Music outreach is an important part of our music ministry at St. Pauls. On December 21, 2015 our Children's and Youth Praise Choirs performed for patients and medical personnel at St. John's Hospital in Nassau Bay, TX.
We are happy and blessed to announce that Kathy Corbett joined our parish family October 26, as St. Paul’s new Director of Music Ministry. Kathy has led the Music Ministry program of St. Theresa’s Catholic Church in Memorial Park, including involvement and assistance with the Spanish choir. She relocated to the Clear Lake area and attended various Masses on different weekends to experience our worship and music. As has become a treasured practice in our parish family and among our many Volunteers, much recognition and appreciation goes to the members of our choir groups who have continued to carry our program during this transition time.
St. Paul’s Music Ministry welcomes YOU!
Cradle Catholic? Returning Catholic? New to the area?
Married? Single? Divorced? Looking for a spiritual home?
Searching for God?
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Adult Choir: SATB adult choir-quality music, diverse styles
Spanish Choir: sings Sunday noon
Instrumentalists: high school and adult, orchestral and contemporary
Small Groups: by audition-advanced-sing at various Masses
Youth Praise: grades 6 through 12
Children’s Choir: grades 1-5
Little Angels: age 4 and 5
Sound Ministry: high school through adult.
Configure and mix sound for Mass and/or events
Visual Arts: high school through adult
Designs and provides lyrics projection and video for events
Our adult SATB choir is accepting new members for the fall 2016 season, which runs from August through Christmas 2016. If you love the Lord, love singing choral music (or playing an instrument) in a variety of musical styles and love to sing, learn, have fun and worship with like-minded vocalists and musicians you will love our welcoming group. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings; we sing on select weekend Masses and at special events.
“Music acts like a magic key, to which the most tightly closed heart opens.”
Maria Augusta von Trapp