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Ministries: Music

Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth. Serve the Lord with gladness; come into his presence with singing. [Psalm 100:1,2]

Music is very important at St. Christopher's. There is a wide range of opportunities to become involved both as a performer and to enjoy the gifts of our members.


The choir is an active part of the service from September through the end of May. We rehearse on Wednesdays from 4:30 – 6:00 pm, and we welcome all who wish to sing with us. Each of us is called upon to actively participate in our service music and hymns through vibrant singing as a worshiping community. The music of our Christian tradition is a vital part of our Eucharist and other services. Participation in the song of the assembly is an important way to express  prayer and praise during our liturgy.

Contact: Don Palm

Individual Performers

Members with particular musical talent and interest assist with the musical leadership of the  choir as a member or instrumentalist. The choir is a significant element of our music ministry, singing at the 9am Sunday service as well as for special services. We strive to present choral music that both expresses our praise of the Lord and contributes to the prayerful atmosphere of our services.


Christopher Singers

In 1988, twelve members of St. Christopher’s started a sing-a-long ministry to care centers and assisted living facilities. This is, and has been, a fun time for the residents and us as well as a rewarding time for us. These outings are usually from October through April, and occasionally we do a sing-a-long at St. Christopher’s as well. If you like to sing the “oldies” and would like to join us we would love to have you. Some of our singers don’t sing; they help the residents find the songs on the song sheets. All are welcome.



Recitals / Concerts - We promote concerts from time to time.


Piano & Cello Recitals - given by Killy Balabanis and June Locke

Harte Hall was blessed to provide an afternoon concert featuring Cellist Achilles (Killy) Balabanis, former principal cellist for the Spokane Symphony, and Pianist June Locke. Nearly 80 lovers of music came to enjoy the music and to engage in fellowsip at the reception that followed.

Usually the following groups perform at here twice a year:


Several members of St. Christophers are part of this women's chorale of the west valley. Each year, generally in Spring and Fall, St. Christopher’s hosts a Sunday afternoon concert comprised of both sacred and secular choral music. Free-will offerings are gratefully received and a tax deductible receipt issued upon request.


An adult amateur ensemble, this band has a focus on education and entertainment. All concerts are free.  They ask that you bring a 'tin for the bin’ in support of Valley View Food Bank when you attend our concerts.  Free-will offerings are gratefully received and a tax deductible receipt issued upon request.

Sonoran Sounds
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