Celebrating 175 Years
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Music at St. Peter’s

The St. Peter's ChoirAt St. Peter’s, we believe that making music is a wonderful way to praise God, draw ourselves together in a community, and celebrate the beauty of creation. We sing music from our rich Anglican choral tradition, as well as music from a variety of other cultures.  Our several choirs, our organ, and our concert series keep the church ringing with sound. Come and join us! You will find your place and your voice here with us.

Come Join Us

We welcome children and adults with a wide variety of musical experience.  We gather in a congenial atmosphere of learning and fellowship.  If you are interested in participating in one of our choirs, in our music series or in any other way with the music program at St. Peter’s, please contact us.

The Choirs

Adult Choir is composed of adults and high school students.  We meet at 8:30 AM on Sunday mornings for rehearsal. In addition to Sunday rehearsals, we will gather on other days for special rehearsals for Holy Days and other Festivals.

Treble Choir is composed of elementary school aged students (grades 1-6) and we meet at various times during the year following the 10:00 AM service and Sunday School. Younger children are welcome to participate, and can speak with the Choirmaster for more details.

Our Music Series

We are pleased to announce our 2018-2019 concert series. Concerts in this series are open to the public, however a free-will offering to support the series is greatly appreciated ($5.00). The series is entirely funded by donations and free-will offerings. All concerts are at 4 PM. In this next series of concerts, our guest artists will include:

Concordia Choral Arts
September 23, 2018

Charlie Zahm
October 12, 2018

Providence Chamber Orchestra
November 11, 2018

Chester County Choral Society
March 31, 2019

Trevor Gordon Hall
Trevor Gordon Hall

Rated one of the top 30 guitarists in the world under 30 years of age by Acoustic Guitar magazine, Trevor Gordon Hall is an instrumentalist from Philadelphia whose compositions range in style from edgy driving rhythms to soft melodic phrases. Trevor sets himself apart by leaving no physical aspect of the guitar untouched and weaving together different textures into grand yet intimate and lyrical compositions. Trevor continues to tour playing his custom designed “Kalimbatar” for audiences all over North America, UK, Europe, Asia and South America, including a recent debut at the iconic Carnegie Hall in NYC. With high praise from industry greats including Steve Hackett, Graham Nash, Pat Martino, Tommy Emmanuel and more, Trevor continues to develop his blend of sounds that focus on utilizing the instrument’s fullest creative and compositional potential, guiding listeners through an igniting experience of music that isn’t just heard but felt.”