The aim of Saint Peter’s music ministry is to draw us close to God through the special power of music to open our hearts to God’s presence.

Our worship services always include song and instrumental music carefully chosen to complement the liturgical season and lectionary readings for the day. The Saint Peter’s choir sings a broad repertoire ranging from Renaissance polyphony to contemporary compositions. Special choral and instrumental music is performed on Holy Days and during the seasons of Lent and Advent, such as the Lessons & Carols service of the Christmas season.

 

Marissa Hall, Director of Music
Marissa Hall earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Sacred Music from Florida State University and her Master’s Degree in Sacred Music from Boston University. She has studied organ with Michael Corzine, Iain Quinn, and  Peter Sykes. Marissa is passionate about children’s music, hymnody, and diversity in music, and serves on the board of directors for the Royal School of Church Music in America (RSCMA). She also serves as Music and Worship Administrator at Trinity Church in Copley Square.

 

Anyone who loves to sing is welcome to join the choir. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the work of the choir has shifted to virtual participation. If you are interested in singing in the “Saint Peter’s Virtual Choir” or are interested in joining a weekly Zoom session to rehearse and learn about the music we are making from home, please contact Marissa Hall at music@saintpeterscambridge.org.