St. Paul's Epsicopal Church | Maumee, OH



Share Your Musical Talents
St. Paul’s offers a variety of opportunities for parishioners to become involved in music.  There are two choirs that allow all ages to participate in choral singing in a variety of musical styles from September through May. Opportunities to dance and share instrumental talents abound.


The Adult Choir is a welcoming group of adults who practice weekly and sing twice a month.  Rehearsals are held on Sundays at 11:45AM. They also sing for additional services during the year, including Maundy Thursday and  Christmas Eve.  An annual Talent Show, sponsored by the choir, is always an entertaining and fun event for parishioners and guests.  Participating in the choir is a wonderful way to develop singing skills, to express your faith, and to develop long lasting friendships.


Our youngest members, age preschool through 1st grade, begin Sundays twice a month in Children’s Chapel during the 10:00 service. Time is set aside during Children’s Chapel for the children to sing, dance and move. One Sunday of the month we ask our young members to share these songs during the offertory. The children enjoy the opportunity to sing interactive songs to God’s glory, as much as the congregation enjoys hearing them.


We encourage our musically talented parishioners to share their gifts to the glory of God and with the congregation, through instrumental and vocal performances during Sunday worship, as well as for other special occasions and services. Children and older students are especially valued, as we follow and encourage their musical development.


A group of children and adults perform once a month using a set of Schulmerich hand chimes.  This is a fun way to be involved in the music program at St. Paul’s regardless of musical experience. 


Our parish children are encouraged to express their faith through dance on special occasions during the liturgical year.  This might include a palm-waving entrance on Palm Sunday, or a dance of joy celebrating the new born King on Christmas. 


The Muller Pipe Organ Company rebuilt our 17 rank pipe organ in 1965, using Shantz pipework.  Esthetic improvements were completed in 2011.  We look forward to a rebuild of our two manual instrument planned for 2018.  The pipe organ adds aural color to the service, supporting both gentle prayerful worship, as well as profound rejoicing.

Our bell tower, located east of the sanctuary, contains a 25 note original Deagan Tubular Chime system dating back to 1938.  There are now less than 500 of these beautiful and high quality tubular chimes still functioning throughout the United States and Europe.  The chimes are played each Sunday as a call to worship, and are often utilized for special occasions. 











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