Organist: Jane Weber
Jane Weber is a life-long member of St. Paul’s, and currently serves as organist. She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati in organ performance, but also plays piano, flute, guitar and sings, and works often as an accompanist for local musicians. Since her retirement from Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital, she has continued to serve as a volunteer and advocate within the mental health system. Jane also operates a garden grooming business, and leads volunteer efforts for the church’s Eden’s Bounty Garden that provides produce for the church’s on-site food pantry.
Music Ministry Blog
The St. Paul’s community is proud to announce that Ben Martz, son of Kristine and Jerry Martz, is the winner of the 2019 University of Toledo Concerto/Aria Competition, high school division.
Congratulations to Brad, who recently received two awards from the Press Club of Toledo!
All are invited to participate in music ministries, including adult choir, intermediate chimes choir, and many other opportunities.
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Jane shares where she has experience the Holy Spirit in her life. Where have you seen evidence of God?
Today is a day of celebration. It’s Veteran’s Day, the day we honor those who fought for our country to preserve and protect our rights. It’s the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI, which lends an even greater significance to the Holiday today. It’s also a day of...
The organ is back! Come and hear Jane show off its features!
Do you know how old the organ is, or how many ranks it is? Read more to find out!
Here is the June Update on the organ remodel. Vestry has authorized the contract for HVAC. We were anticipating $50,000 to $60,000. We brought the price down to $37,000. The original plan called for HVAC (heat, ventilation, & air conditioning) in an isolated...
The vestry has authorized the contract for the organ rebuild. Work will begin this Spring after Easter Sunday. The work will be done by Muller Pipe Organ Company, who has always been responsible for tuning and maintenance. Why are we rebuilding the organ? We...