Music Ministry

The trumpeters and musicians joined in unison to give praise and thanks to the Lord. Accompanied by trumpets, cymbals, and other instruments, the singers raised their voices in praise to the Lord and sang: ‘He is good; his love endures forever.’
—II Chronicles 5:13

I will declare your name to my brothers and sisters; in the assembly, I will sing your praises.
— Psalm 22:22

Music is integral to the public and corporate worship of God. It is part of our stewardship of our gifts from him—our time, our talent, and our money.


Lenten Discipline

I invite you to join us upstairs at any of the three English traditional Masses - Vigil, 8:30am, and 11:00am - to help lead our fellow parishioners in lifting up our hearts and voices. This could be part of your Lenten discipline and would begin the first Sunday of Lent.

What does it take? Well, it would be helpful if you can carry a tune. We would only expect you to sing the melody on the hymns and the liturgical music - Responsorial, Gospel Acclamation, Marian antiphon, and mass setting. The cantors and choirs will do the rest.

We would expect you to join the choir rehearsal just before mass to go over the music, particularly any hymns that are not very familiar.

  • 4:15pm Saturday for the Vigil Mass
  • 7:45am for the Sunday 8:30 am mass
  • 10:15am for the Sunday 11:00 am mass

As a preview, the hymns for Lent I are:

  • Again We Keep this Solemn Fast
  • Forty Days and Forty Nights
  • O Lord Jesus, I Adore Thee
  • Parce Domine

Other opportunities

If interested in our Spanish choir. For more information please contact Josaphat at 803-439-3999.

And the Sunday 5:00pm Mass is recruiting, please contact Aaron Dixon at