Choirs for All Ages
Music is vital to our worship at Grace and St. Stephen’s. We strive for the highest quality in liturgy and music, seeking to touch the heart and renew the spirit. Choir, organ and other instruments enhance prayer and singing, offering something apart from everyday life. An updated list of service music can be found here.
We are currently seeking a full time organist and choirmaster who will maintain and continue our excellent music program -- one of the largest in the Diocese of Colorado. For information on the position and application process please click here for a downloadable file with the details.
Please contact Scott Christiansen, acting organist and choirmaster at (719) 328-1125, ext 306 or by email
The Taylor Choir is the foundation of our music program. The repertoire draws heavily from the Anglican tradition, while including many other style periods. The choir sings each Sunday for the 10:30 am service of Holy Eucharist and for special services and concerts throughout the year. The Taylor Choir rehearses on Thursday evenings at 7 pm (Sept.-May) and between services during the summer. sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Nicholas Children's Choir
The St. Nicholas Children’s Choir is open to all children in 2nd to 6th grade. Many of the choristers participate in the Royal School of Church Music in England, getting instruction in music theory, vocal skills and sight singing. The St. Nicholas Choir rehearses on Wednesday from 4:30 to 5:30 pm, September through May. The optional music training program is offered from 3:45 to 4:25 pm, October through May, for choristers 3rd grade and above. Contact: Deke Polifka
Grace Notes Handbell Choir
These talented hand bell players, ages 14 and older, ring four octaves of bells and three octaves of choir chimes. A part of the musical program at Grace and St. Stephen’s since 2003, the Grace Notes ensemble performs a variety of quality handbell music on a seasonal basis. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays from 7:15 to 8:45 pm, September through May. Contact: Laurie Cox