All Saints’ Riverside is a congregation that values the power of music to worship God. We are called as a people to play our instruments skillfully and to lift our voices in praise.
The Sanctuary Choir
This volunteer group of singers leads the congregation at the 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning Eucharist from September to June. Typically, the Sanctuary choir offers up an offertory anthem as well as anthems and hymns during Communion. There are ample opportunities for solo, duet, and small group offerings as well. Periodically, the choir will offer special programs such as the annual Advent Service of Lessons and Carols or Choral Evensong. The Sanctuary Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
This volunteer group of devoted handbell ringers meet, currently is on hiatus. Hopeful to be returning soon.
They offer selections for handbell choir occasionally, especially on prominent feast days such as Christmas Eve, Easter, and Pentecost. All abilities from beginners to seasoned ringers are welcome.
The Moller Pipe Organ
Built in 1964, our 13-rank pipe organ serves the worship and other musical needs of the congregation. Its construction is Neo-Baroque which is especially suited for congregational singing as well as for the performance of works by Bach, Buxtehude and other German Baroque masters.
A Conversation with Abraham Fabella
Choir Master, Music Director and Organist Abraham Fabella speaks about the relationship of music to worship and spirituality.