The Music Program


St. John's Music program is very blessed with a strong musical tradition, excellent resident musicians, a magnificent and expansive pipe organ, and spectacular acoustic space. We celebrate the centuries-old tradition of Anglican Music, providing support to our liturgy and celebrating the gifts of the spirit. Our music ranges from Renaissance masterpieces to the premieres of new works, composed especially for our ensembles. Our musical ensembles include the St. John's Choir, the Compline Choir, the Evensong singers, and the Healing Harps ensemble.

The Music Program is under the direction of  Thomas Edward Morgan, Music Director, assisted by Dr. Joyce Kull, Principal Organist, and R. Anthony Lee, Assistant Organist.

In addition to an active program supporting worship, the Music Program hosts many recitals, concerts and programs throughout the year, ranging from benefit concerts for Haiti and Cuba, performances by local ensembles such as the Ars Nova Singers, Early Music Colorado, the Renaissance Project, the annual Messiah Sing-Along, various ensembles from regional high schools and universities, organ recitals, and workshops by the Estill Voice Institute.

The St. John's Choir


Music is inextricably woven into the liturgy of St. John's Episcopal Church, and the St. John’s Choir is the center of our music program, celebrating the centuries-old tradition of Anglican music. The choir is made up of auditioned volunteer singers under the direction of Thomas Edward Morgan.  The ensemble rehearses one Wednesday evening each month, as well as at 8:30am on Sunday mornings. In addition to leading the music at the 9:30am service, the choir presents special services throughout the year, including funeral and memorial services, Holy Week, Easter, and Christmas Eve.

If you are interested in auditioning for the choir, please contact Music Director Thomas Edward Morgan.