Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, any in-person activities or worship will be conducted with strict adherence to social distancing guidelines, making use of federal, state and local best practices. It is advised to call ahead about the schedule of any activities you are planning to attend at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
 

MUSIC

Music at Worship and More

Music is integral to our worship. St. Paul’s has a Chancel Choir, a Gospel Choir, a Handbell Choir, and, of course, many opportunities for congregational singing during our 10:00 AM service.

St. Paul’s also invites artists to perform occasionally at downtown Flint’s monthly Art Walk.

Music in the Heart of the City

This exciting program carries on St. Paul’s tradition of excellence in diverse musical offerings in downtown Flint. Our distinguished Artist in Residence is Dr. Carl Angelo.

Admission: $10 for adults; $5 for students; all University of Michigan and Mott Community College students receive free admission with I.D. Social distancing and masks are required for all concerts.

2020 – 2021 Music in the Heart of City Season Schedule

OPERA ARIAS FOR BASS
Daniel Ewert & Joseph Baunoch
September 27, 2020 – 4:00 PM


SOPRANO & FLUTE IN SONG
Townes Osborn Miller, Brittnee Siemon, Carl Angelo
October 25, 2020 – 4:00 PM


BEAUTIFUL PIANO MUSIC
Tyler Kivel
Janurary 24, 2021 – 4:00 PM


WOODWIND TRIO
Carl Angelo, Lindabeth Binkley, MaryBeth Minnis
February 21, 20212 – 4:00 PM


THE DALTON MEMORIAL ORGAN
Carl Angelo
March 21, 2021 – 4:00 PM


THE DALTON MEMORIAL ORGAN

Our current organ is the third organ built for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and was completed in 2018. This organ was built by Jerroll Adams of Milan Michigan, where he expanded and used the best of the pipe work from the second organ completed in 1940. The instrument contains eight divisions, 71 registers, 88 ranks and over 5,000 pipes. The pipes are housed in three functional cases plus an echo division in the rear gallery. The organ has a four manual console and a small two manual mini console in the gallery.

The organ was named after Florence Whiting Dalton, born to James H. Whiting and Alice M. Northup. Alice died on December 30, 1940 and her family generously gifted the church with funds for the second organ. Today’s organ pays tribute to the generous gift of her family, by continuing to be called the Dalton Memorial Organ.