Music

header-music-grMusic is an important part of the fabric of life at  St. Thomas’. Liturgical music ranges from Gregorian chant to compositions from the present day. Classics from the Anglo-American cathedral tradition and music from Continental Europe form the backbone of the choir’s repertory and provide the perfect accompaniment to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer liturgies. We welcome guest artists from St. Thomas’ School and from the community both to assist us in worship and, from time to time, to perform in concert. We have growing parish and children’s choirs. Our church houses a superb Schoenstein organ, and our bell tower has a ring of 8 English bells for change-ringing.

Please contact Dr. Giles Brightwell,  organist/choirmaster, for more information.

Moseley Memorial Music Series

Moseley Memorial Music Series

Celebrating Music. Serving Community. The Moseley Memorial Music Series is an outreach from St. Thomas' Episcopal Church to our community, remembering our first Organist and Choirmaster, John Moseley. We hope to enrich the cultural experiences of our...
The Parish Choir

The Parish Choir

Liturgical music at St Thomas’ Episcopal Church ranges from Gregorian chant to compositions from the present day. Classics from the Anglo-American cathedral tradition and music from Continental Europe form the backbone of the choir’s repertory and pro...
The Organs

The Organs

The organs at St Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Houston were built by the San Francisco firm of organ builders, Schoenstein & Co . They replaced the original Allen digital organ installed in 1972. Initially a six-rank, two-manual and pedal, extension o...
Moseley Music Fund

Moseley Music Fund

Gifts to to John Moseley Ministry of Music Fund make it possible for us offer a greater variety of music than might otherwise be financially possible. We are blessed with an outstanding pipe organ, but there are many opportunities to augment our ...
Change Ringers

Change Ringers

A unique hobby, a minor physical challenge, a glorious noise—you will find it a great way to meet interesting people and stimulate your mind and body, all while serving the church and reminding the neighborhood of our presence. Learning “the Exercise” is wi...