Choir and Choral Scholars 2024

St. Paul’s Choir is an enthusiastic group of musicians who glorify God with their music each Sunday at the 10:00 service and Holy Days. The group consists of members under the direction of Father Ed Erb, who also is the organist and pianist.  The choir assists the congregation with the responses at the “sung” liturgical services.

For the past several years St. Paul’s has welcomed four Choral Scholars and a Choirmaster Intern who enhance St. Paul’s Choir for Holy Days and special events, such as the Dickens of a Christmas Victorian Evensong.

If you can make a joyful sound and would like to glorify God with music, St. Paul’s Choir would welcome you!


The St. Paul’s organ is a 1902 Hutchings-Votey (Boston, MA) – 2 manuals and pedal of 12 ranks.  The M. P. Moller Co. (of Hagerstown MD) added a new console in 1940. (see organ specs below)


St. Paul’s hosts 3 pianos – a Baldwin baby grand, a Yamaha concert upright and a Sohmer console piano.

A 2-octave set of Malmark handchimes was recently donated in memory of Kathy Eaton Leonard.

The acoustics in St. Paul’s Nave provides a welcome space for a number of local musical groups, including an annual Messiah-Sing.