Choral Offerings
The Choir at Westminster sings every Sunday and at special services throughout the year, except during the summer. The choir sings a wide variety of choral music, ranging from baroque, classical and English-[style anthems all the way to spirituals and traditional gospel.  Choir rehearsal is at 7:30 every Thursday night. You are always welcome to join us!                    -Tom



Anthem Schedule

Epiphany through Easter VI (2020)


January 5, 2020  (Epiphany Observance)
Randall Thompson:  Choose Something Like A Star
Felix Mendelssohn:  There Shall A Star Come Forth


January 12  (The Baptism of Our Lord)
William H. Harris:  Behold the Tabernacle of God
Henry Purcell:  Thou Knowest Lord


January 19 (The Second Sunday after Epiphany)
Felix Mendelssohn:  I Waited for the Lord


January 26 (The Third Sunday after Epiphany)
John Weaver:  Star Carol


February 2  (The Fourth Sunday after Epiphany)
Giuseppe Pitoni:  Cantate Domino
Johann Frederich Peter:  It Is A Precious Thing


February 9 (The Fifth Sunday after Epiphany)
W.A. Mozart  (attributed to):  Gloria from the Twelfth Mass


February 16 (The Sixth Sunday after Epiphany)
Leo Sowerby:  Now There Lightens Upon Us A Holy Daybreak


February 23  (The Feast of the Transfiguration)
Everett Titcomb:  Te Deum in E-flat
Leo Nestor:  Strengthen for Service


February 26  (Ash Wednesday)
Francis Jackson:  Blow Ye the Trumpet in Zion
Luigi Cherubini:  Graduale (from Requiem in C minor)


March 1  (The First Sunday in Lent)
John Ireland:  Greater Love Hath No Man
Luigi Cherubini:  Introit and Kyrie (from Requiem in C minor)


March 8  (The Second Sunday in Lent)
Leo Sowerby:  I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes
Luigi Cherubini:  Offertorium  (from Requiem in C minor)


March 15  (The Third Sunday in Lent)
Anthony Piccolo:  O Come Let Us Sing
Luigi Cherubini:  Hostias  (from Requiem in C minor)


March 22 (The Fourth Sunday in Lent)
John Rutter:  Psalm 23
Luigi Cherubini:  Pie Jesu (from Requiem in C minor)


March 29  (The Fifth Sunday in Lent)
Igor Stravinsky:  Pater Noster
Luigi Cherubini:  Agnus Dei (from Requiem in C minor)


April 5  (Palm Sunday)
Hubert H. Parry: I Was Glad
Luigi Cherubini:  Sanctus  (from Requiem in C minor)


April 9  (Maundy Thursday)
Carlos Chavez:  Tree of Sorrow  (1176)
Gabriel Faure:  Cantique de Jean Racine
                  Following service:  Requiem in C minor (complete)  Luigi Cherubini


April 12 (Easter)
Harold Friedell:  This Is the Day
Vaughan Williams: I Got Me Flowers


April 19  (The Second Sunday of Easter)
Edward C. Bairstow:  The Day Draws On with Golden Light


April 26 (The Third Sunday of Easter)
Henry G. Ley:  The Strife is O’er
W.A. Mozart:  Ave Verum


May 3 (The Fourth Sunday of Easter)
Samuel S. Wesley:  Lead Me Lord
Edward Elgar:  Ave Verum


May 10 (The Fifth Sunday of Easter)
William Mathias:  As Truly As God Is Our Father
Luigi Cherubini:  Pie Jesu


May 17  (The Sixth Sunday of Easter)
Thomas Tallis:  If Ye Love Me
Luigi Cherubini:  Gradulale


Thanks for visiting our site.
Tom Clark-Jones, choirmaster


Westminster Church of Peoria
The Rev. Denise M. Clark-Jones, B.A., M.S., M.Div., Pastor
Thomas Clark-Jones, Mus.B., M.A., Organist-Choirmaster

Anthems listed are sung at the ten o’clock service each Sunday.
Visitors and guests are always welcome.

The Westminster Pipe Organ
built by Visser-Rowland, Houston, TX.  1989   (III/42)
maintained exclusively by John-Paul Buzard Organ Builders, Champaign, IL