St. Paul’s Cathedral has had a choir for most of its almost 190 year history. Currently it is a fully-auditioned, professional adult choir with a two-fold responsibility – to lead the music and worship at the liturgies held at the cathedral throughout the year, and secondly to lead the family of the Diocese of Huron when they are gathered for annual Synod and for Ordinations. The choir’s Mission Statement may be found here.
The choir is fortunate to be able to work in close collaboration with leading organists, instrumentalists and other musicians in the region.
St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir is grateful for continuing support provided by the A.E.J. Fulford Trust, administered by The Anglican Foundation of Canada, towards the costs of the choir's touring and outreach programmes, the latter of which sees the choir visiting parishes of the diocese each year to sing Choral Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer.