Performance Info & Tickets FAQ


Q: What type of seating do you have for performances?

A: Most St. Luke's UMC Music Events are "festival seating" (unassigned seating). "Doors Open" times are when Sanctuary doors are opened for audience to access the Sanctuary. Audience arriving prior to "Doors Open" time gathers in the Narthex.

Q: Where do I get tickets?

A: Tickets for ticketed events are available through the church website for certain events, through the Administrative offices, and often from a sales table in the West Passage on Sunday morning.

Q: Do you have a Will Call?

A: Yes. Pre-paid tickets can be held at the Music Department office in the days prior to the event, and will be available at a Ticket Will-Call at the event. Unpaid tickets will not be held. Any unsold tickets are customarily available on the day of the event at the box office.

Q: Who do I contact for more specific information?

A: Information about and questions in regard to ticket sales and events are available through the church event phone line 846-3404 (ext.480), or the Music Department Office 846-3404 (ext.338).


Q: What type of organ do you have in the Sanctuary?

A: It is a Goulding & Wood Pipe organ (1999) 80 ranks, 4 manuals, 99 levels of digital memory, MIDI capacity, 4,300 pipes. Three divisions located in the Sanctuary chancel (great division at the center aisle), antiphonal division located in the east balcony, and Trompette en Chamade located above the north balcony.

Q: What type of organ do you have in Robertson Chapel?

A: Robertson Chapel Wicks Pipe organ (1967) 23 ranks, 3 manuals. Two divisions under expression located behind the choirloft, the Great division is mounted on the west chancel wall with exposed pipework.

Q: What type of bells do your Handbell Choirs use?

A: St. Luke's UMC Handbell Choirs utilize Malmark handbells (6.5 octave & 3 octave sets) and choir chimes (5 octave set).


Q: What can you tell me about your ensembles?

A: St. Luke's UMC is home to a variety of vocal and instrumental ensembles, comprised of musicians of wide-ranging ages, musical experience and ability. Uniformly, these ensembles celebrate the nurturing and growth in ability, and utilizing such ability and musical/spiritual community in ministry to be a blessing to others.