for Music and Liturgy
Madison MacGregor (she/her) is an alumna of McGill University where she earned a bachelor of arts in music with a psychology minor. She has been active as a member and leader in church community her whole life, originally in the Episcopal Church in the US and with St. Martha's Chapel and Christ Church Cathedral while in Montréal.
As a musician, Madison is talented across genres. She was a member of the Schulich Singers and Soultice a Capella while a university student. She has directed musicals, has worked as voice teacher, and plays both guitar and piano.
As a leader in the church, Madison has worked at the Bishop's Ranch, an Episcopal Church camp in California, and has been assistant chaplain at United Spirit Camp, the United Church camp in Québec. She is also co-youth group leader at Christ Church Cathedral.
Combining her love of music and her leadership in church community, she has led worship in song, and preaching, from church campfires to cathedrals, in both English and French.
Madison believes music is a way to physically connect with what is sometimes the intangible presence of God. "A huge music nerd," in her own words she is excited about how St. Martha's Chapel worship service with Christ Church Cathedral combines genres like folk, hymns, Christian rock, and chant. She welcomes the diverse talents and tastes of our community, and is eager to get to know what music students love to hear and would love to help make.
In coronavirus lockdown you would find, if visiting one another were allowed, her practicing piano, singing madrigals around the dinner table with her roommates and voraciously reading any YA fiction she can get her hands on.