While churches have been forced to close and limit numbers over the past few months, this has not stopped St Jude's from bringing some amazing music to the community.
Since the early 2000s, the St Jude's music association has organised midweek recitals held at the church.
With the COVID outbreak, they have had to suspend the live recitals.
But rather than take a break, the association has adapted and brought the music to people's homes through virtual midweek recitals.
With St Jude's having an impressive organ, organist Allan Beavis said it began mainly as organ recitals but had diversified over the years.
"For people who enjoy performing, we give them an opportunity to perform," he said.
"We try to make sure we have good quality."
Some of the recent recitals have included Cedar-Rose Newman and Hamish Wagstaff.
The next recital will be James Flores, from Aulbury.
While many performers come from out of the area, Mr Beavis said he was always looking for talent from within the Southern Highlands to showcase.
"If I can find someone local that's talented, I try and get them involved."
Mr Beavis said some local musicians were currently working on a program to perform at a midweek recital later this year.
"We've got a very fine organ and we've got these resources so we can use them for the community," Mr Beavis said.
"I've had feedback from people who have said they enjoy the online performances. So I know people are watching them."
The association is also waiting for a new and bigger console for the organ which is being built in England at the moment.
They also plan to expand the organ with more pipes.
And while the online recitals will continue for now, Mr Beavis said they planned to open the church up for a live recital later this month.
On July 22, pianist Luke Bowen will perform live at St Jude's with the church able to hold between 40 and 50 people.
The performance will still be filmed.
Visit http://www.stjudesmusicassociation.com/ to find out more about the St Jude's music association.
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