Music

The music program at Trinity seeks to engage the gifts of the congregation in exploring the Anglican music tradition for a changing world, such that all worship – a thoughtfully planned work of the people, ministering to and binding all generations – promotes maturity of spirit to the glory of God and the building of the Church.

Congregational Song

The primary music ensemble at Trinity is the congregation, gathered and singing together, in worship.

Trinity Choir

The Trinity Choir assists in leading worship nearly every Sunday from Labor Day through May, as well as other special services. Our choral repertoire ranges from chant and early Renaissance to the present day. The Choir is open to all, high school-age and older.

Rehearsals: Wednesdays, 7:15–9:00pm; and Sunday warm-up, 9:15–10:00am

Trinity Handbells

The Trinity Handbells rehearse from September through Trinity Sunday, and ring in worship about once a month, as well as for special services. The Handbells present instrumental musical offerings, and also enhance congregational song in worship. The ensemble is open to anyone high school-age and older; no experience required, though some music-reading skill is helpful.

Rehearsals: Tuesdays, 7:00-8:00pm

Trinity Play Children's Choir

The Children’s Choir consists of the PreK-4 children of Trinity Play, and sings periodically in worship throughout the program year.

Rehearsals: Sundays, 9:00-9:15am

Instrumentalists

Instrumentalists play an important role in Trinity’s music program. Anyone who plays a band or orchestra instrument is welcome to form informal groups or play as soloists during services. Instrumentalists commonly participate in Taizé-style songs on Sundays and occasionally help lead other music.

Performing at Trinity

If you would like to hold a concert or recital at Trinity, please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to ask for details. 

Trinity’s Hendrickson Pipe Organ

Trinity inaugurated its new Hendrickson pipe organ in February 2011 after years of preparation and fundraising. Built by the Hendrickson Organ Company of St. Peter, Minnesota, the mahogany pipes were made in Europe, and the case is crafted from locally-sourced oak trees harvested from the corridor of U.S. Highway 212.

More information at: pipeorgan.com.