Music can touch and heal us. It can stir our being, our soul, and our emotion toward the praise of God and inspire us in worship. It is our great privilege to sing God’s praise through music both old and new. Our musical repertory spans several centuries, from early plainsong chant, right through to music composed today.
“Make a joyful noise unto God, all ye lands; sing forth the honor of His name; make his praise glorious” - Psalm 66
On a typical Sunday at Trinity, our musical choices might include music from the great Anglican choral tradition, an anthem by one of the classic European composers of sacred music, such as Bach, Handel, Bruckner, Mendelssohn, Brahms, or Mozart, a hymn from the 11th century, a song from Africa, a contemporary religious song, or gospel music.
We rejoice in the broad and rich offerings that we are able to provide and experience in our worship life at Trinity. The music sung at our liturgies, whether from the pew or the choir, aims to draw us all into a more profound experience with God. We are dedicated to uniting, through our music, our lives and spirits to one another in Christ.
There is something here for you!
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After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.
Love to sing but can’t commit to a yearlong, weekly choir practice and Sunday morning service?
Please come and join us for 8-10 weeks for Lessons and Carols in the fall and/or Choral Evensong in the winter.
Singers and instrumentalists of all kinds are welcome to be a part of the music family at Trinity!