Music

 
 
 

Trinity Church’s music slate is full and varied.

Trinity Church’s music slate is full and varied running the gamut from Gregorian chant to Contemporary and about every other church musical style in between. The music augments the spiritual experience for the worshipers, bringing the beauty of music into many of the services.

Trinity Festival Choir

The full Trinity Festival Choir sings at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service during fall, winter and spring months. Summer has a number of talented musicians performing during the summer months. In the past, they have included solos and combos with instruments that have included flute, trombone, French horn, violin (including fiddling), mandolin, guitar, and Native American flute.

Laukoff Pipe Organ

The church’s resonant Laukoff Pipe Organ has 854 pipes divided into 18 ranks and provides music for the 9:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sunday services.

Compline Choir

One of the Compline choirs chants once a month, normally on the first Sunday at 7:00 p.m. Please consult the church calendar for exact dates.