Composed mainly of volunteers from the congregation, Trinity's choir sings a variety of sacred music from contemporary to classical format in order to enhance the Sunday morning worship experience. We meet for rehearsals Wednesday evenings from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. from September through June. Our members have varying musical backgrounds, but all of us have in common a love of music and a love of a good time. Under the able direction of our choir director Cristy Lynn Brown, the members eagerly anticipate a new season each September. We welcome anyone with a love of singing and a desire for good fellowship to join our choir. The choir sings three out of four Sundays each month.
Besides traditional hymns and select anthems sung by our choir, Trinity also enjoys a variety of special music provided by our talented members throughout the year. We've enjoyed solos, duets, trios, and quartets using instruments such as guitar, flute, saxophone, harmonica, hammered dulcimer, djembe, organ, and handbells.
Once a month, we have "string-led" congregational singing provided by the Trinity Ensemble. In addition to piano, the congregational singing is accompanied by church musicians who play various instruments including guitar, autoharp, Irish flute, hammered dulcimer, banjo, ukulele, percussion, and drums. Trinity Presbyterian Church uses the most recent Presbyterian hymnal, "Glory to God," published in 2013.
Music at Trinity is always a treat. You never know just what you'll hear, but you always know it will enhance your worship experience.
The String-led ensemble rehearsing for the Palm Sunday processional, "When the Saints Go Marching In."