St. Augustine once said, “He who sings prays twice.” Trinity’s congregation likes to sing! Our music is a wonderful reflection of who we are as a church, celebrating our roots in both the Episcopal Church and the African American community.
Our music is diverse, spanning the centuries and the globe. Our music is participatory, as we sing, listen, play and pray together. The Trinity Choir helps to enrich our worship from early September through Trinity Sunday each year. In addition, we have many instrumentalists and special events throughout the year.
All who enjoy singing or playing -- even if you are not a member of Trinity -- are invited to participate in any of our choirs or ensembles.
Sundays, 9 to 10:15 am (September through May)
We welcome all who love to sing with open arms! The Trinity Choir leads the congregation in singing and sings for special services and community events.
All ages, on select Sundays, 4 to 4:45 pm
The Children's/Youth Choir learns songs from around the world, with a focus on nurturing spirituality and community through singing. We also play drums, learn about music and have a great time together.
Drum Circle/Drum Guild
Drumming is an important part of our musical life. We host occasional drum circles, and Trinity drummers of all ages play during worship. We even make our own instruments from materials grown in our garden.
Do you play an instrument? We love incorporating many instruments to augment the sound of our worship.
Interested in learning more?
Contact Daniel Brinson, minister of music, at [email protected].