The music ministry of Trinity is one of the first things people mention when they visit or attend a worship service. Although we are traditional in our approach to worship… music impacts all aspects of our time together… from the gathering of people for the beginning of worship… to providing segues between parts of a service… to providing enjoyable, familiar melodies… music is there encouraging believers, supporting the sermon, praising and worshipping God, and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Worship in our services is enhanced through various musical ensembles that participate each Sunday. If you sing or play an instrument, we would love to have you join us. Your musical talents, either vocal or the ability to play a musical instrument would be greatly appreciated and could be used to enhance our music ministry. To learn more about our music ministry or volunteer your services, we invite you to talk with our Director of Music, Mrs. Carol Hollich (phone: 838-2812 or email: CarolHollich@comcast.net ).
Senior Choir ... rehearsals are on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. We rehearse the anthems for the following 6 weeks and end practice at 8:300. We lead the 9:15 a.m. congregational worship on each Sunday from the middle of September until the middle of June.
Kids Praise ... All kids from K to 6th grades are invited to practice each Sunday, beginning in September, following Worship at 10:15 a.m. They will begin in September for special Music through November.
Praise Choir ... rehearses on Wednesday evenings at 7:00, and is open to youth from 7th grade or higher and energetic adults who like to sing upbeat, peppy praise music. They sing from October to May.
Instrumentalists ... in addition to adding to worship with solo pieces, they often accompany the Praise and Senior Choirs as determined by a musical selection and the theme of the service.
Soloists, like the choir, have an obligation to lead the congregation in worship, directing thoughts toward God, and building up the body of Christ. We try to encourage our solo performers to choose music to ensure that his or her offering is a meaningful addition to worship.
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