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Music is a central part of worship and invites us to ground ourselves in experiencing the Holy Spirit. The power of music helps us share ourselves and our talents as we worship God and build community. Whatever we play, however we sing, all are welcome to make music with one of Trinity's many vocal or instrumental groups. Join in and find your voice!


Learn as you go and sing as you feel comfortable. Worship features a blended music style and practices rooted in the Lutheran church’s historical and liturgical traditions. The worship team is ready to support and uplift all levels of talent and skill, all to help the Trinity community connect deeper to the Divine during weekly Sunday gatherings. 


Worship Band

Add your voice to the worship band or play an instrument to contribute to our more innovative worship songs and styles. 


Group Singing

Trinity’s primary mission for choral singing is regular worship through leading congregational songs and providing choral music during the service as a medium of prayer, praise, and reflection. We sing together for spiritual enrichment and to encourage communion between God and our congregation. Find your voice with us in group singing opportunities, including adult singing, intergenerational singing, and youth singing groups. 



Handbells bring a peaceful and meditative presence to worship. Handbell ensembles rehearse regularly and play in worship.



Play an instrument? Whether you’re well-practiced or just learning, we welcome opportunities for you to share your talents in our weekly gatherings. Play a solo, organize a trio, help lead hymns, or work with our Minister of Music & Worship and Music. 



Small in number, big in sound, the Trinity Brass rehearses often and plays in worship for major celebrations and special worship services throughout the year.



Have a question about any of Trinity's Music programs? Email or call David Horton, Minister of Worship & Music. He is happy to answer any questions and welcome you to our music community!

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