"When in our music God is glorified..."
Members of the Trinity Choirs at Salisbury Cathedral in 2008.
As Episcopalians we have inherited the broadest collection of music in Christianity. Here at Trinity you will only find the Hymnal 1982 in the pews, but our service bulletin nearly always contains music drawn from other Supplemental Sources offered by the Episcopal Church as well as other sources.
In welcoming all to the celebration, we also welcome all styles and expressions that lead us to a deeper worship experience. On any given Sunday we may sing a traditional hymn, plainchant from the fifth century, gospel piece, Taizé refrain, or contemporary song (to name a few possibilities). Regardless of the style or period from which our music is drawn, we strive to provide music of respect and dignity. Our music choices for the Sunday are based from the Lectionary Readings appointed for the day as well as the Liturgical Season.
If you have a talent that you would like to share with God and the congregation, you are invited to talk to Matthew Hart, our Music Team Leader, who would be more than happy to find a way for you to become involved. Regardless of your background or skill level, if you are willing to invest the time and dedication that such a ministry requires, there is a place for you in the music program at Trinity Church.