…Sing and make music in your heart to the Lord. [Ephesians 5:19]
People who love music will find many places to enjoy and share it at Holy Trinity. Our music program encompasses vocal, instrumental and handbell ensembles. We welcome musicians of all skill levels! Whether you are a new instrumentalist, just starting out in the school band or orchestra, or a long-time musician wanting to become part of a group and play (or sing!) music, there’s a place for YOU!
Instrumentalists may find a home in our Church Orchestra, or perhaps in one of our ensembles–brass, woodwind, string.
Vocalists can join a choir or perhaps present a song as a soloist or ensemble member. The options are numerous!
Feel free to contact Andrew Sievers if you have any questions or would like more information.
This five-octave choir leads worship approximately every three weeks. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings from 6:15-7:15pm, and include training, practice, skills development and techniques and (of course) anthems! Both experienced and first-time ringers are welcome! In addition to their handbell anthems, this choir also teams with the Sanctuary Choir in presenting music at Christmas and Easter anthems and at several times throughout the year. Andrew Sievers would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Sanctuary Choir – (high school through adult)
Our Sanctuary Choir is open to people high school age and older. The choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:00pm from late August through mid-May. The Choir’s repertoire covers a broad spectrum – from classical to jazz, ancient to contemporary. Last season, the choir presented anthems with the Handbell Choir and our Brass Ensemble, as well as with a variety of musicians (percussionists, woodwind and string players).
Our anthems are intended to capture the wonder, joy, hope and striving of Christian faith as it is experienced by Christians today, through music of today and centuries past. We want it to “speak” to your faith and your life, bringing you into a closer relationship with God and with other people.