“Timeless quality liturgical literature plays an important role in the traditional worship setting which is the hallmark of Trinity.”
Trinity’s music roots run deep. Trinity had not only the first pipe organ in the city, a 1771 Tannenberg, but also the city’s first Singing School, begun in the early 19th century. The long history of excellence in church music continues with the church’s four choirs, the children’s choir being affiliated with the Royal School of Church Music. Trinity also committed to the purchase of a new pipe organ. Built by Patrick J. Murphy Company of Stowe, PA., the instrument debuted on Easter Sunday 2013. To learn more about our organ, please click here.
The Trinity Choir
This twenty-five voice choir of dedicated and talented volunteers enhances the Trinity worship experience through a variety of Psalm settings, anthems, and hymns. Rehearsals are held in the Bard House on Wednesday evenings.
Trinity Choral Scholars
Professional musicians serve as section leaders in the Trinity Choir. Currently Christa Beveridge and Ben Hoover lead the soprano and tenor sections.
The Trinity Ringers
Ringing five octaves of Malmark handbells and three octaves of handchimes, the Trinity Ringers play monthly for the Sunday 11:00 a.m.worship service.
The Mixed Ensemble
This vocal group, comprised of singers in grades seven through twelve, and their family members and friends, rehearses bi-weekly in the Bard House following the 11:00 a.m. Sunday worship service.
The Treble Choir
Children in grades one through six benefit from a sacred music instructional program accredited by the Royal School of Church Music. The choir rehearses in the Bard House Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:15 a.m.