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Music At Trinity Church
At Trinity Church we love music. We have inherited a rich history of musical excellence and we are striving to pass the same on to the following generations. There are many opportunities to enhance the worship experience of the church through music. We have vocal ensembles for children and adults alike.
H.I.P.P.I.E.S. – Heavenly, Inspirational, Peaceful, Praising, Inviting, Eternal, Singers- is the choir for all youth who enjoy learning how to worship through music. The HIPPIES sing in worship many times throughout the year. They lend their voices to both Christmas Eve and Easter as well as put on two musical productions a year. Practice is held each Sunday from 10:00-10:25AM in room number 313, upper floor of the sanctuary wing. They are directed by Jen Klika.
Trinity Choir is comprised of singers from high school years and beyond. They gather each week to rehearse music for Sunday worship. They provide music for all special services and occasions. They take a well-deserved break in the summer when members of the congregation and area musicians provide special music. They rehearse in the choir room on Thursday evenings from 7:45 – 9:00 p.m.
Trinity Handbells provide inspirational sounds during worship as well. They rehearse each Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. They can also be heard at special services of worship during Christmas and Easter. Our Director of Music Ann Hudson directs both Trinity Choir and Trinity Handbells.
The Director of Music in conjunction with the Music and Fine Arts Board of Trinity church yearly sponsors the Trinity Concert Series. This series features local as well as national musicians. The three concert series takes place in sanctuary on Sunday afternoons at 4:00 p.m. There is usually a cookie and punch reception that follows each concert so the audience might greet the musicians and extend their appreciation for the musical presentation. Past concerts have featured the Heidelberg Concert Choir, the National Staff Band of The Salvation Army from New York City, David and Roselyn – street musicians from New Orleans, The Summit Choral Society’s Youth Touring Choir as well as our own operatically trained Senior Minister Rev. Daniel Doty.
The next concert in the series will feature the Greater Canton Men's Chorus on April 14, 2013 at 4 p.m. Come and enjoy an afternoon of male chorus singing.