Throughout its 150-year history, music has held a place of high esteem in the rich life of Trinity Episcopal Church. Sacred music at Trinity reflects the diversity of our worship styles but is rooted in Anglican choral tradition. All musical styles have a place in our worship, from sacred and secular choral music, art songs, world music, gospel, to jazz or Broadway tunes. There are many opportunities for musicians of all ages and abilities, regardless of religious affiliation, to participate in this extensive choral program.

Trinity has a mixed voice choir who sings every Sunday in the academic year at the 10:00 AM service. All are welcome to join our church choir.

Trinity is also a center of music outside of the liturgical realm. Trinity’s location, size, exceptional musical instruments, and acoustics make it a wonderful venue for concerts of the greater musical community. In addition to the Choral Eucharist services, Evensongs, and Lessons and Carols service, Trinity hosts several concerts each year that are both Parish and Community sponsored. Past concerts have included performances by Charis Chamber Voices, the Taghkanic Chorale, and others.

Trinity’s 24-rank Paul Ott tracker pipe organ, the largest by this builder and an excellent example of German artistry, is central to the liturgical and concert life of the church. An 1890s Chickering grand piano is also used in worship services.