Worship is a vital part of our walk with Christ. In worship, we gather around God's Word and Sacraments. God forgives our sins and gives us new life, and we respond with gratitude and praise for what He has done.
Trinity has two styles of worship. Our 8:30 blended service has a more traditional musical feel. The songs are predominantly hymns played on the organ. This service often also includes dynamic special music from the brass ensemble, piano, or handbell choir.
The 10:35 contemporary service has music led by members of Trinity's Praise Band (including drums, guitars, electric bass, keyboards, etc.). This service primarily uses songs written in recent years, as well as older hymns played with a modern sound and style.
Music is one of the primary ways we worship at Trinity and is an integral part of our Sunday Morning Services. The worship ministry consists of instrumental and vocal musicians of various ages and styles who serve as a part of worship teams for our services. We would love to use your talents in our music and worship arts ministries!
Trinity's brass ensemble plays primarily at the blended worship services, accompanying hymns with the organ and playing various brass quartet and quintet pieces. It is open to adults and youth brass players alike. The ensemble rehearses during the weeks leading up to a Sunday performance.
If you play a brass instrument and would be interested in participating in a brass ensemble, contact Brennon McFarlane: firstname.lastname@example.org
The praise team leads the music at our contemporary worship services. This music is generally chosen from popular contemporary Christian songs, written or arranged for a band with electric guitars, drums, keyboards, and the like. The band rehearses together on Wednesday evenings. The praise team is open to new instrumentalists or singers who are interested in this style and learning to play with a contemporary music band.
If you would be interested in serving with Trinity's Praise Team, contact Brennon McFarlane:
The handbell choir plays in both worship services every 4 to 6 weeks and rehearses weekly during the school year. The group consists both of Trinity members as well as fellow handbell players from the area. It is open to experienced ringers as well as those wishing to learn.
For more information, contact Stan Hoffmeyer: email@example.com
The A/V team at Trinity is a vital part of the worship services. We are always looking for more people interested in helping with the sound, recording, graphics, lighting, and various other technology used in worship services and other events. The tech team also supports many other ministries at the church.
For more information, contact Mike Abel: firstname.lastname@example.org