The music ministries at Trinity Presbyterian Church provide a place where individuals can share their gifts and talents in a variety of ways through voice or instrument. Members of the various groups, ensembles and choirs do not simply share their musical gifts with each other and the congregation but become small groups that connect with one another on a much deeper level. For more information regarding worship arts ministries at Trinity, please see below.
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Welcome Greeters! This is a ministry area that seeks to reach out to everyone who comes to Trinity. This person or group of people "sets the tone" as we come together for services and special events. Trinity is an upbeat, fun place to hang ou... [more]
The usher ministry at Trinity is a vital part of our Worship experience, as it is a place where a warm welcome and friendly greeting can set the stage for a person's encounter with God and the church. This is an opportunity for people who wish to support ... [more]
This group of technicians is a vital part of Worship Arts Ministry at Trinity. These are people who serve "behind the scenes" by running our sound system, media presentations, staging (lights & set up), and produce during regular Sunday ser... [more]
Hand Bell Choir is a great place to meet new people, develop musical skills, and learn how to play in a group setting. This group meets Wednesday evenings each week from 5:45 - 6:45(during the winter months, Sept. - May) under the direction of Cindy Cowl... [more]
Trinity is musically diverse in that we seek to represent a wide variety of musical styles and presentations that honor not only current trends in Christian worship, but also the rich heritage that has shaped and molded worship throughout history. Our ... [more]
Our vision at Trinity is to present our very best before God in worship. "Filled Up...Poured Out" means giving a part of what God has given to us to someone else. Worship is sharing a piece of ourselves with those around us as we lift up the n... [more]