The first and highest purpose of music in worship is to bring glory to God. Music is not an end in itself, but a means of helping God's Word dwell in us more richly. Hopefully, then, we are equipped to proclaim the gospel to each other and our community.
The opportunities for making music at Trinity are myriad. You may want to sing in the adult choir, or offer your gifts as an instrumentalist, help with children's choirs, kid's camps, or lead music in nursing homes, hospitals and prisons.
Contact Anthony Moore if you would like to help with Trinity's music ministry.
Sing a New Song to the Lord
We think music styles at Trinity are pretty eclectic, but that they should always be getting more so. We believe it is God-honoring for the congregation to be musically literate and to sing robustly – with our whole heart – old and new songs to the Lord.
Here is a lead sheet for Break Us, our new song Joy & Anthony introduced on July 22.
This file contains the lyrics of the the songs sung at Trinity within the last few years...
This songbook will grow and develop as familiar songs are repeated and new songs are added to our repertoire.
The hyperlinks lead to files suitable for learning the tune of each song. The specific musical arrangements and the manner of performance in these recordings (e.g., tempo, use of video) do not necessarily indicate the arrangements or manner in which we sing the song at Trinity. The links are provided for purposes of teaching and learning the basics of the song.
This playlist contains multiple versions
of many of the songs we sing at Trinity.
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