WOrship Arts @ Trinity

Trinity uses creative and performance arts of all kinds to honor and praise God in worship. All ages are welcomed and encouraged to participate in drama, dance, sound and media tech, visual art, band, choir and other special music. 


    Liturgical Arts at Trinity uses visual arts, textiles and hangings to enhance our worship space and creatively communicate the themes of the liturgical year. Youth and adults are welcome to participate. If you have an eye for visual art,  let us know!

  • Chancel choir

    The Chancel Choir meets on a seasonal basis corresponding to the church liturgical seasons. This is a praying and caring group of people committed to worshiping through quality choral music. High School age and older are invited to participate!  

  • Worship LEADERSHIP

    Our song leaders and band lead the congregation in singing and provide a blended assortment of music in worship on most Sundays. Youth and adults are welcome to join us. Rehearsals are arranged as needed. Sunday morning run-through is scheduled between 8-9:30 a.m. 

  • CHANCEL bells

    Chancel Bells, for middle school age through adults, meets seasonally and rehearses on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. using our 5-octave Schulmerich handbells. Chancel Bells are coordinated by Marcia Granucci who can be contacted here.


  • percussion & Praise

    This intergenerational drum circle meets on the first and third Wednesday evenings of each month from 7:00-8:00pm. This fun group includes 4th graders to retirees who connect through rhythm, music and laughter. No musical experience is necessary.


    Trinity's sound and media team includes sound assistants, camera operators, presentation media and social media engagement. Each week they produce a creative experience in-house and on-line through livestream for remote worship. Paid internships are available for high school youth. If you have a “techie” gene that is itching to be put to good use to enhance our worship contact media@trinity-pres.org

  • Organ

    Trinity is blessed with an outstanding pipe organ.  Built in 1988, the three manual 37 rank Schantz contains 2,172 pipes. This magnificent instrument is an important part of Trinity’s worship and music ministry and is known as one of the finer pipe organs on the Peninsula. Its balanced design easily lends itself to repertoire from all eras.

  • Piano

    Our sanctuary piano is an exceptional instrument. Completely refurbished from top to bottom, this 1913 Mason Hamlin AA is truly a remarkable instrument with an interesting history. Leonard Bernstein took his first piano lessons on it!