We welcome you to attend one of Trinity’s outdoor worship experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. We so very much look forward to seeing you and we believe we have developed protocols for these experiences that maintain health and wellness as much as is possible at this time. Please read this thoroughly so you are aware of the guidelines and best practices we will have in place for attendance.
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ANNUAL REPORT - 2022
Music is thriving in 2022! After many disruptions caused by Covid, the choir returned in February and we have had full participation since then. In the Fall of 2022, there are 14 children in the Alleluia and Jubilate choirs, 31 adults, and 10 handbell ringers in our choirs. We continue to have an instrumentalist and soloist at each Celtic service. Our Lead Singers are Pamela Miller, Nana Hosmer Griffin, Roberto Flores, and Andrew Davis. We welcome organist James Taulbee, who graciously volunteers as accompanist occasionally.
Evensong service sung by Pastyme in March and April and a full concert in June
Easter Vigil music led by a vocal quartet
Easter services at 9:00 and 11:00 with choir and brass
Music Revue in May
The “Reel Sisters” duo at the Celtic Service in September
Chancel Choir retreat at Lake Logan in October
Three Choir Festival by the Church Street Choirs in October
Diocesan Convention at Trinity with music led by the Chancel Choir
Music for Advent series on Wednesdays at noon, followed by lunch. Musicians include Kara Poorbaugh (viola), Lelia Lattimore (harp), and James Taulbee (organ)
Lessons and Carols with choir and brass on December 11
Prelude to Christmas Eve thirty minutes before the 5:30 and 11:00 services by choir and brass
Sharon C Boone
Music Director and Organist
Trinity Choir - Choir Retreat at Lake Logan - October 14-15,2022