Music at Trinity
While our in-person worship is suspended thru end of January 2021, music at Trinity continues to flourish as we learn and live into a new way of bringing our unique soundtrack to our community each week.
Mission Statement- Music and the Arts
To create significant, deep, and lasting spiritual relationships by breaching cultural, monetary, and gender identity barriers through all musical and artistic expressions.
Participation in our Canterbury Choir is open to anyone, regardless of experience or ability.
The Canterbury Choir participates regularly at our 10:00am Holy Eucharist on Sunday mornings during the choir season (September to May). It leads congregational singing and presents offertory anthems and other liturgical music.
Jobst Choral Scholars
Through Caroline Jobst’s legacy of giving, Trinity employs five collegiate vocal performance majors to bolster and empower the thirty-five voice Canterbury Choir.
This outstanding group of five singers, both bachelor’s and master’s vocal music degree holders, will assist in leading us in worship just as much as the rector and the music director.
High School Program
We’re dedicated to providing a vibrant place of learning and community, increasing musical skills, and growing within the context of the faith community. If you’re interested in supporting our program or learning more, please contact Director of Music & the Arts, Nate Leonard at firstname.lastname@example.org. Trinity seeks 12 to 15 area high schoolers to serve in the mixed Canterbury Choir with adults from Trinity’s Congregation. Currently, our students represent Waite High School, Toledo School for the Arts, Bowsher High School, and Start High School. Each student is paired with an adult mentor from the choir. The students join us Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings and are compensated $25 a week. We provide breakfast on Sunday mornings and help with transportation when needed.