Music Ministry Interim Plan
I am pleased to share we have the first steps in place for a meaningful interim period for our Music Ministry at Trinity. From now until the end of January 2021, Jobst Scholar, Chelsie Cree will be shepherding the Thursday night choir rehearsals providing opportunities to stay connected, make music together and work on projects for Trinity@Home. Over the same period of time, Jobst Scholar Kim Buehler will be stepping into additional responsibilities working with our Trinty@Home partners, Stone Soup Recordings and videographer Tom Hofbauer to help coordinate the people and process for generating the multiple pieces created for the weekly Sunday services.
Please help me welcome them into these new roles; it does indeed take a village to build up and nurture a faith community and all the aspects that feed our souls.
Over the past 8 months we have developed a “deep bench” with so many contributing in various ways; no one person bears the weight of this labor of love. We continue to benefit from our growing relationship with Post Companies and their weekly dedication to pull it all together week after week. And finally, a word of thanks to the other Jobst Scholars- David Breen, Grace Hirt, Courtney Rahe & Gabe Hagedorn, all the Trinity members in the choir and the ones in the congregation who submit exquisite pieces on a regular basis and all the guest musicians who contribute so much expanding the breadth and depth of our musical landscape.
We will continue to do the work of discerning what is next for music at Trinity, but for now I wanted to assure you we are in very good hands and I am so grateful and excited to see, and hear, all the music we will make together as we head into the sacred season of Advent and then Christmas.
May you never forget that you are loved,
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