Trinity offers a wide variety of musical groups at our Saturday evening and Sunday worship services. In addition to the many individuals involved in each of the ministries listed below, Trinity is blessed to have members who offer their talents through solos, duos, and/or small ensembles.
Littlest Angels: Children in kindergarten through 3rd grade are introduced to the joys of music through singing, dancing, and playing instruments. They share God's love and message by singing in church about once a month, on Christmas Eve, and for special occasions. The Littlest Angels also share their music and love at two local nursing homes during the year.
The Littlest Angels have been directed by Karen Reed since 2001. Mrs. Reed has a music degree from Wittenberg University and enjoys working with children, helping them to feel loved and welcome in this music group.
The Littlest Angels meet on Mondays from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. in the Music Room, from September to June. Come and join the fun!
Below is a video of two special songs sung by The Littlest Angels on Mother's Day. The second song, Mother Sweet Mother, was written by Karen Reed.
At local senior homes, the Littlest Angels bring their voices, smiles and the love of God to the folks fortunate enough to hear them. Below is a photo of an visit to Heath Village.
Here is beutiful piece featuring The Littlest Angels — God Is Calling Us (Incorporating Kum Ba Yah) with words & music by Natalie Sleeth — at Heath Village at the Trinity Church Music Evening.
This second musical piece, is also from the Littlest Angels singing Here is the Church (written by Kerry Pryor & Douglas Nolan).
Music Makers: The Music Makers is a choir of young singers who range from 4th to 6th grade. Traditional, contemporary, and gospel anthems provide the opportunity for these young singers to grow spiritually and musically.
A variety of musical instruments are often featured, and brass, reeds, Caribbean rhythm and even train whistle sounds are included in the joyful anthems.
This group provides music for the 10:45 a.m. Sunday service monthly from September through June, along with special music at the 5:30 p.m. Christmas Eve service.
Karen Reed is the director of the Music Makers. Mrs. Reed has a music degree from Wittenberg University and enjoys working with young singers, helping them to expand their knowledge and love of music in a spiritual setting.
Rehearsals are held on Mondays from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Music Room. New members are always welcome to the Music Makers. For more information, please contact
Trinity Singers: The Trinity Singers are currently a 30-voice choir welcoming 7th through12th grade students who wish to grow spiritually and musically through learning and performing four-part traditional, contemporary, and gospel anthems. Talented choir members and guest instrumentalists also enhance the anthem selections throughout the year.
The Trinity Singers provides music monthly for the 10:45 Sunday service from September through June, with special music at the 5:30 p.m. Christmas Eve service. This annual Christmas service also includes returning Trinity Singer alumni singers from college.
Ann Hibler, director of Trinity Singers, has served this group of singers since 1973 and has written numerous choral arrangements for special musical programs over the years.
Rehearsals are held on Wednesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Music Room and new members are always welcome. For more information, please contact 908-852-2634.
Chancel Choir: The Chancel Choir is a four-voice choir of aproximately 20 women and men who offer traditional, contemporary and gospel music every Sunday at the 10:45 service. The music of the choir is often augmented by the accompaniment of flute, trumpets, trombone, bells, violin, and percussion.
MaryRose Clark (pictured right) is the director of the Chancel Choir and the church organist.
The Chancel Choir is always happy to welcome new members. If you like to sing, come and join us. Practices are Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. in the Choir Room.
The Chancel Choir sang a beautiful piece for Mother's Day, May 12, 2013. Click above to view.