Trinity Presbyterian Church, 185 Swaggertown Rd.,Scotia, NY 12302,518-399-8782

Trinity's Music Ministry

Music Director: Open, see June Newsletter p.5 Link      Keyboardist: Megan James

We are sad to see Mira leave us after 3 years as music director. God's blessing to you in your retirement!

Even though Trinity is not a large congregation we have continued a tradition of an active and vibrant music ministry.  Music is truly a gift from God that is given back as a significant part of worship. We have an enthusiastic choir with ten to fifteen "regulars" and about 2 dozen voices for special events.  The organ and piano are in the capable hands of Megan, with occasional coverage by a few of our keyboard musicians from the congregation. Special events occasionally include additional music such as a brass quintet, violin, cello, or our own "flautist-in-residence", Jean Hayes. All this under the capable hands of music director [Open].

Choir anthems are sung about three Sundays a month with regular Thursday rehearsals.  Once a month the musical tone changes with the praise coming from Selah, our church rock band under the leadership of Pastor Tim.

The volunteer choir is open to anyone who loves music and is available for Thursday evening rehearsals are 7:30-9:00, and Sunday morning warm-up at 9:00.

Recent & Upcoming Anthems (subject to change): 

  "Canon in D", Pacabel

   "Gaelic Blessing", John Rutter 

  "Down by the Riverside" Trad./B.S.Mayo

  "Thankful", Sager/Foster/Page/Dilworth

  "Be Still and Know", V.C.Johnson

  "A Parting Blessing", J.Jerome Williams

  "The Storm is Passing Over", C.A.Tindley/B.W.Baker

   "Resurrection Victory", Lloyd Lasson

  "Hosanna - 3 Latin Settings", J.Estes

  "I Want to Walk as a Child of the Light", Thomerson/arr Hayes

  "Come Messiah", Lloyd Lasson

   

  

Join Us for Worship

SUNDAY 10:00 AM

Sunday School and nursery available during worship. We are an accessible Church.

 
Where to Find Us

We’re Located at:

185 Swaggertown Road

Scotia, NY 12302

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