Life at Holy Trinity 

Music at Holy Trinity

Most of Holy Trinity’s weekly services enjoy music ministry, led variously by organ, keyboard, orchestra, worship groups or choir. The availability of a wide range of musical and liturgical styles is Trinity’s particular joy and blessing.The range of music-making encourages development and growth within each discrete style.


Worship structure

In general, the Sunday services at 9.30am have a more informal structure, led by a worship group with occasional use of the organ, whereas the 11.00am and 4.30pm are more formal and led by the organ and choir. The Organ is also used at the 10.30am Wednesday service.


New Music

Newly composed settings and arrangements tailor-made for the church and liturgy are a regular feature of worship:
• Chris Howard’s ‘Trinity Mass’ for congregation and choir makes substantial use of the church’s four-manual organ.
• Original hymn tunes and gospel acclamations appear regularly, the stimulus often being texts from Common Worship.
• Peter Fairhurst composed special brass arrangements for Rev. Keith Sinclair’s induction in 2001.
• Peter’s introit ‘This is the Day’ triumphantly heralded a recent Evensong

Wednesday 12 December
10:30amHoly Communion @ Holy Trinity Church
Thursday 13 December
1:00pmLunchbreak Service @ Holy Trinity Church
Sunday 16 December
9:30amFamily Carols with Nativity @ Holy Trinity Church
Sunday 16 December
6:00pmNine Lessons and Carols @ Holy Trinity Church