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Adult Choir

churchOur choir meets each Wednesday for rehearsal at 7 pm from September through May. They sing each Sunday at the 10:30 am Holy Eucharist and at all special services throughout the church year. Our Organist and Choirmaster, Lee Harris, is always pleased to receive inquiries about membership in the choir. Please email her at lee@trinitylumberton.nett or write to her in care of Trinity Church.

Extended Christmas Rehersal:

Saturday, December 3rd from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

 

Youth Choir

Our youth choir performs for Youth Sunday in the spring, and other special occiasions as announced, such as Christmas and Easter.

 

Musically Speaking

churchThank you!

I would like to thank Trinity Vestry and parishioners for the lovely and delicious dinner we enjoyed on September 10 celebrating my years as your Organist-Choirmaster. Truly the joy was mine, but I am most grateful for the kind words & notes I have received from many of you. My thanks also extend to those with whom I have worked so closely over those years and those include Fr. Roger, Pam Tupone, Nikki Hansen, Fr. Gene, the different vestrys, and Trinity Choir. Because good liturgical music is an art and an integral part of worship, it should belong to the church to sponsor and uphold not only for its own sake, but also as a church-building tool. Trinity Episcopal Church has always supported the arts. People in music and the arts have more than just utilitarian capabilities, but function as strategists in leadership, develop-ment, and community. Music is the art that expresses biblical truths so eloquently that it in-vites people to embark on a search for God. My prayer is that we will never let these goals out of our sight.
May God bless and keep you!

Tunefully,
Lee Harris