Music plays a vital role in the life and worship of Trinity Parish. We strongly believe in congregational
participation in our music. Whether it is singing in the choir, serving as an instrumentalist or singing a hymn in
the congregation during the service, every member of the community is welcome into the musical life at Trinity
Trinity Church has had a strong tradition of fine choral music since its earliest days. The Trinity Adult Choir
consists of over 20+ singers. During the choir season, which runs from the Sunday after Labor Day through
June, this choir sings at the 10:00 a.m. Eucharist and the festivals of the Church Year, assisting the Priest-in-
Charge in leading the congregation through the various parts of the service. In keeping with the philosophies
of the Priest-in-Charge and the Director of Music, this group is non-auditioned. If you can carry a tune, you are
welcome to join us, and prior choir experience is not required. The Trinity Choir rehearses on Sunday
mornings before and after the 10:00 a.m. service in the Parish Hall.
Thinking of Joining?
We welcome new members at any time.
Questions? Contact Carl Gedeik at 215-646-0416.
Trinity also offers parishioners opportunities to share
their musical gifts in forms other than singing. We
have string players, trumpeters, flutists, and harpists
who play solos or accompany the choir at services
during the year.
The Instruments at Trinity
Trinity Church is blessed with two organs, a pipe
organ built by the Schantz Organ Company and an
electronic organ manufactured by the Rogers Organ
Company. Trinity is also blessed with two grand
pianos, an Everett and a Baldwin.
Organ Tech Sheet
the Schantz organ being installed !
of the Grand Piano and Rodgers Organ 5/22/2005
of the Rodgers Organ in the Parish Hall