Music plays a significant role in our church’s ministry, and at Trinity our musical life encompasses a wide range of ages, styles and traditions to sustain and invigorate our worship and witness.
Trinity’s four-part choir leads congregational singing, providing introits and anthems at most Sunday morning services, and is supplemented by other members for festival services, including Christmas Carols by Candlelight and on Palm Sunday. The choir has participated for some years in an annual Wimbledon ‘Singfest’ celebration for church and community choirs held at a nearby Anglican church.
Trinity has some talented instrumentalists within its membership and families, and an occasional band can be formed for family services to contribute during special services and other events.
The church possesses a well-maintained seven-foot Yamaha grand piano, and in 2019 was blessed with the new state-of-the-art digital Johannus organ with the diverse and extensive flexibility to provide a rich selection of reeds, strings and flutes from the English, French, German and Italian organ traditions.
Two digital keyboards are also available for rehearsal and other performing groups in the Mansel Road Centre. Our church and the Mansel Road Centre have become a lively hub for other musical community groups and activities, and most notably the acclaimed Wimbledon International Music Festival held annually in November. The Associated Board Royal Schools of Music and Trinity Examination Boards hire the church for examinations.
For more information about any aspect of musical life at Trinity, please contact our current Director of Music, Andrew Davies on 07584 811605.