361 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, MA 01108            Ph: 413.737.5311            Fax: 413.781.4083             office@trinityspringfield.org


Music holds and integral place in our liturgy and serves to unify and heighten our response to the Word of God.  Anyone, of any age, who enjoys music is welcome to be involved in Trinity’s Music Program.


 Chancel Choir
A singing choir of adults and high school aged youth who rehearse once a week for one hour and forty-five minutes and provide the music leadership for all Worship Services and the Boar’s Head Festival.
Thursdays, 7:00-8:45 PM, September—June
New members ALWAYS welcome!

 Chamber Singers
A singing choir of 20 select voice that present concerts and sing at special services.

Trinity Handbell Choir
An adult handbell choir that rehearse once a week for one hour and ring at Worship Services and special events.
Tuesdays, 6:15-7:15 PM, September—June
  Contact Becky Isaacson to ask to be put on the wait list.

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 Jubilee Singers
A training choir for children ages 4 to grade 1 who rehearse once a week for 45 minutes and occasionally sing during the Worship Service.  The group meets
Sunday afternoons from 3:30-4:15 PM
(September – June)

For children grade 2 and up.They meet in the choir room
Sunday afternoons from 4:30-5:30 PM (September – June)

A girls singing choir in grades 7-12 who rehearse once a week in the choir room and sing during the Worship Service at least once a month and on special occasions.
Sunday afternoons at 5:30-6:15 PM (September – June)

 Youth Handbell Choir
A youth handbell choir (grades 7-12) that rehearse once a week for one hour and ring at Worship Services and special events.  Interested ringers, contact Becky Isaacson at 737-5311 ext. 210.

 + Dance /Movement Choir +

The Dance/Movement Choir is for ages 5 through adult and
contributes to our Worship Service through movement as other choirs do through words and music.
Sunday afternoons at 3:30 -4:30 in the Sanctuary.
(September – June)

+ Learn to Play the Carillon +

Contact Becky Isaacson for a unique opportunity to learn to play this glorious instrument found in very few American churches today.



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