Music plays a key role in the life and worship of Holy Trinity. We explore and include a wide variety of musical styles in both our morning and evening services.

We aim to make use of the large breadth of music available, by singing traditional hymns, anthems, worship songs, chants and songs from the world church.


Our adult choir sings on special occasions in services throughout the year and we are always delighted to welcome new singers. You do not need musical expertise, just a love of singing and plenty of enthusiasm!  We also wish to encourage anyone who plays a musical instrument to perform as a soloist, or with piano, during communion.  

Singing and making music is a wonderful way of bringing people together to express praise and thanks to God, through joy and through sorrow. If you are interested in singing and/or playing an instrument at Holy Trinity please contact our Director of Music, Michael Lees, via the contacts page.

Organ & piano

Other musical resources in the church include a three-manual pipe organ built by Henry Jones in 1876/7 – recently fully restored – a Bechstein Grand Piano, an electronic keyboard and a drum-kit. We like to make appropriate use of all of these at different times.


If you would like to join the occasional list of volunteer pianists for services, please contact the Director of Music