Trinity welcomes you to join our wide variety of musical offerings and activities for singers, instrumentalists and those wishing to expand their spirituality through their gifts of music.
Our experienced and talented staff remains closely connected to the Grand Rapids musical community and is eager to answer questions or to help you connect to a musical ensemble.
For more information about Trinity’s Music Ministry and other opportunities to participate in music at Trinity, please contact us here.
Open to singers high school age and up, the Trinity Choir, directed by Sidney Hoeksema and accompanied by Accompanist & Director of Music Dr. Darlene Kuperus, presents choral anthems weekly for the 10:45 a.m. worship service. The choir rehearses Thursday evenings from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. in our beautiful main floor choir room. New members are always welcome. Please contact the director at 616.540.7170.
Designed for children who will have completed third through eighth grades. Activities include vocal and bell choir, fine arts, field trips, demonstrations by local artists and musicians, and more! Camp runs from 9:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily, with some optional afternoon field trips. Contact Director of Music and Organist Dr. Darlene Kuperus for more information.More Info
Resound Handbell Choir Directed by Dr. Darlene Kuperus. The adult bell choir rehearses from 6 to 7:15 pm on Thursdays from September through May and plays once a month for worship. The group also participates regularly in area handbell events. New members are always welcome. For more information, please contact Dr. Darlene Kuperus or the church main office.Alleluia Ringers
The Rejoice Band and Beyond Belief Band are open to adults. Dr. Debora DeWitt serves as the Rejoice Bands Coordinator. Keyboardists, singers, percussionists and instrumentalists are encouraged to participate. For more information, contact Rejoice Bands Coordinator, Dr. Debora DeWitt at 616.949.2510.
The Celebration of Music Concert Series is a wonderful opportunity to attend concerts in our beautiful sanctuary. The Létourneau organ, Steinway grand piano and Zuckerman harpsichord are regularly featured, as well as instruments and voices. For more information about this year’s concerts, click belowMore Info
In 1983, an organ committee was formed to seek a replacement of the existing Pels organ. By 1987, the committee retained the services of Dr. James Kibbie...More Info