Worship Services

361 Sumner Ave.
Springfield, MA 01108

Music and The Arts


Music and the arts are an integral part of our worship service and life at Trinity.  We have talented vocal and instrumental musicians who enrich our services on a weekly basis.  Our choirs rehearse on a weekly basis and form a rich community experience within Trinity Church.

We welcome new members who seek to serve the Lord with their musical gifts and enjoy the fruits of a strong community of musicians.  If you are interested in learning more about the choirs, please see below and be sure to e-mail Dr. Michael Carney at music@trinityspringfield.org to get involved.

The list of our many and varied choirs for all ages is provided below.

Trinity's Director of Music Ministries Dr. Michael Carney

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Adult Choirs

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Chancel Choir
A singing choir of adults and high school aged youth which provides the music leadership for Worship Services and the Boar’s Head Festival. Rehearsals Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.  Please contact Michael Carney for more information at music@trinityspringfield.org


Chamber Singers

A singing choir of 20 select voices that presents concerts and sings at special services.


Trinity Handbell Choir

An adult handbell choir that rings at Worship Services and special events. 

Rehearsals Thursdays 5:45-6:45 p.m.


Do you sing?  Would you like to be part of a dynamic and inspiring music program?  Please contact Michael at music@trinityspringfield.org  for more information. 

Youth Choirs

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Does your child sing?  Would they like to meet people their age, sing beautiful music and enjoy learning about sacred music?  We have a place for them!  

Jubilee Singers
A training choir for children ages 4 to grade 1.  

Rehearsals will begin in late January. 


For children grade 2 and up.  

Rehearsals Sunday afternoons 12:50-1:40 p.m.

Please contact Michael Carney for more information at music@trinityspringfield.org



An all girls choir for grades 7-12.  

Rehearsals Sunday afternoons 1:45-2:25 p.m. 

Please contact Michael Carney for more information at music@trinityspringfield.org


Youth Handbell Choir

A handbell choir for grades 7-12 that rings at Worship Services and special events.  

Rehearsal Sunday afternoons from 2:30 to 3:20 p.m.

Please contact Michael Carney for more information at music@trinityspringfield.org


Dance Movement Choir

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The Movement/Dance Choir is getting ready for the fall. If you would like to dance in our choir, or are just thinking about it, please come join us!

We’re an intergenerational group, ages 6-adult, that contributes to the worship service through movement, just as the other choirs do through words and music. Dance experience is NOT required, nor is walking. All that is required is a sense that worship can move, literally, beyond words and music.

If you would like to participate, we rehearse on Sundays from 12:30 - 1:15 pm. (Teens & Adults stay until 1:30 pm if needed.) Regular rehearsals will begin October 2.

We will be fully masked, and rehearse in the sanctuary with air flow and spacing. We have the ability to pivot to online if needed. Bring a lunch and a change of clothes, and stay for fellowship time after church before our rehearsal! Please see Amelia for details or questions. 

Amelia, director of the dance movement choir,  can be reached at: trinitydance@trinityspringfield.org


Community Gallery and Parkside Cafe

In June 2021, Trinity Church was awarded a grant from the United Methodist Foundation of New England for the Trinity Community Gallery and Cafe. The foundation awards grants "to help fund strategic, vital, and creative ministries of organizations and faith communities of the New England Annual Conference."
Former Trinity pastor Rev. Perez, Andrea Rust and Vera Baker developed a proposal to re-purpose two under-utilized and accessible spaces to better serve the community.  In the proposal, they reflected on the church's founders' vision to design a "Community Cathedral where everyone could come to learn, to grow, to be enriched, and to draw closer to God." The gallery was seen as a place for showcasing the talents of local artists, and the cafe was presented as an open space for the community and congregation to gather and build connections. Together the two spaces are designed to engage the surrounding Forest Park community through art and other programming.


To learn more about the Community Callery and Parkside Cafe and the rotating exhibit of the month, please visit our Community Gallery page.