Holy Trinity Choir
The choir make their special contribution to worship at both the morning Sung Eucharist and monthly Choral Evensong services. They now provides music regularly at the 9.30 am service except on the first Sunday when they sing Evensong at 5pm. The choir practises every Thursday night at 7.30 with a shorter practice before the sung services. The parish is fortunate to have a choir of this quality. The choir also sings for special services, including the annual Service of Lessons and Carols and a Lenten Meditation service on Palm Sunday evening. The choir has also prepared two CDs "Reflections on the Cross" of Lenten music and "O come, let us adore him" of Christmas music. Copies are available from the Parish Office. Extracts are available below.
Our Director of Music, Richard Hoy.
Holy Trinity Choir with the Surrey Hills Orchestra
Our pipe organ
The present organ was rebuilt and installed by Australian Pipe Organs in 1999. It combined a Norman and Beard instrument from St Joseph’s Catholic Church Edgecliff, Sydney, parts of the previous organ in the church by Bellsham as well as other ranks from Australian Pipe Organs and Fincham to complete the specification. The organ consists of 2 manuals and pedals, 23 stops with some 1300 pipes and employs electro-pneumatic action and solid-state switching. The stop list of the organ is given on the specifications available here.
The organ has provided regular support for congregational worship throughout the year with regular tuning and maintenance provided by Australian Pipe Organs. The parish is fortunate to have a pipe organ of this quality.