On October 31, 2017, the church commemorates the beginning of the Reformation as we remember Martin Luther’s efforts to bring reform to the church through his 95 Theses. This occasion gives us opportunities to celebrate the riches that have come out of that renewal effort, to confess our divisions and pray for unity, and to press on toward a future of constant renewal. The music of our churches has often been a shining symbol of the best of this inheritance.
The Music at Trinity series this year offers five concerts, a hymn festival, and a service of prayer and song to commemorate the Reformation — past, present, and future — as we step forward into a time of hope and promise. The events of the Music at Trinity series are free and open to the public. Money offerings are taken at each event to support the series, and donors contribute to sustain our efforts.
For more information, click on one of the concerts listed below. A PDF of the brochure is also available.