music at trinity

Trinity Camp Preview, July 17-21, 9:30-2:30 with

"Show and Tell," Friday, July 21 at 6:30.

  • Musical about Noah's Ark, including new music and old. Ask Beth to sing "100% Chance of Rain" to you!
  • Art Projects for fun and to enhance the musical! Costumes? Water color? Led by Sharon Warwick.
  • History and Science projects by Melissa Grissom and Chris Smith. Water?  What is it? How does it move? What would we do without it? "Oh, no!" Floods and drought.
  • Dance, dance, dance by Lily Sloan.
  • And yummy lunch by our faithful favorite cook, Pat Cheek, with help by Carolyn Harrod and anyone else who would like to join us!

Don't miss it!  Register now!

I can send you the form by email or pick up one on the table in the narthex at church.



Trinity Camp, July 17-21 Ages: rising 2nd graders and up, 9:30-2:30 and a "Show and Tell" time Friday night for parents and friends at 6:30. Music, dance, crafts, surprises. Put the date on your calendar now!

The sanctuary choir

The sanctuary choir sings each week for Sunday worship as well as for other special services throughout the year. The group presents at least one major work each year along with Lessons & Carols for Christmas.

The choir sings a variety of repertoire including classical, traditional worship music, spirituals, contemporary praise music, and international music.  The choir is sensitive to the denominational decision to use inclusive language whenever possible. 

Students from the universities join the choir each year on choir scholarship from the church. Instrumentalists often join the choir as accompanists for anthems as well as perform solos as well. 

A background in music is not a requirement to become a member of the sanctuary choir. Individuals with a desire to serve God and who are willing to make a commitment to the success of the group are welcome and encouraged to visit a choir rehearsal. 

The Sanctuary Choir meets Wednesday evenings from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Contact Lenora McCroskey, Director of Music, for more information at (940) 566-7043, or by calling the church office, (940) 382-8815.

Grace notes handbell choir

Affectionately called “The Ding-a-lings,” the bell choir meets weekly on Wednesday from 5:45-6:45 p.m. The group plays regularly for services as a solo group and as an accompanying group for the various choirs, hymns and other service music.

Reading music is not a requirement for membership, but a solid commitment to the group is necessary for a satisfying musical experience for all. There is no age limit for membership. Young and not-so-young participate enthusiastically.

Led by Lenora McCroskey, the group uses a three-octave set of Schulmerich handbells. For more information, contact Lenora McCroskey, or the church office, 940-382-8815.


The Trinity Special Series was begun in the spring of 2007 to serve the larger Denton community and share the music programs of Trinity Presbyterian Church. Check our calendar frequently for announcements of Special Series events.

Past concerts have included solo vocal and instrumental recitals by Dianne Randolph, Richard Bourne, Robert Beeks, Eric Smith, Ann Barnett, Clinton Bray, Lurline DuPree, Konstatyn Travinsky, and Helen Dewey Reikofski. Ensemble concerts have included Brazzablaze, World Beat Drumming Ensemble, Cantate Youth Choir from Sun Creek United Methodist Church in Allen, and Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Ringers. The Sanctuary Choir has also presented Mendelssohn’s Elijah and Hear My Prayer, the Fauré Requiem, John Stainer's Crucifixion, and four cantatas, Esther, Cancion de San Jose, The Morningstar of Wittenberg, The Promised Land: A Story of the Trail of Tears by members Lanelle Blanton and Marvin Williams, solo recitals by Dianne Randolph, soprano; Michael Alonzo, tenor; Kristen Duabin, soprano.