Trinity Lutheran Church is committed to utilizing the gifts of the whole people of God, not for performance, but for the praise and honoring of God. Through our many varieties of gifts and talents we honor and praise God. If you have any questions regarding any of these opportunities to share your gifts, please contact Deb Aulich, Director of Worship & Arts 651.674.7047 ext 14.
A contemporary worship team for adults and teens that sings and assists in worship leadership at the 10:00 Contemporary Service.
JAM Choir (Jesus and ME)
JAM (Jesus and Me) is looking for kids grades 1-6 who Love To Sing! JAM meets each week and activities include: learning new songs, dance and art, singing in church, working on a musical and singing at our local nursing homes. We rehearse on Wednesdays from 4:45-5:30 p.m. Please call the church office to sign-up. We need at least 10 youth to sign-up to get this amazing youth music opportunity going!
The 8AM has returned and now we need you to add your voice to the group! Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 10:30 am in the sanctuary.
The choir is open to anyone who is willing to lend their voice for some fantastic worship and fellowship! The commitment is not very strenuous: Weekly rehearsals on Wednesdays and singing during service every other Sunday (or as scheduled). There will be about two weeks to work on the music for the next service, so it won’t feel rushed.
Please talk to Tyler Olson if you have any questions or are interested in sharing your voice. email@example.com, (651) 647-7047 ext. 15.
No singing required..
Fun, Fellowship, snacks and upper arm exercise. This group is directed by Cheryl Bistodeau. Contact the church office for more information.
Soloists and instrumentalists are encouraged to share their talents not only as a part of one of the above musical groups, but also individually for special music at any of the worship services during the year.
Members of the Altar Guild are grateful servants: ministers of God, ministers of God’s people, ministers of the liturgy, and ministers of the worship space. This group faithfully tends to the paraments, banners, communion linens, wine and bread for the sacrament of Holy Communion, altar candles, etc.
If you are good with computers, video, photography, sound, lights or just about anything that requires power and technology, then the technology team is for you. This team is responsible for all of the technology needed for Sunday morning worship, including our radio and cable television broadcasts.