Trinity carries forward a rich Lutheran tradition of incorporating rich music into worship and educational life. Martin Luther said, ”Next to the Word of God the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world,” and we at Trinity Klein value and see music as one of God’s greatest gifts. Whether the worship style is traditional or contemporary, Trinity has a long standing history of striving for musical excellence.
For over 140 years of Traditional worship, Trinity carries forward the Lutheran tradition of incorporating rich, Christ-centered music into worship and educational life. For this reason, our 8:30 am worship, led by the organ and one of our special music groups, continues to be enriched by a priceless collection of liturgies, choral and instrumental work, and hymns and songs through which we express our faith.
Trinity’s music programs include the Sanctuary Choir (High School – Adult SATB), the Trinity Men’s Choir (TTBB), Jubilate Deo Ringers (7 octave hand bell and chime choir), Exalt Ringers (3 octave bell choir for all experience levels), as well as our two school choirs, Seraphim Choir (Grade 5-8) and Cherub Choir (Grades 3-4). We are also blessed with a number of smaller choral and instrumental groups, including our award winning Pride of the Eagles Concert Band. Through all of these groups, we clearly see how God has blessed Trinity with talented and dedicated musical servants.
If you’ve never visited Trinity during one of the church’s festival periods, you’re in for a real treat! Our Christmas and Easter services are filled with the sounds of praise and worship utilizing the combined harmonies of our choirs accompanied by a full 42 piece orchestra.
We would love to have you be a part of our Trinity Klein Music Ministry family. If you are interested in being in one of our groups or simply want to learn more about them, please contact our Minister of Music, Dr. Bill Brusick at 281-376-5773 ext. 313.
Jubilate Deo Ringers (Handbell Choir): Wednesday – 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Trinity Men’s Choir: Thursday – 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Sanctuary Choir (SATB): Thursday – 7:30 pm – 8:45 p.m.
In the fall of 2008, Trinity Lutheran began laying the ground work for the Trinity Lutheran Concert Series.
God has certainly blessed us with a wonderfully rich acoustic environment in both our Sanctuary and Chapel, and we intend to make our facilities the host site for a wide variety of quality music programs which will benefit and enrich our community and beyond.
It is our sincere hope and goal, with the establishment of a patronage and benefactor program, to be able to offer most concerts at Trinity without charge.
The organ at Trinity was dedicated on October 23, 1994. In many ways it can be thought of as a reflection of our own congregation. There are 2,395 pipes in the organ. Trinity congregation, in 1994 was very close to that number in membership and has since then far surpassed it. There is a unique history to the organ, as it serves a unique purpose each week in worship.