Music is a very important part of Trinity and our worship services.

Only our very best is a worthy gift for God and that is why we rehearse.  


Sanctuary Choir

Trinity Sanctuary Choir enjoys the status as being an excellent choir in the Frankfurt area. Weekly musical offerings in worship, regular classical concerts and consistent invitations to appear at various important Frankfurt events have all given the choir a solid reputation as an exceptional choir with members that accept nothing less from themselves than their very best for the glory of God. Worshipers and audience-members alike have come to anticipate wonderful sacred music whenever and wherever Trinity's Sanctuary Choir sings. The multi-cultural choir rehearses Wednesday evenings from 19.30-21:30 in the Sanctuary (Fall/Winter in Utatu-Room) and currently enjoys a current membership of about 15-20 singers.

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Trinity International Concert Choir (TICC)

Messiah concert

Trinity International Concert Choir (TICC) specializes in preparing classical concerts of large sacred choral works, performed with professional orchestra and soloists. The concert choir of more than 55 members was founded by Trinity’s former Director of Music, Jerrode Marsh, and currently represents 18 different nationalities, made up of members from both Trinity Lutheran Church and many other local congregations and international organizations. The new TICC director is Michael Muche and can be reached at 

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Children and Youth Ensembles

Trinity Primary Choir and Trinity Youth Choir are project choirs that rehearse for special worship services such as Trinity’s annual “Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols” (held on the 4th Sunday of Advent), Holy Week services (including Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday) and occasional other special events. Trinity’s primary choir is for children in grades 1-4 and Trinity’s youth choir is for children and youth in grades 5-12. The choirs each sing individual anthems, but also jointly and occasionally with the Sanctuary Choir 

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