Grace & Holy Trinity Church has a rich tradition of excellent music which ministers to the spiritual needs of its parishioners and to the Richmond community. The music ministry includes children, youth, and adults in several choirs for children, teens, adults, and instrumentalists.
Our concert series draws hundreds of people to Grace and Holy Trinity each year for the concerts and special worship services. Join us!
Dr. Elizabeth Melcher Davis currently serves as Associate to the Rector for Music Ministries at Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. Read more about Dr. Melcher Davis.
Join One of Our Choirs
If you like to sing, or play an instrument, please join one of our choirs. Everyone is welcome to join. Previous musical experience is not necessary. New members can join at any time. If you are interested in joining a choir, please email Beth Davis or call 804-359-5628 ext. 18.
We have two children’s choirs: the Grace & Holy Angels Choir (3rd-8th grades) and the Lightshine Choir (Pre-k through 2nd grade).
The two children’s choirs will rehearse on Sundays in alternating months and sing every other month at the 8:45 a.m. CrossRoads worship service. The choirs are directed by Abigail Stinnett. Please contact Beth Melcher Davis at (804) 359-5628, ext. 18, if your child is interested in joining.
The choir is comprised of singers and instrumentalists of all ages. They lead the music weekly at the 8:45 a.m. CrossRoads worship service. They rehearse on Sundays at 8:00 a.m.
The Adult Choir sings weekly at the 11:00 a.m. Classic worship service and for special worship services throughout the year. They rehearse on Thursdays from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Youth in high school are welcome to join the adult choir.
Greater Richmond Children’s Choir
Grace and Holy Trinity Church is home base for the Greater Richmond Children’s Choir (GRCC). This Choir is dedicated to bringing together boys and girls from diverse backgrounds to experience the joy of singing and to gain a life-long love for good music through age-appropriate vocal training. The GRCC strives to nurture the unique gift each child brings, to encourage all to reach for excellence, and ultimately, to create responsible and compassionate citizens of the world.
The GRCC includes 65 choristers, ages 8-18 in five ensembles representing over 35 different schools in metro Richmond. GRCC is a non-profit corporation providing need-based scholarships to over 30% of the children, and rehearses weekly at Grace & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. For more information, visit their web site.