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Music & Art Programs

In addition to the regularly performing music ensembles, Holy Trinity offers several special performing arts events during the year, and also has opportunities for visual artists to enhance congregational worship.

Organ Concerts

Following the dedication of the new pipe organ in May 2012, Holy Trinity instituted an Organ Concert series to share the instrument with the broader community.  The inaugural concert in October 2012 was by world-renowned organist, Dr. J. Reilly Lewis, who performed masterworks of Lutheran organ composers.


Subsequent concerts featured:


Dr. Eileen Guenther, President of the American Guild of Organists (April 2013)


Andrea Boudra Kotylo, a doctoral candidate in organ performance at Indiana University and former Holy Trinity organist (October 2013)


William Wisnom, recent MM graduate of Peabody and current organist at Resurrection Catholic Church in Burtonsville, Maryland (May 2014)


Todd Fickley, Organist of The Falls Church Anglican in Falls Church, Virginia, and the Keyboard Artist for The Choralis Foundation (November 2014)


Paul Skevington, Minister of Music and Liturgy at Saint Luke Catholic Church in McLean, Virginia (April 2015)


Stanley Thurston, with special guest artists Heritage Signature Chorale (October 2015)

Arts in the Afternoon Performers, June 2014

Arts in the Afternoon

“Arts in the Afternoon” is an annual showcase of fine and performing arts presented by the youth of Holy Trinity each May/June.  Teen vocalists and instrumentalists with advanced abilities perform pieces in various musical styles, and talented teen actors and dancers also perform.  In addition, art created by HT youth of all ages is displayed “gallery style” in the narthex, to be enjoyed before and after the performances.

Visual/Decorative Arts in Worship

Holy Trinity welcomes those with talent  or interest in the visual or decorative arts to join in regular efforts made to “image the Word” through the incorporation of art into worship services, and to decorate the Sanctuary for various holiday seasons and festival Sundays.  If you would like to be involved in these types of efforts, contact the office at