Worship encompasses everything that we do together as Christian community, including, but not limited to, what we do on Sunday mornings. We join together on Sunday mornings as a sort of touchstone which reorients our lives toward the sacred, through gathering, reading Scriptures, prayer, offering, breaking bread, and engaging in service to our community.

Adult Choir

Our adult choir provides musical leadership most Sundays at our 9:15am service. A mixed-voice choir, featuring an extensive repertoire of anthems and motets appropriate for the various seasons of the year. Drawing from a broad selection of music, we showcase the diversity of the Anglican musical tradition.

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Youth Choir

The Youth Choir provides a creative opportunity for the young people of Trinity to offer their love of music and joyful voices to the glory of God. Through regular participation in Sunday worship and special events, the Youth Choir promotes Christian fellowship and provides musical training for young singers.

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Trinity Unplugged

Trinity Unplugged provides contemporary folk inspired music for services at Trinity once a month, and is also actively involved at other events within the local community and diocese. A choir of voices, guitars, stringed instruments, and percussion combine to create a fun and modern expression of Anglican worship.

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Trinity Barton Handbell Choir

The Trinity Barton Handbell Choir is a vibrant part of Trinity’s musical tapestry. The handbell choir practices weekly, and is incorporated into regular worship services monthly.

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Trinity Orchestra

We are blessed to have the beautiful textures of strings, horns, woodwinds, and percussion accompany our 9:15 worship service, regularly. If you play an instrument and are looking for an opportunity to make music, you should considering auditioning for our orchestra!

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York Chamber Ensemble

The York Chamber Ensemble holds four, high quality annual concerts. The December and May concerts include choral works with the Trinity Festival Chorus.  Please see for information about concerts & ticket prices. Tickets available at the door.

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Meet the Music Ministry Team

John Clements
Director of Music

John studied organ with Michael Fleming and Evan Prentice while attending Clifton College in England. He has been a music teacher for the past 34 years in both England and Canada, taught at St Andrew’s College in Aurora for the many years and at Villanova College in King City. John was formerly organist at Mount Albert United Church, Kettleby United Church and most recently at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Newmarket, and is also on the staff of the Toronto Diocesan Girls’ Choir School. John has been organist at Trinity church since 2002 under our previous Director of Music, Tony Browning.

Mary Ridgley
Youth Choir Director

Mary is an active vocalist, involved with musical theatre, choral ensembles and solo work. Apart from directing the Youth choir, she is also a member of The Marion Singers. She was for many years a member of both Youth and Adult choirs at Trinity, Aurora, and while living in Vancouver, sang with the Vancouver Bach Choir and the Elektra Women’s Chorus. She has directed the Youth choir since her return to Aurora in 1993.

Kim Leitch
Handbell Choir

Kim has been a member of the Handbell Choir for several years, and took over responsibility for directing the choir from Mary Ridgley in the Fall of 2010.