Services

Sunday, September 25 - The Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

8:00 AM  Holy Eucharist - Rite I (spoken)          9:15 Adult Forum in the Undercroft: Episcopal 101 10:30 AM  Holy Eucharist Rite II (with music) in the church                                                           11:30 AM  Coffee Hour in the Undercroft or on the Terrace                                                         Childcare during the service  

Sunday, October 2 - The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost   

8:00 AM  Holy Eucharist - Rite I (spoken)          9:15 Adult Forum in the Undercroft: Episcopal 101 10:30 AM  Holy Eucharist Rite II (with music) in the church                                                           11:30 AM  Coffee Hour in the Undercroft or on the Terrace                                                         Childcare during the service  

Sunday, October 9 - The Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost

8:00 AM  Holy Eucharist - Rite I (spoken)          9:15 Adult Forum in the Undercroft: Episcopal 101 10:30 AM  Holy Eucharist Rite II (with music) in the church                                                           11:30 AM  Coffee Hours in the Undercroft or on the Terrace                                                         Childcare during the service  

Sunday, October 16 - The Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost

8:00 AM  Holy Eucharist - Rite I (spoken)          9:15 Adult Forum in the Undercroft: Episcopal 101 10:30 AM  Holy Eucharist Rite II (with music) in the church                                                           11:30 AM  Coffee Hour in the Undercroft or on the Terrace                                                         Childcare during the service  

Sunday, October 30 - The Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost

8:00 AM  Holy Eucharist - Rite I (spoken)          9:15 Adult Forum in the Undercroft: Episcopal 101 10:30 AM  Holy Eucharist Rite II (with music) in the church                                                           11:30 AM  Coffee Hour in the Undercroft or on the Terrace                                                         Childcare during the service  

  

                                                                                   

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               A warm welcome to David Castillo,                Holy Trinity's new organist 

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After hearing several excellent organists and interviewing them, the Organist Search Committee confidently offered the position to David Castillo, a native of Mexico.  David has studied organ at the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (Organ Artist Diploma), Texas Christian University (Music Education, magna cum laude), Boston University (Master of Sacred Music), and has completed classwork towards a Doctorate in Music at Northwestern University. 

His long interest in the issues of music copyright have also led him to seek a degree in law at Northwestern, where he is a candidate for the Juris Doctor which he will complete in May. 

David began his career in church music in the Iglesia Cristiana Discipulos de Cristo (Disciples of Christ) in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, where he was the church organist and pianist.  He has since played and conducted in several other churches in Texas and Massachusetts.  Most recently, while at Northwestern University, David served as Music Director and Organist at the First United Methodist Church of Evanston, Il.

 David moved to Cincinnati this past summer with his husband (who is also an attorney) to take an internship with the Cincinnati law firm of Dinsmore and Shohl, LLP.  No longer able to serve in a full-time capacity, he wishes to pursue his interests and skills in ecclesiastical music in our part-time position.  For that we are very fortunate.

 David’s background is rich and varied.  He is not only trained in classical organ and choral music, but has experience with jazz in jazz and gospel ensembles, adult and children’s music, and arranging music for a variety of instruments and voices.

 The search committee was very impressed with David’s musical talents and skills; but they were equally impressed with his enthusiasm for becoming part of an open and welcoming church community.  Committee members universally agreed that he is what one member referred to as “the whole package”: he will not only serve the parish music program with the extraordinary depth and breadth of his talents but he will become an integral member of the parish community, whose spirituality, character, and history he admires.

The committee is certain that when you meet David, you will agree that he is an energetic, open, warm, and caring human being who will be a valued member of the parish, both musically and personally