Trinity Sunday Music Selections

Here are a number of our favorite trinitarian songs. Also, shout out to Liturgy Letter for a great list of articles and other liturgical resources.

“Trinity Sunday calls us to repent of this forgetfulness. The gospel of Trinity Sunday, and of the whole church calendar, is the good news of today’s sermon text: Behold your God.”  – Peter Leithart

“For with your co-eternal Son and Holy Spirit, you are one God, one Lord, in Trinity of Persons and in Unity of Being; and we celebrate the one and equal glory of you, O Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.” – The Book of Common Prayer

“On the contrary: the doctrine of the Trinity is, if you like, a signpost pointing ahead into the dark, saying: ‘Trust me; follow me; my love will keep you safe.’ Or, perhaps better, the doctrine of the Trinity is a signpost pointing into a light which gets brighter and brighter until we are dazzled and blinded, but which says: ‘Come, and I will make you children of light.’” – N.T Wright

“Almighty God, you have revealed to your Church your eternal Being of glorious majesty and perfect love as one God in Trinity of Persons: Give us grace to continue steadfast in the confession of this faith, and constant in our worship of you, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; for you live and reign, one God,
now and for ever. Amen.” Collect for Trinity Sunday

Trinity Song – Sandra McCracken | chart

A Prayer to the Trinity – Peters Branch Music | chart | leadsheet

O God of Our Salvation – Matt Boswell | chart

Father, Only in Your Power – Zac Hicks | chart

My Only Comfort – Dustin Kensrue | chart

Glorious the Three – Vineyard Worship | chart

Triune Praise – Shai Linne


John Witvliet
– “The Opening of Worship – Trinity” (PDF) from A More Profound Alleluia
– “The Trinitarian DNA of Christian Worship” (PDF)

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