We’re a pick-up band of Holy Trinity members, formed to lead our worship music from time to time. We try to keep things fun and lively. Currently, we play approximately once a month at 10:30am on a Sunday. We’re open to new players if you wish to join us.
The musical backgrounds of the members are varied and so is the material we tackle. For more information, drop us a line via the contact form on this site.
Yes, it really is Angles, not Angels. It’s a bit of a joke on the frequent misspelling of angels and also on the root of the word Anglican.
I Will Wait (Mumford and Sons), Who’ll Stop the Rain (CCR), Prodigal Daughter (Michelle Shocked), With My Own Two Hands (Ben Harper), Lost Together (Blue Rodeo), Swimming to the Other Side (Pat Humphries), Sixteen Tons (Merle Travis), Redemption Song (Bob Marley), When I’m 64 (Beatles), Canticle of the Sun (Marty Haugen), Carry It On (Gil Turner), Change Our Hearts (Rory Cooney), Deep Blue Sea, Joe Hill, Let Justice Roll (Bob Carty), Wagon Wheel (Old Crow Medicine Show), That Old Cedar Strip (James Gordon), Un Canadien Errant (Antoine Gérin-Lajoie), Union Maid (Woody Guthrie), We Are a Rainbow (Brent Holmes), When the Ship Comes In (Bob Dylan), Bread and Fishes (Alan Bell), Bread and Roses (Mimi Farina), and many hymns.
Kevin Bezanson, Marty Crowder, Jennifer Henry, Keith Nunn, Sarah Sackville-McLaughlin, Michael Shapcott, Rachel Warden
Jim Dolmage, Ron Panter