Singing “Holy God”

One of my favorite hymns of the Divine Liturgy is when we sing “Holy God” (the Trisagion). There are several melodies for this ancient hymn, reflecting the varied heritage of the Church.

Here, for example, is the choir of St. Luke Orthodox Church in Erie, Colorado:

A bit about St. Luke’s in Erie can be read here.

This is a hymn our family would sing together sometimes (along with other family favorites) while traveling in our car on long road trips. I guess it’s these memories that make the following rendition of “Holy God” by this little girl named Ana so precious! She does a great job and is even joined by one of her siblings:

One Response to Singing “Holy God”

  1. Sabrina says:

    I love the Trisagion/thrice holy hymn. It’s probably of my favorite parts of the Divine Liturgy.

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