Worship Service Schedule

Each weekend Trinity offers three worship services:

• Saturdays – 5:00 P.M Devotional Worship 

• Sundays – 8:00 A.M. – Traditional Worship 

• Sundays – 10:30 A.M. – Contemporary Worship 

In addition to our regular schedule of worship, we have other special worship services that take place annually.


When to Arrive

It’s helpful to arrive a few minutes before a service begins.   It will give you a chance to familiarize yourself with our building and perhaps spend a few moments speaking with our pastor or some of the members of the Trinity family.  Expect a warm welcome as well, as people fellowship in the narthex between and after services.

Parking & Handicap Accessibility

Trinity’s main parking lot is located behind and on the side of the church in front of the school.  There is a row of handicap parking spots in front of the main (rear) entrance to the church.

There is also an elevator at the main (rear) entrance of the church.


Coffee Hour

We usually have a coffee hour after our Sunday worship services.   There is coffee, tea, hot chocolate and often baked goods.  We want you to feel welcome and comfortable in our midst.  Please help yourself!

Welcome Center

Please visit our Welcome Center in the back of the church near the coat room at the conclusion of the service so that we can welcome you with a gift and get to know you.


Children

Young children are welcome in our worship services at all times.  “Activity Bags” are available in the back of the church to help with young worshipers during the service.  A well equipped and staffed nursery room is available during our Sunday morning services.  Children’s Messages are done quite frequently during the Sunday morning services.  Each week the children are also excused (with their parents permission) to go to Children’s Church, which is held until the sermon is finished.

 

  


Communion

The Sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the second and fourth Sundays of every month at Trinity.  Keep an eye on the two altar candles!  They will be lit on a communion Sunday.

We believe that Christ’s body and blood are truly present in Holy Communion and that we receive the forgiveness of sins along with the bread and wine in this Holy Meal.  As a “Family Church” we invite those who share this understanding, and who desire God’s forgiveness and strength, to join with us in receiving Holy Communion.  If you have any questions, please speak to our pastor or one of our deacons at any time.