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10:30 am In the Sanctuary

Worship at Trinity is both traditional and contemporary. It connects us to our roots, and it equips us for living in today’s world.The late service is rich with special music and includes prayer, song, the reading and preaching of Gods Word, and the celebration of the sacraments. We welcome children of all ages in worship.

We gather praising God, remembering our baptismal identity as children of God, and confessing our own human brokenness and need.

We listen to the written words of Scripture and the spoken words of preaching in order to hear a new and present Word from God for our lives.

We respond to the gift and the challenge of this Word by praying for the world and all who are in need, by offering ourselves to do the work of Christ in the world, and by celebrating the sacraments of the church in baptism and the Lords Supper.

We are sent out, challenged and blessed, to love God and neighbor, and to serve Christ in our daily living through the power of his Spirit.
Worship at Trinity is:

Reformed – grounded in the classic Protestant values of grace alone, faith alone, Scripture alone

Trinitarian – praising the triune God whom we know in Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit

Evangelical – committed to presenting the good news of the gospel for all to hear and receive

Sacramental – embodied in water, word, wine & bread, fully engaging mind & body, heart & spirit

Ecumenical – committed to the unity of the whole Church of Jesus Christ