Worship and Music
Worship and the celebration of a living, caring, active God in our midst is the central core of who – and whose- Trinity Church is and strives to be. We are deeply rooted in the long tradition of Lutheran liturgical worship which provides the richness of Christian worship through the ages. Our hymnody is mostly tradition led by piano and pipe organ – the king of instruments.
We believe faith ought to work for you every day – not just for an hour on Sunday. We want you to connect your weekday life with all challenges and tough choices through refreshing, healing, and hope-filled promises of the risen Christ in a way that truly makes a difference in how you feel, interact, and grow all the other days of the week.
Sunday morning worship is at 9:30am. Dress is casual. The bulletin contains all you need to participate. Children are welcome and for those who desire, a nursery is provided. And, there’s a Fellowship Hour – following worship homemade refreshments, coffee, and juice.
Lutherans follow a Liturgical Calendar which leads the congregation through a three-year cycle of scripture readings. In that cycle a good portion of the Bible is read in worship. Sermons most often focus on the appointed Gospel reading.
Other than Sunday, worship is held on Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and at other times as announced.
Summer worship is a bit more ‘casual’ but remains at 9:30am. No Christian Formation is held during the summer months.
The Lutheran Church is also known as the singing church, the church of Bach, so congregational singing plays a major role in our worship liturgy. An adult choir, recorder ensemble, hand-chime choir support congregational worship. Guest musicians are invited for festival services.