“Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.” Psalm 29:2

All are welcome to worship at our church.

Sunday 8 am: Communion
This service in the side chapel is small and intimate. We celebrate the holy meal called the Eucharist, using the Book of Common Prayer.

Sunday 10 am:  Family Communion
This worship service has traditional hymns and organ music.  We celebrate the Eucharist, which is also known as Mass or Communion.  The Eucharist is a holy meal where believe that Jesus becomes present to us when the priest blesses bread and wine and offers them to God.

Every service includes singing, prayer, readings from The Bible, and a sermon.  We follow the Anglican tradition of worship from the Book of Common Prayer, Rite 1, which means we use Reformation era words like “thee” and “thou.”  A booklet is provided to help everyone follow along.  Children have the opportunity to attend Sunday School during this service.

After the service, all are invited to the parish hall for coffee, snacks, and friendly conversation.

Sunday 4 pm:  Evening Prayer
This service contains the most ancient prayers of the Church called the Psalms as well as specific prayers for the concerns of our members, the community, and the whole world.

Wednesday 10 am: Communion
Our biggest weekday service is an opportunity to bring the worship of God out of Sunday morning into our weekday lives.  We meet for the Eucharist in the side chapel.  After the service we gather for a time of Christian fellowship in the parish hall.

Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 10 am: Morning Prayer
Day to day life at Trinity Church is centered on prayer and study of the Bible.  This service contains the most ancient prayers of the Church called the Psalms as well as specific prayers for the concerns of our members, the community, and the whole world.