A Variety of Service Times
We would love for you to come join us at Trinity this Sunday! Our services are at 8:00 and 10:30. The earlier service's lack of music makes it more simple and a bit shorter (about 50 minutes). Our 10:30 service adds full choir, organ, and generally lasts a bit more than an hour.
A Spectrum of Attire
You will find some men wearing coat and tie and women wearing dresses or dressy outfits. However, you will also find people in blue jeans and no ties at Trinity on a Sunday morning. All are welcome.
A Child-Friendly Congregation
Children are, of course, more than welcome to make a joyful noise in our services. However, we do offer childcare at Trinity. The building with the bell tower next to the church is Kuehnle Hall. Entering the front door, just go up the stairs to the second floor. The nursery is the first door on the right and crib to the left as you go down the hall.
An Atmosphere of Reverence
As you enter the church, you'll most likely find it to be quiet. Many in our congregation use the time before the service for prayer and reflection and you are invited to do the same.
A Warm Welcome and Hospitality
Our main Sunday service is a beautiful, joyful and ancient ritual that might seem a bit foreign to some. Ushers and Greeters will make sure you have a service leaflet to help you through the service. There you will find the order of the service, with readings, service music and page numbers in the prayer book and hymnal.
An Open Table
Most all of our Sunday services are celebrations of Holy Communion. You are very welcome to come forward and receive the consecrated bread and wine. It's fine to just receive one of the two. Just cross your arms over your chest if you choose not to receive. If you choose not to receive, the priest will offer you a blessing.
A Community of Fellowship
At the end of the service, you'll find folks are much more chatty. A line will form to greet the clergy at the back door. Please come say hello! Most Sundays, a few people gather for fellowship and a quick cup of coffee before heading off to lunch or their homes. You are most welcome to come and join in!