Trinity’s worship is fashioned around the historic service of Word and Sacrament. It features two or three readings, sermon, prayers, and Holy Communion each Sunday. Of course, as Lutherans love to sing, hymns are part of our worship (both traditional and contemporary), and in some seasons portions of the liturgy are sung. Although always fashioned around Word and Sacrament, style of worship will vary season by season. The historic worship year of the church is followed most often, with festive seasons of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, and Easter highlighting the life of Jesus and other times focusing on the teachings of Jesus.
Lutherans believe that Christ indeed gives us his body and blood in Holy Communion, in, with, and under the material form of bread and wine. We therefore approach the Lord’s Table repentantly eager to receive his grace and forgiveness. Baptized Christians who share this faith are invited to receive Holy Communion with us.
We have no dress code. Worshippers at Trinity are attired in everything from suits and dresses to casual clothing. No one should ever fear that they do not have appropriate clothing to worship with us.
We welcome children of all ages in our worship. A “cry-room” with window looking into the sanctuary is available, and assistants are on hand.
We have plenty of parking, with visitor and handicapped spaces reserved near the front door.