Worship

Communion celebrated at the Sunday and Wednesday services

It is very important that we follow Biblical teaching about Holy Communion in order to protect the spiritual welfare of our members and guests. Therefore, we share this Holy Communion policy:

We believe that Holy Communion is the true body and blood of Jesus Christ given in, with, and under the bread of wine. Jesus gives it for the forgiveness of sins.
The Bible declares (1 Corinthians 11:27-28) that we need to admit that we are sinners in need of God’s grace, and that we are willing to repent of our sins. If you are a Christian and believe that Jesus is offering you His body and blood in order to forgive your sins, and you are willing to change your sinful life, then you are prepared to receive.

If you are not sure of your belief regarding Holy Communion, we ask that you talk to one of the pastors before partaking.

Liturgical Service

Trinity’s 8:30 am worship service is one that is rich in Lutheran heritage and familiar to all Lutherans.  It is a liturgical service in which we acknowledge the amazing gifts that our Lord has given to us and we receive these gifts as we offer Him our thanksgiving and praise.  Every Sunday, we gather together in the name of our Triune God.  We listen to His Word, we profess our faith in Him through the words of our creeds and we join together in the Lord’s Supper. Together we accept the love and forgiveness granted to us through Jesus Christ and we respond to our Lord with collective prayers, traditional hymns, spiritual songs, choir anthems and special music.

During the summer months, we offer ‘Children’s Church’ for our younger members and guests. After the children’s sermon, children will adjourn to the Outreach Center for Bible lesson and craft.

Contemporary Service

Trinity’s 11:00 am contemporary worship service, led by instrument and vocal praise team, is one in which we acknowledge the amazing gifts that our Lord has given to us.  We receive these gifts as we offer Him our thanksgiving and praise through music, prayer, and profession of our faith in Him through the words of our creeds.  We join together in the Lord’s Supper. Together we accept the love and forgiveness granted to us through Jesus Christ and we respond to our Lord with collective prayers, praise and worship songs.

During the summer months, we offer ‘Children’s Church’ for our younger members and guests. After the children’s sermon, children will adjourn to the Outreach Center for Bible lesson and craft.

Praise Team

Trinity Praise team leads songs at the 11am service weekly with a variety of contemporary Christian songs. Praise team practice is during the week, either on Thursday evenings or Saturday mornings.  Anyone who is interested in singing or playing an instrument on praise team can contact Ryan McAdams, praise team coordinator.

Adult Choir

The Trinity Choir is our adult choir for the 8:30 AM Liturgical service. This is an adult choir but High School students who are able to commit to rehearsals and are able to sing at the 8:30 AM service are welcome to join. The Trinity choir is a traditional choir in that it sings a variety of sacred choral and gospel music, usually in SATB format.  The Trinity Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings from 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Anyone who is interested in singing  can contact Sharon Stromberg, choir conductor.

Hand Bell Choir

The Trinity Hand Bell Choir practices a variety of sacred music and rings during special services, such as Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter.  The hand bell choir rehearses a few weeks prior to special services. Anyone who is interested in playing can contact Sharon Stromberg, hand bell conductor.