Worship at Trinity
The worship services at Trinity Church are varied in design and style. We offer a wide-ranging and varied expression of the Eucharist liturgy. Eucharist is the Greek word for ‘Thanksgiving’ and is what you might know as Holy Communion or Mass. You will experience a unique blend of formality and intimacy (and maybe even a laugh or two). People of all ages, including children, are invited and encouraged to receive Communion.
Sunday 8 a.m. - Rite I Eucharist
The eight o’clock service is a spoken celebration of the Holy Eucharist in the more formal language of Rite I in the Book of Common Prayer. Its ritual language and rhythm provide a solemn, prayerful recitation of our faith.
Sunday 10 a.m. - Rite II Eucharist
The ten o’ clock is our principal worship service on Sunday morning. Built around the Rite II service in the Book of Common Prayer, this service offers music with Trinity’s choirs. A more robust liturgy, its family oriented environment gives expression to the breadth of the Body of Christ. The nursery is available for all children ages 0 - 4. Children’s Chapel and Church School begin at 9:45 a.m. in the Christian Formation Wing.
Wednesday Morning Healing Eucharist - 10 a.m.
Holy Family Chapel
An intimate service in which a homily is preached, prayers are offered for the special concerns of the community and healing prayers are offered to those who wish them.