Sunday Worship

What to expect when you visit Trinity…

Beginning at 8:30 am, Trinity offers a Rite I service for those who desire a more formal style of worship or liturgy. Typically there is an opening and closing hymn, and it follows the Rite I liturgy found in the Anglican Book of Common Prayer.  The service includes readings from the Old Testament, Psalms, Epistles, and Gospels, and a sermon. Holy Communion is also celebrated every Sunday.

Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. each Sunday just after the 8:30 a.m. service and just before the 10:30 Worship Service.

Our Traditional Rite II service begins at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday and is a gathering for song, prayer, Bible readings, and the message based on the Scripture, and Communion. This service, too, follows the Anglican liturgy found in the Book of Common Prayer.  The music is more contemporary, with a mix of piano and guitar.  Every Sunday we ask the presence of the Lord to fill our hearts and do great work within our mission church. Most importantly, we begin each week by asking the Holy Spirit to come and fill the Worship with His glory. We pray the Lord will transform and renew our hearts and that He will come in power and meet us where we are.

Both “Ancient and Future” – That is our tradition and what makes Anglican worship so special to those seeking to know the Lord more fully. Our worship is based upon the early practices of the church. So it is easy to see that our roots to the “ancient” give life to the “future” of worship.

We are Biblical. The Bible is Truth and it is the Living Word! All that we do is meant to honor God’s Word. It is through the reading of the Word, praying the Psalms, remembering the words spoken by Jesus at the Last Supper that draw God’s people to the Communion of saints.

We are created to worship! That’s right! God’s people are called to praise, give thanks, and worship! There is no doubt that we all worship someone or something. That is why the Lord formed the church. We are called to worship and pray continually – when we are joyful as well as when life is not going so well. Let’s face it, we need the Lord. We can meet Him in worship. Please join us!

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