Worship Services


Sunday Morning – 8:30 & 11 am

All Sunday and Festival services use historically familiar forms, and are creatively adapted to be relevant and contemporary for our day, with emphasis on the quality of worship and music. Our pipe organ leads music for most services, while choirs of all ages, handbells and other instruments add to our offerings.


Saturday Night – 5:30 pm

On Saturday nights, the lively Praise Band (keyboard, guitars, drums, singers) plays songs you might hear on Christian radio stations today, plus a few old favorites. We have a Bible reading, a message, and simple communion for everybody.


Communion

We have communion at all worship services, and everyone who wishes is welcome to receive the bread and the wine. We really mean this; ALL are welcome, from toddlers to the elderly, of any religious background. If you don’t want to receive communion but would like a blessing, please come forward with your arms crossed and we will be happy to bless you.


Children

Children are welcome at Holy Trinity! Ask an usher for an activity bag or a children’s bulletin. Children’s church is offered at most Sunday services (check the church bulletin), where children can leave following the Bible reading, hear a message tailored to them and return for communion. If you would like to use our nursery for children under age 5, it is professionally staffed and in Building B near the elevator.


Education – Sundays at 9:30 am, August-May

Children from preschool age to 5th grade are in the education building in the children’s wing (look for the mural on the wall in Building B, down the stairs). Youth from 6-12th grades meet in the Youth Room in Building B. Adult classes meet in various locations around the building. See more information.


Programs

Holy Trinity has a variety of ministries that serve communities both locally and globally. Take a look at how we are serving others, or to find out more, click on The Source button below to view our Ministry & Activity Catalog.

If you can’t find something, please ask an usher or greeter with a HT badge, and they will be happy to help.