We discover God’s love in our worship together.
Worship is at the heart of the Christian life and of the community at Trinity Church. In our worship, we unite ourselves with others to acknowledge the holiness of God, to hear God’s Word, to offer prayer, and to celebrate the sacraments.
We are a community that gathers regularly around the Lord’s Table for Holy Eucharist on Sundays, weekdays and for many special occasions. You can learn more about the Holy Eucharist here.
All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion in the Episcopal Church, including children. Learn more about children and communion here.
We are also a community that prays together regularly. Every weekday at 12:10 we gather in the Chapel for the Noonday Office and many weekday evenings for Evening Prayer.
We encourage everyone to say the Daily Office in some form either with us at Church, in small groups or alone. A good resource for the daily office is found here.
Worship at Trinity, as in all Episcopal Churches, is an act of the whole people of God. Lay people take part in many ways: they can assist at the altar, read the scripture lessons, lead the prayers of the people, and assist in the ministration of Holy Communion. The assembly also takes part through their prayers, singing, responses to the lessons and prayers and in the offering of bread and wine as well as other gifts of food, money, clothes, etc. for the work of God’s people in the Church and in the world.
We invite you to join us in the worship of God at Trinity Church.