Jesus died and rose for us that we might be saved by grace, and gives us His grace to share with others.
Today’s service is the third part of a three-part service (called the “Triduum”). We rejoice in Jesus’ victory over death! Christ is risen indeed! Alleluia!
Today’s service is the second part of a three-part service (called the “Triduum”) culminating in our Easter celebration. We give thanks that Jesus died on the cross to pay the price for our sins.
Today’s service is the first part of a three-part service (called the “Triduum”) culminating in our Easter celebration. We rejoice that Jesus instituted the Sacrament of Holy Communion during His final Passover celebration with His disciples.
Today marks the beginning of Holy Week. Jesus rides into Jerusalem knowing that He will soon die for the sins of the world. Hosanna! (Save us now!)
It is on this journey that we reflect on those who have gone before and those who will come after.
Jesus teaches us that the heart of the Kingdom of God is servanthood.
We are thankful that this year for Holy Week we will be able to have both in-person and online worship! Please note that pre-registration is required for Easter in-person worship only.
As we walk dusty we remember that we have come from dust and to dust we shall return.
Trinity strives to have worship that is historically liturgical but also meaningful and relevant for today’s world. Each service offers liturgical portions that correspond with the current season of the church year and the current theme for the service. Communion is offered at nearly every service, providing worshipers with the hands-on experience of receiving Christ’s true body and blood for their encouragement and forgiveness. Children are welcomed and encouraged at all services.
From Bach and taizé chants to contemporary music, music is offered in a great variety of styles to provide personal meaning. All music is chosen to be accurate according to Lutheran doctrine and appropriate for expressing our praise.
Trinity offers six services each weekend:
Traditional service with hymns and organ music
8:30 and 11am, Sunday
Traditional service with hymns and organ music, special music on festival Sundays, choral music in season
Contemporary music with liturgical elements
8:30 and 11am, Sunday
Contemporary music with liturgical elements, relaxed atmosphere