Worship and Online Worship

Enjoy Trinity’s services online at your convenience!

Sunday Worship – July 5

Sunday Worship – July 5

Jesus tenderly invites us to come to Him to receive the yoke of the Gospel and find rest for our souls.  We are now able to offer online worship for both campuses!  Mission Campus Worship Due to technical difficulties, we regret that the Mission Campus video...

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Sunday Worship – June 28

Sunday Worship – June 28

As Jesus prepares to send out His disciples to proclaim the coming kingdom of God, He shares with them the high cost of discipleship--including opposition, conflict, and different priorities than the world around them. We are now able to offer online worship for both...

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Sunday Worship – June 21

Sunday Worship – June 21

Jesus sends us out to proclaim the coming of the Kingdom of God. While not all will receive this Good News, and in fact some will oppose us as we share it, we need not fear. The God who created and redeemed us walks with us and cares for us. Fear not!

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Sunday Worship – June 14

Sunday Worship – June 14

Today we see Jesus teaching and healing, and then sending His disciples out into the "harvest fields" to do the same. Where is He sending you?©  A-726621 for all hymns. © CCLI 234033. For the video worship service you are encouraged to download the service bulletin to...

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Sunday Worship – June 7

Sunday Worship – June 7

This weekend we celebrate that God has made Himself known to us as the Triune God--three persons yet only one divine being. We are called to go forth in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit bringing the message of God's love and forgiveness to all the world.© ...

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Sunday Worship – May 31

Sunday Worship – May 31

This weekend we celebrate the Festival of Pentecost. Just as God poured out His Spirit on the first disciples, so He pours out the same Spirit on us today. Come, Holy Spirit!

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Sunday Worship – May 24

Sunday Worship – May 24

This weekend we celebrate the Ascension of Our Lord. Forty days after His resurrection, Jesus gathered His disciples, instructed them to wait in Jerusalem for the special outpouring of the Holy Spirit, and ascended in glory to the Father. Today we discover the rich...

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Sunday Worship – May 17

Sunday Worship – May 17

Jesus’ love for us and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit move us to a discipleship response of obedience to His commands. O Lord, help us to trust in Your promises and love what You command. Amen.

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Sunday Worship – May 10

Sunday Worship – May 10

In our Gospel lesson, Jesus says, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life.” Our life with God is found through our relationship with Jesus Christ. As a result, “Let not your hearts be troubled.” May we trust in Jesus for forgiveness, life, and salvation!

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The Heart of Trinity's Worship

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The heart of a church is its worship. The people of God come together to gather in God’s name, confess our sins, receive God’s gift of forgiveness, hear His Word, sing His praises, give our thank offerings, hear an inspiring message, and participate in Holy Communion. We are showered with God’s love in every service and offer our praises in 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:

5:30pm, Saturday

Mission Campus

Traditional service with hymns and organ music

8:30 and 11am, Sunday

Mission Campus

Traditional service with hymns and organ musicspecial music on festival Sundays, choral music in season

9:45am, Sunday

Mission Campus

Contemporary music with liturgical elements

8:30 and 11am, Sunday

Shawnee Campus

Contemporary music with liturgical elements, relaxed atmosphere

Worship Leaders

Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name;

   worship the Lord in the splendor of holiness.

Psalm 29:2 ESV

Trinity offers additional services for specific seasons in the church year. These services provide opportunities to celebrate liturgical holidays and to be more submerged in the meaning of the seasons.

 

Advent Lessons and Carols

5:30pm, Mission Campus, third Saturday in Advent: Kick off the season of Advent with a festive service that includes music by the Trinity Choir

 

Christmas Eve

4pm, Mission Campus, Christmas Eve Worship with Children, Youth, and Families: This family-friendly service features traditional Christmas carols, candles, and a special children’s message, as well as a sermon.

6pm, Mission Campus, Christmas Eve Lessons and Carols: This annual celebration on Christmas Eve is designed for people who are looking for a traditional Lessons and Carols service. Music is provided by the Trinity Choir and Festival Brass with Christmas carols and hymns sung by the congregation. No sermon is typically given.

9:30pm, Mission Campus, Christmas Eve by Candlelight with Communion: The Trinity Chamber Artists offer special music with additional congregational hymns and carols in this festival service.  A sermon, candles, and Holy Communion are included.

4 and 6pm, Shawnee Campus, Christmas Eve Worship with Children and Families: Christmas Eve Worship with families, children, special music, communion, and candles.

 

Ash Wednesday

Noon, Mission Campus: Solemn abbreviated service to initiate the penitential season of Lent. Imposition of ashes and communion are offered.

7pm, Mission Campus: Solemn service to initiate the penitential season of Lent. Imposition of ashes and communion are offered.

7pm, Shawnee Campus: Solemn service to initiate the penitential season of Lent. Imposition of ashes and communion are offered.

 

Lent Midweek

Noon, Mission Campus, weekly during Lent until Holy Week: abbreviated penitential service based upon a theme or series for the season.

7pm, Mission Campus, weekly during Lent until Holy Week: penitential service based upon a theme or series for the season.

7pm, Shawnee Campus, weekly during Lent until Holy Week: penitential service based upon a theme or series for the season.

 

Maundy Thursday

Noon and 7pm, Mission Campus: Solemn service commemorating the Last Supper. Communion is celebrated, the altar is stripped, and a hand washing ceremony takes place to remember the servant nature of our Savior. The service is typically preceded by a middle-eastern style meal in the foyer.

7pm, Shawnee Campus: A solemn service commemorating the Last Supper is incorporated with a middle-eastern meal reminiscent of the Passover. Communion is celebrated, the altar is stripped, and a hand washing ceremony takes place to remember the servant nature of our Savior.

 

 Good Friday

Noon and 7pm, Mission Campus: This service commemorates the crucufixion of our Savior. As we travel through Jesus journey to the cross and remember His last words, we are reminded of the ultimate sacrifice that he gave for our salvation.

7pm, Shawnee Campus: This service commemorates the crucufixion of our Savior. As we travel through Jesus’ journey to the cross and remember His last words, we are reminded of the ultimate sacrifice that he gave for our salvation.

 

Holy Saturday Easter Vigil

5:30pm, Mission Campus: This contemplative service begins outside and transitions indoors as worshipers begin to transition from the somber mood of Good Friday to the joy of Easter. This service is often preceded by a significant choral work by the Trinity Chamber Artists.

Easter Services

8:30, 11am, Mission Campus: Easter services are the climax of the church year when we celebrate Christ’s victory over sin, death and Satan. These services are festival services with the Trinity Choir and brass.

9:45am, Mission Campus: Easter services are the climax of the church year when we celebrate Christ’s victory over sin, death and Satan. We celebrate Christ’s resurrection with contemporary praise music fitting for the occasion.

8:30, 11am, Shawnee Campus:  Easter services are the climax of the church year when we celebrate Christ’s victory over sin, death and Satan. We celebrate Christ’s resurrection with contemporary praise music fitting for the occasion.

Thanksgiving

7pm, Wednesday evening, Mission and Shawnee Campuses: Although not an official holiday of the church year, we take this opportunity to thank our heavenly Father for all the blessings he has showered upon us.

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