Worship is central to the life of a disciple and thus to the life of our congregation as well.
Worship is a significant component of what it means to be “A Community Following Jesus.”
God deserves the very best that we can offer in the 335 worship services we provide each year.
In keeping with our Lutheran heritage, music plays a vital role in worship. Martin Luther was himself a musician, who sang (in a tenor voice), played the lute, and composed tunes. For Luther, music was next in importance to theology, a living voice of the Gospel, a gift from God to be used in all its fullness in Christian praise and prayer.
Providing spiritual inspiration is a key aspect of worship service development and execution.
Providing opportunities for disciples to sing together as a congregation and to utilize their musical gifts is also a key aspect of worship service development and execution.
The primary role of Trinity’s choirs and praise teams is to help lead congregational singing.
A secondary function of the celebrating core’s efforts is to attract new disciples to an active life of worship of Jesus Christ.