The coming of the wisemen to worship Jesus illustrates that the gift of the Savior is for all people of all nations.
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Lent 5 Wednesday Worship – March 29
What is it that we really need? Peter’s answer is a present hope for ultimate deliverance, because that present hope will change the way we live our lives in very practical ways from day to day.
Sunday Worship – March 19
Jesus, the light of the world, takes away our sin.
Lent 4 Wednesday Worship – March 22
Many people in our contemporary society alter their faith when tough times come. “I can’t believe in a God who would…” 1 Peter 1:6-9 gives insight to keep us grounded in the grand narrative of Christian salvation even when we want to cry out with Jesus, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”
Sunday Worship – March 12
Jesus changes our lives forever.
Lent 3 Wednesday Worship – March 15
The theme we look at this week is the relationships between individuals within our congregation. Modern Christianity tends to think of the church either as a place where individuals come to find answers to their questions or as one more stop where individuals can try to satisfy their “consumer” desires. The biblical model of God’s church stands in stark contrast to this individualistic view.
Sunday Worship – March 5
Salvation is the gift of God.
Lent 2 Wednesday Worship – March 8
Postmodernism accepts that there is no one dominant story to make sense of life. We’re now in a time that doesn’t trust reason, doesn’t trust science, and doesn’t trust religion. 1 Peter 1:3-9 presents the story—the Gospel word—by which the Spirit of God defines us amid all the stories swirling around us.
Sunday Worship – February 26
Jesus endured all—temptation, persecution, suffering, death—in our place in order to save us.
Lent 1 Wednesday Worship – March 1
This week’s sermon examines another postmodern attitude, namely, that the hearer can’t really know who he or she is. Is our identity a patchwork of various images and influences that are projected through our social worlds, or is our identity wrought by God, His baptized children?
The Heart of Trinity's Worship
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