Join us for worship with Holy Communion every Sunday at Trinity. We welcome all the baptized to the Lord's table. We believe that Christ is present in, with, and under the bread and wine we share, giving us forgiveness of sins, salvation, and new life. We use pita bread and red wine for Communion, but wafers, gluten-free wafers, and grape juice are available upon request.
[Second Saturday Dinner Church, 6pm] *We will be taking a break for January and February - see you on Saturday, March 14.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Parking is available on Fairview Avenue in the metered city lot (but don't pay the meters) or the gravel lot next to the funeral home. To enter the sanctuary, go up the stone steps at the front of the church building and use either set of doors. For those with mobility issues, parking is available at the rear of the church building off of South Street, or along Carnegie Avenue.
On Sunday, the doors are open around 8:30am for the 9:15am worship service. The usher will give you a Sunday bulletin, and you are welcome to sit anywhere. At this service, we sing the hymns, psalm, and liturgy, accompanied by organ or piano. The order of service is printed in the bulletin (these are re-used each week) and there is an insert with announcements and readings. Hymns can be found in the green Lutheran Book of Worship (LBW), the blue With One Voice (WOV) hymnals, and occasionally as an insert in your bulletin. A large-print liturgy is available from the ushers. This service lasts about an hour.
Children of all ages are welcome in worship! Help your child follow along with the service and encourage him/her to join in any songs, prayers, or responses. Books, paper, and crayons are available at the rear of the sanctuary, and your child is invited to come forward for the children’s sermon with the pastor. We do not have any nursery facilities.
Dinner Church will be held downstairs in the Social Room at 6pm on the second Saturday of every month - * but we're taking a break for January and February. We'll share a simple meal together and join in learning, reading Scripture, praying, and Communion. No RSVP necessary. Hope to see you there!