We invite you to worship with us during Advent and Christmas!

Advent Worship

Advent Worship on Wednesdays during Advent at 7:30p.m. in the sanctuary. Come as you are to reflect on Advent in a short half hour to 45 minute service.

Special Christmas music at 11 a.m. before the 11:15 traditional service each Sunday in Advent. Bells will be featured on December 4th.


Christmas Eve at Trinity

5:30 p.m. Children’s Pageant
7:30 p.m. Lessons and Carols
11:00 p.m. Lessons, Bells, Choir and Carols

5:30 p.m. Family Worship Pageant
  – Our youngest children participate in an impromptu Christmas pageant.  Costumes provided.  Bring your child a few minutes early if they would like to participate so they can choose their costume.  They will come up to the front of the church and we can have many Marys, Josephs, animals, etc.  There is room for everyone!  *Childcare is not offered on Christmas Eve as the children are very much a part of the worship.

7:30  p.m. Lessons and Carols – Scripture with traditional musical favorites of the season, ending with Silent Night by candlelight.  *Childcare is not offered on Christmas eve and the children are welcomed in worship.

11:00 p.m.  Choir, Bells, Lessons and Carols  – Lessons and Carols, Communion, Silent Night by candlelight, and the ringing in of Christmas. 

Sunday, December 25
Christmas 10:00 a.m. Worship Service, Caroling to follow the service.  *Childcare is not offered on Christmas. The children are welcome in worship. 

We invite you to worship in person, online, and, on occasion, outside throughout the year.
Winter Worship 
Contemporary worship at 9 a.m. in Calvin Hall (the gym) with a more relaxed feel and a shorter service with music from our contemporary worship band.
Traditional worship at 11:15 a.m. in the sanctuary with a slightly more formal feel and traditional music from the organ, hand bells, piano, and choir.
We gather intentionally for a combined worship service a few times each year and blend both styles together. In the summer we also have one blended worship service.
Quick Worship Links:

Frequently Asked Questions about Worship:

How are we trying to make sure worship is accessible for everyone ?
  • The left side of the sanctuary with every other pew blocked for use by those who prefer to distanced seating. The seating in Calvin Hall is moveable for those who prefer more space.
  • We also have assisted listening devices available to pick up on the Welcome to Worship table.
  • Let us know how we can help make it possible for you to attend worship.
Am I visible on camera during worship?
 In the sanctuary, those in the first 8 rows might be visible on camera. In Calvin Hall, those in the first three rows in the middle section might be visible on camera. If you prefer not to be on camera, please sit in another section or row. There is a slide we use to cover the children during children’s time so they are not on camera. Thank you for helping us make the service accessible to all.
Do you have online worship services?
Services in the sanctuary are live streamed to the Trinity community. Limited livestream is available for those in the Trinity community with the link shared in the enews. A publicly available recorded video and podcast of worship is available on Wednesday each week. Please click here for the video or podcast. If you would like to receive the enews with the links to our bulletin and livestream, please email the office.
Do you have childcare?
Yes! We offer infant, toddler, and preschool child care from our wonderful care giving staff led by Miss Nene Pisigan.  The children can be dropped off in the preschool wing (look for the signs.)
Are you kids welcome in worship?
Absolutely. We have a children’s time early in the service to make the message more understandable for the kids (plus we know it helps the adults, too!). After Children’s Time the children are welcome to stay in worship or those Kindergarten or under can go to Godly Play with Miss Nene. We have a caregiver with a sign in at the of both services.
Is there a dress code? 
Nope.  You are welcome to wear whatever you feel most comfortable to worship in (or whatever was clean, no judgement.). Most people wear business casual and very few wear suits.  Adults don’t normally wear shorts unless it is picnic Sunday, but again, we are happy you are here in whatever outfit you have on. 
Do you have more questions? Please email the office.