Our worship is rooted in the holy and ancient liturgies and rituals of the Christian church. We are High Church (we use incense, chant, bells, vestments, and candles), but we are not high-brow. Come as you are. Wear what you like. Find what you need. Below is a brief description of our Sunday services. If you want to learn more about children in worship at Trinity, click here.
Sunday Service Schedule
8:00 AM - Rite I
10:30 AM - Rite II (Childcare and Sunday School available)
Family Service 2nd Sundays at 9:15 AM, October - May
Weekday Service Schedule
Wednesdays @ 7:00 AM - Eucharist
Rite I Mass
Sundays @ 8:00 AM
The 8:00 AM service is a quiet and contemplative worship experience without music. The Lord’s Supper is celebrated in the traditional language of the Anglican tradition, scripture is read, and the Gospel proclaimed in a sermon.
Rite II Mass
Sundays @ 10:30 AM
Rooted in the ancient practices of the church, the community gathers to partake in Holy Communion (also known as the service of the Mass or the Lord’s Supper) and retell the story of our faith in scripture, music, and prayer. Some describe this service as “High Church,” which means that incense, chant, and other flourishes are used to enhance the beauty and majesty of the community’s praise. No matter who you are or where you’ve been, you’re invited to come as you are to worship God and experience the grace of Jesus Christ.
Sunday School and Childcare is offered during this service.
2nd Sundays @ 9:15 AM
On the second Sunday of the month, a service designed especially for families with children is offered in the Parish Hall on the north side of the building. Contemporary music is used, accompanied by guitar, and children and teens lead most of the service. Children are welcome in all services at Trinity, but this service is particularly well-suited for little ones.
This service is offered October - May
Wednesdays @ 7:00 AM
Wednesday morning service at Trinity is a short and simple opportunity to start your day in God's presence. The service features Holy Communion, readings from scripture, and usually a short biographical account of one of the Saints of the church.
Attendance is usually 3 - 10 people.