What to Expect

Visitors are always welcome and friendly greeters and ushers will make it easy for first time visitors to find their way around the facility.

The worship services are easy to follow using the worship folder provided and employing the resources of the Lutheran Service Book from which we follow the order of worship and the Bible readings for worship. From time to time other worship resources are also used.

The congregation enjoys singing with organ or piano accompaniment and occasionally brass, strings, and other instruments adorn the service. Young musicians are often encouraged to provide music.

Visitors should feel free to dress to their own comfort level for worship.  

Children are a welcome part of the worship experience and are invited to come for a blessing during communion. An attended nursery is provided at most services for those who prefer.

Holy Communion is offered regularly and visitors from other churches are welcome to commune with us.  However; we practice close communion and we believe that we receive the true body and blood of Jesus Christ in, with and under the bread and wine.  The bread (or host) is Jesus' body given into death and the wine is His blood shed for the forgiveness of sins for all people.  If you are not certain of this, or if you have questions please talk to Pastor or one of our elders prior to the service.  If you do agree, complete and sign the communion registration card and examine yourself with the "Preparation for receiving the body and blood of the Lord" in the back of the worship folder.

Trinity is completely accessible to all people, with handicapped parking spaces and a large paved parking lot to the south of the main entrance.
Feel free to ask our hospitality team if you have any special needs or additional questions.

Primarily you can expect to hear the Good News of God's love and mercy for sinners as revealed in His Son Jesus Christ our Lord in Word and Sacrament.