Sunday Services

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We gather on Sunday to celebrate the atoning death and triumphant resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. We hold two services, at 9AM and 11AM. The 9AM service has a more traditional style, with vestments, piano-based music, chants, and older English language. The 11AM service has a more contemporary style, with guitar-based music, praise choruses, and longer worship sets. On the last Sunday of each month, we have a combined service at 10AM followed by a potluck lunch.

Both of our services follow an ancient structure of prayers and actions, which is designed to lead us to a deep encounter with God. This structure can be summarized in three parts: Preparing the Spirit, Hearing God’s Word, and Communing with Jesus.

Preparing the Spirit

The first part of the service is a spiritual preparation for an encounter with God. By confessing our sins, we are cleansed and free to receive God. By stating our faith, we are reminded of the great acts of God for our salvation. By singing hymns, we invite God into our hearts and open our minds to the truth He has for us.

The Collect for Purity
Almighty God, unto whom all hearts are open, all desires known, and from whom no secrets are hid: cleanse the thoughts of our hearts by the inspiration of thy Holy Spirit, that we may perfectly love thee, and worthily magnify thy holy name, through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Hearing God’s Word

The second part of the service proclaims the good news of God as we receive it in scripture. There are four readings, typically from the Old Testament, Psalm, New Testament, and Gospel. Then the sermon expounds upon the Bible passages, explaining the passages and applying them to contemporary life.

The conclusion to readings of scripture
The Word of the Lord.
Thanks be to God.

Communing with Jesus

The third part of the service is a time of communion with Jesus. As we commemorate the Last Supper, Jesus gives us his body and blood in the form of bread and wine, forgiving our sins and making us members of his body. This communion with Jesus is the mystical center of Christian worship.

The Invitation to Communion
The gifts of God for the people of God. Take them in remembrance that Christ died for you, and feed on him in your hearts by faith, with thanksgiving. Amen.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the church?
We are at 3001 Verot School Road, across from Heleaux’s Grocery and next to the Exxon station. Turn from Verot onto Points of View Parkway, and then into the church parking lot.

What happens when I arrive?
When you enter the church, you will be greeted and given a bulletin. The bulletin contains the entire worship service.

Is there anything special for kids?
The TrinityKids program meets in the KidZone on the second floor. TrinityKids have activities, bible lesson, song, and prayer, and return to their families for communion. Children are also welcome for the whole service, at their parent’s discretion. A nursery with changing station is available on the first floor.

How many people will be attending with me?
The 9AM has around 40 people, and the 11AM has around 25 people. We’ve tripled in size since our launch in 2016, and pray for continued growth.

How long are services?
Our services last for one hour.

What version of the Bible is used?
The English Standard Version (ESV).

What kind of music will I hear?
Piano-based hymns and chant at the 9AM service; guitar-based hymns and praise choruses at the 11AM service.

What kind of sermon will I hear?
Sermons explain the Bible passages of the day and make application to everyday life. We preach the pure word of God and the gospel of salvation for sinners. Sermons are typically around 20 minutes long.

Can I receive communion? How do you distribute communion?
All Christians are welcome to receive communion. When you come forward, the bread will be placed in your hand. You may then dip the bread or drink from the cup of wine. Individual cups of grape-juice are available at the 11AM service.

How does the service end?
The service ends with the passing of the peace of Christ. This provides an opportunity to meet and greet one another.