Worship with Us

You are welcome to join us for services. We love visitors!

What to Expect

Sunday Worship
During every worship service, we share both God’s law and His Gospel to help you grow in your understanding of His will for your life and His love for you in Jesus. Both of our Sunday morning services are traditional with organ-led worship that occasionally incorporates guitar or piano, following the Lutheran liturgy. We post the order of service, as well as song lyrics, on a screen at the front of the church to allow the entire congregation to follow along. 

In both our worship and readings, we want God’s Word to be heard. Singing and telling of what God has done and the salvation He has wrought is one of our greatest means of offering praise and expressing His glory. 

We make hearing devices available upon request. Simply ask an usher.

Wednesday Prayer
We meet each Wednesday evening, in the church sanctuary, for a time of corporate prayer. Whether you are concerned with health or financial issues, family, natural disasters, or world events, etc., we want to encourage and pray for you.

Feel free to share your prayer requests with our pastor and/or trusted members of our congregation before spending time expressing your concerns to God. The power of prayer is undeniable. 

During this service, you are welcome to come and go as you please.

Frequently Asked Questions

What time does worship start?
We post service times on our website for your convenience. Occasionally these times change, such as at Christmas and Easter, or additional services are added for Advent and Lent seasons, but we will also announce those special services online. Typically, our Advent and Lent services take place on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 and Wednesday evenings at 6:00, preceded by a family meal.

How do people dress?
God doesn’t care about your external appearance, and neither do we. Whether you are comfortable in “Sunday best” or casual clothing, you are welcome.

What about my kids?
Please bring them! We are a family church and encourage the entire family to participate in their Christian faith. 

We encourage parents to remain in the sanctuary with their children as an example of worship, but we realize there are times when this is difficult, especially when children are very young. Our children’s nursery is a great alternative when needed. From this room, located just outside the sanctuary, you can still hear and see the service. An usher will be happy to direct you.

Does Trinity Lutheran Offer Holy Communion?
Yes, we celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion on the second, fourth, and fifth Sundays of every month. We ask all receiving this gift to first examine themselves concerning matters of Biblical faith and Godly living (1 Corinthians 11:28, NIV) and encourage all non-communing children to accompany their parents for a personal blessing. 

Prior to celebrating Holy Communion, prayerfully consider:

  • Do I believe I am a sinner without hope of eternal life except for God’s mercy offered through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ?
  • Do I repent of my sins in thought, speech, and behavior?
  • Do I believe that Jesus Christ is God’s Son and my personal Savior?
  • Do I believe Jesus Christ is personally and physically present with His body and blood in the sacrament of Holy Communion?
  • Do I desire to live a life pleasing to God by the power of the Holy Spirit and the instruction of God’s Word?

If you answered “Yes!” to these questions, we believe that affirms your common faith with confirmed Lutheran Christians, and is your invitation to the Lord’s Table of Holy Communion.