What to Expect Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning Schedule

Sunday School in the fellowship hall – 9:00am

Worship Service and Children's Church for nursery to 3rd grade – 10:30am

Livestream available as well as overflow rooms.

Pandemic Precautions

Things are a little different because of the pandemic. We're doing our part to beat the virus and ask you to do the following:

  • If you have any symptoms please stay home and watch via the livestream. This is one way to love your neighbor during a pandemic.

  • Face masks are required at all times while in the building. This includes during congregational singing. Our worship leader Raymy and Pastor Tim and will be unmasked while up front leading and preaching because they'll be standing far enough away.

  • Practice social distancing. Sit together as a family or household but allow 6 feet of space to other groups. Finding space should not be an issue.

  • Please have patience. None of us have done anything like this before so we’re flexing as we go. Viruses change over time and different people react differently to them so combating this pandemic is aiming at moving target. Therefore health department rules change regularly and we’re trying to comply with them as best we can and as much as we should.

Sunday Worship

We start our service with a "call to worship" which is usually a scripture reading or song to bring our attention from the bustling world outside and help us focus on God. We sing hymns along with contemporary praise music. Our songs combine deep, biblical truth with heart-stirring music to help us express our need and to celebrate God's kind provision.

Christian worship always includes a message from the Bible. We believe that the Bible is God's word, that it is primarily about Jesus, and is as true and relevant today as it was the day it was written. Preaching at Trinity explains what the Bible says and how it informs and affects us today. If you want a sample of the preaching at Trinity, check our Sermon Archive.

We celebrate the Lord's Table once a month and we carefully explain it before we do.

Our service ends with a benediction which consists of reading a portion of God's word to us as a blessing.


During the pandemic our nursery is closed. This does not make us happy but it is a necessary precaution.


We don't have a dress code.  You will see everything from coat and tie to jeans and a t-shirt. All we require is appropriate facial covering.


We use the parking lot on the south side of the building and enter through the south door.

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