What is the service like? What is the music like?
Trinity offers traditional worship at our 8:30 a.m. service, with organ and hymnals. Worship at 10:45 a.m. features guitars, drums, a bass player and a wide variety of music. We gather to offer our thanks and praise to our gracious God who is so good to us and to hear the good news of the gospel, those marvelous words which give hope and comfort. We use the Revised Common Lectionary, http://lectionary.library.vanderbilt.edu/ for our weekly readings from the Bible. Worship services normally last about an hour.
How do people dress?
Dress is come as you are. There are a few men wearing ties on occasion, but for the most part everyone dresses more casually. Often you will find people in jeans. We are thankful people want to worship at Trinity. That is more important than how they dress.
What about my kids?
Children are most certainly welcome and families are encouraged to worship together. There is a nursery provided for younger children if that serves you best. Our Sunday School hour, during the school year when Sunday School is in session is from 9:45 – 10:30 a.m.
Can I take communion?
Yes. The communion table at Trinity is an open table. We invite all who believe Jesus is our Savior to come and receive the gift of Holy Communion, the promise of forgiveness of sins. We offer grape juice and gluten free wafers. If that is a need for you, please ask the servers. Communion is normally celebrated on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month and on Wednesday evenings during Advent, the four weeks before Christmas. During Lent, the seven Sundays before Easter, we offer communion every Sunday.
How can I get connected?
If you have any other questions which have not been answered please call the church office at 342-9302. If you have a specific interest, or if you have questions about some ministry in whichTrinity is involved please feel free to ask. We believe that those whom God brings to our congregation will have gifts which will help us better build the kingdom.
Where do I park?
Trinity owns its own parking lot. On a Sunday morning you can park on Kansas City Street, in the 400 block, or in the parking lot next to our building. The front door or the door on the west side, facing the parking lot will have volunteers ready to greet you and answer any questions.