Our regular weekly worship service begins at 9:30am.
We follow an order of service that will feel familiar and somewhat “traditional” to those who have worshiped in other Lutheran, Catholic, or Episcopalian congregations, but we aren’t particularly fussy. We sing hymns from our Lutheran hymnal and listen to scripture that has been selected for the day from the Revised Common Lectionary (which means Christians all over the globe and many of your neighbors will have heard the same scripture read at their church this week).
We receive Holy Communion each Sunday and all are welcome at our table. If you have a question about receiving communion, Pastor Stephanie welcomes you to discuss your concerns before or after the service with her.
All in-person worship services require masks to be worn.
Ample space in our sanctuary and between pews allows for distancing between households.
During the current public health crisis, Trinity’s worship continues.
What you can expect when you return to in-person worship: (updated 4/28/22)
We are asking that all people wear masks to protect the most vulnerable among us and to lessen the chance of spreading more contagious variants of Covid-19. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, please speak with Pastor Stephanie so we can make appropriate accommodations together.
Signs are available for worshippers to take to their seats with them that alert their wishes for more social distancing during worship.
As weather permits, we will open windows and doors to promote ventilation.
Limited hymn singing will return to the 10:30 service as of May 1st.
Fellowship time following our service coffee time will be offered in the fellowship hall or Narthex. The windows and doors will be kept open, weather permitting.
We will continue to post our service bulletins on the church website (a link can be found in our weekly email newsletter). We encourage you to either print out a copy at home or bringing your tablet/ereader/phone with you to use a digital bulletin. A limited number of bulletins will be printed and available on Sunday morning for those who need them.
When Sunday School resumes, the teachers and parents will determine their comfortability for co-mingling.
If you are not ready to join us for in-person worship, are not feeling well, or are unable to be with us in-person for any reason, our service can be live-streamed (or accessed later) using this link.