When you arrive at Trinity for any of our Worship Services, you can park in any parking lot (the best parking spaces are for our first time visitors!) and follow the signs to our large Worship Center or the Chapel.
At the front door, there are maps and Visitor’s Guides for you to start to familiarize yourself with Trinity. Should you have any questions, you may go to the Welcome Center located at the back of the Worship Center, next to the coffee window (follow the delicious smell and then turn right).
If you arrive early, you're welcome to have a cup of Fair Trade Coffee or Tea located near the Welcome Center (follow the bleary-eyed crowd looking for their Fair Trade early-morning-pick-me-up).
When you come in the Worship Center, you'll be given a copy of The Bulletin which has the week's announcements and an agenda for the day's service.
During the services, you'll notice a registration pad being passed down your row, which is an easy way for us to get better acquainted; you can ask for any kind of information or assistance using the pad.
Once a quarter, we offer the Connection Café in the Worship Center, a chance for those who want to know more about Trinity to meet with various program leaders in the church to answer any questions you may have. This is a great way to take a first step towards getting more involved.
Communion: We serve communion every Sunday. On the first Sunday of each month we serve the whole congregation by passing the elements. Every other Sunday, we have the elements on tables up front for people can take communion if they so desire.
If you have kids...
TrinityKids: You can stop by the Children Ministries Reception Desk located in the Education Building (just next to the Worship Center) and someone will help you register your children for Crosswalk Sunday School. We've instituted a new security system so you'll know your kids are safe and well cared for. If your kids are shy, they're welcome to attend the adult service with you, but most kids really enjoy the kids programs for infants through 5th grade.
Trinity Yoots: Our Middle School and High School students meet on Sunday mornings from 9:40 am in the Youth Building.
After the service, you'll pick up your kids from their classrooms, and then we hope you'll stay around, meet some people and enjoy some coffee. Church is about God and worship, but it's also about community and friendship, so we hope people really experience warmth and friendliness at Trinity.
Dress however you feel most comfortable. Some people wear ties and coats, some wear what is dryly known as “office casual”, others wear shorts and sandals.
In the Worship Center:
- 8:15 am~a time of prayer and praise with music lead by our Chalice Choir.
- 9:40 am~ higher energy with music provided by our Sonlight Youth Choir and Band.
- 11:00 am~ Family Traditions Service that seeks to reach out to all generations. The music is led by our Chancel Choir and includes “Children’s Chat.”
In the Chapel:
- 6:35 pm ~ Contemporary Service on Wednesday Nights featuring great preaching with music provided by the 635 worship band led by Travis Clements.
6:35 pm, Contemporary (Chapel)
8:15 am, Prayer & Praise
9:40 am, Sonlight Youth Choir and Band
11:00 am, Family Traditions
9:40 am, 2nd Sunday of each month (Order of St. Luke Healing Service; a worship service focused on healing ministry)