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Contemporary Service

8:30
Our earliest Sunday service starts at 8:30 am. This is a contemporary style worship service and is lead by our contemporary worship team using modern and fresh contemporary Christian music that is sure to energize and revive you. We serve communion each week at this service and the welcoming inclusive atmosphere will make you and your family feel right at home.


Traditional Service

9:45
We have added a second Traditional Worship service on Sundays at 9:45am and is attended by persons of all ages and walks of life. Following the traditional United Methodist format, we praise God through hymn singing, scripture reading, prayer, and an uplifting sermon. The service features our 75-voice Chancel Choir, music played on our Ross King Pipe Organ, and frequent appearances from our vocal and instrumental ensembles and soloists. We will collectively celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday. This is a spirited and welcoming congregation of worshipers, and visitors are always welcome.


Children's Worship

11:00

The Clubhouse is a worship experience specifically designed for elementary-age children. The service takes place in the Activity Center every Sunday morning at 11. It involves music, games, lessons, an interactive giving experience, and monthly communion. The goal of The Clubhouse is to provide Trinity’s children with a space in which they are able to connect, learn, grow, serve, and give all while having a great time!


Traditional Service

11:00
Our Traditional Worship service begins on Sundays at 11am and is attended by persons of all ages and walks of life. Following the traditional United Methodist format, we praise God through hymn singing, scripture reading, prayer, and an uplifting sermon. The service features our 75-voice Chancel Choir, music played on our Ross King Pipe Organ, and frequent appearances from our vocal and instrumental ensembles and soloists. We collectively celebrate Holy Communion the 1st Sunday of each month. This is a spirited and welcoming congregation of worshipers, and visitors are welcomed with open arms.