Worship and Sermons
Each Sunday, you are invited to worship at 10:00 am for our Holy Eucharist service
After the service, we want you to come for: 11:00 am coffee, refreshments, and fellowship.
Children are most welcome our worship services, even when they wiggle, giggle, or cry. We also have Sunday School for children and youth.
Our service is a perfect blend of old tradition and new, meaningful worship. We pray, sing, and praise God in services which vary during the Liturgical season.
The loving hands of many come together for worship. As you walk into Old Trinity you enter the narthex, a vestibule which leads into the nave, the main body of the church. Our church was built in 1882 and is a stunning and spiritual place that you will treasure.
As you take a seat, you will find a red book and a hymnal in the pew rack. The red book is The Book of Common Prayer (BCP), which we use during the service. The first BCP was printed in 1549. The Episcopal church embraces a unique combination of worship, sometimes referred to as a "bridge tradition."
There are two main parts of this service. The Word of the Lord, or "The Liturgy of the Word,"where we hear Bible readings, prayers, and the sermon. The second part is the Holy Communion or "The Liturgy of the Eucharist." The Eucharist is the heart of our service. It comes from the Greek word for Thanksgiving, when we re-create the Last Supper. Communion is open to all baptized Christians, regardless of denomination.