Corporate Worship
 

Why We Worship

We all worship something. Christian worship is focused on Christ, whom we worship in Spirit and in Truth (John 4:24). Biblically, worship is not simply a gathering but an attitude of heart and an action of entire lifestyle. We worship God with our bodies in view of God's mercy to us (Romans 12:1). Strangely, the New Testament does not even use "worship" terminology for the corporate gatherings of God's people, preferring to reserve our worship for a bigger picture of the whole life response to God. We are intended to worship God as much from Monday to Saturday, as on Sunday morning or evening itself.

Having said that, what Christians do when they gather is clearly worship too. It has a special purpose and function, being the main meeting for feeding from God's Word, where there are prayers and songs of Biblical content as well. Our weekly meetings are gatherings of God's people for the proclamation of God's truth, for our spiritual health and clear delivering of the gospel to visitors. In Corinth, the apostle Paul urged the Christians to practice clarity and faithfulness in their communication when they met so that a newcomer would sense the presence of God and be able to join in the worship as well (1 Corinthians 14:24).


What to Expect

No matter where you're at in your spiritual journey, we hope you join us. There's no dress code at Trinity. You're welcome to come as you are. When you arrive you'll be greeted at the door and handed a bulletin that contains an order of service and a list of upcoming events. At all of our services you'll find singing, prayer, and teaching from the Bible. And afterwards there's time to grab a cup of coffee, connect, discuss, and encourage one another.


Join Us

10am morning service. This is our traditional service, whose music comprises of a mixture of traditional hymns and contemporary songs, capped by the preaching of the Word.

6:30pm evening service. Contemporary praise and worship. This is a time of seeking and praising God with the preaching of the Word.