Visiting a church for the first time can be a daunting experience. At one point or another, we’ve all been there. Trinity’s a place where you can come, move at your own speed, and discover how good the "good news" really is. Come join us!
What to Expect
No matter where you're at in your spiritual journey, we hope you join us (service times & location). 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.
Why We Worship
We all worship something. Christian worship is focused on Jesus, whom we worship in Spirit and in Truth (John 4:24). Biblically, worship is not simply a gathering, but an attitude of heart leading to an entire way of life. We worship God with our bodies in view of God's mercy to us (Romans 12:1). Strangely, the New Testament doesn't even use worship terminology for the corporate gatherings of God's people, preferring to reserve our worship for the bigger picture of a whole life response to God. In other words, we are intended to worship God as much from Monday to Saturday as on Sunday morning.
Having said that, what Christians do when they gather on Sundays is clearly worship, too! As a church that aims to be gathered, transformed, and sent forth by the gospel of Jesus Christ, our services on Sunday are a vital time of celebrating the Gospel afresh and learning from God’s Word together.
Worship on Sundays is about a lot more than just music. In the New Testament we see that the church’s gathered worship entails scripture reading, preaching, the Lord’s Supper, Baptism, prayer, testimony, giving, and more. With that being said, singing has always been a part of the church’s worship! It’s one of the God-given means whereby the word of Christ dwells in us richly (Col 3:16). It gives voice to our common prayers. It unites us in bringing glory to our great God. At Trinity, we love to sing as a congregation. Our music team focuses on empowering the church to sing songs that are rich with the gospel. Moreover, we sing a mix of old and new songs. This mix of old and new both roots us in the rich heritage of the church’s worship while at the same time recognizes the need for new and faithful expressions of worship in every age (“sing a new song to the Lord!” Ps 33:3). If you’d like to learn more about our music ministry, you can contact Pastor Nick. If you want to hear some of the songs we’re singing as a congregation, check out our Spotify playlist.