Holy Trinity's services are traditional in character, using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and the 1940 hymnal. All of the liturgy is printed in the bulletin, making it accessible to even the newest worshipper.
How long will the service last?
The service begins at 10:30 a.m. and ends around 11:45 a.m. Afterward, we gather downstairs for a luncheon. Newcomers are welcome!
What do people wear?
Attire typically ranges from casual to formal wear.
What is available for children?
There is a volunteer-staffed nursery available for children under the age of four. Children are also welcome to stay with their parents in the service. All baptized children are welcome to take communion with their parents.
What kind of music will be sung?
Our music is traditional and mostly comes from the 1940 Hymnal.
Am I expected to give money?
Guests are not expected to make a financial contribution when the plate is passed.
Will I be asked to do anything unexpected?
Liturgy just means the "work of the people" so you can expect to be prompted to sit, stand, kneel, and read responsively. These directions are printed in the bulletin to make it easy for you to participate and know what is going on.
May I receive communion?
We practice weekly communion, and all baptized Christians who are in good standing at their home churches are welcome to partake. You are also welcome to come forward for a blessing at communion -- just let us know by crossing your arms over your chest.