Visiting a church for the first time can be stressful. We know, we’ve been there, too! Let’s take the guesswork out of your weekend and make sure you know exactly what to expect and where to go. Here’s everything you need to know:
First service: 8:30 am
Sunday school: 10:00 am
Second service: 11:00 am
At Trinity, our services last about an hour and a half. We begin by singing together. The words are projected on a screen at the front, and we sing a mix of old and new songs, usually four. We have a band with guitars, piano, drums, and other instruments.
Somewhere in there, our worship pastor leads us in a prayer of confession. He prays aloud while the congregation takes the opportunity to pray silently, asking God for forgiveness for our sins.
Next comes the offertory. This is the part when we pass the offering plate, giving to God with thankful hearts for what He has done for us. During that time, there’s a bit of special music, and after that the kids (age 4 through 4th grade) may leave to attend children’s church (but they don’t have to! Children are always welcome to stay).
Next there is a longer prayer and then comes the sermon. Usually, our pastor is working his way through a book of the Bible, preaching a series of sermons applying each passage to our lives today.
After the sermon, there is one last song and the service is ended.
At Trinity, we introduce kids to God’s truth in a fun, engaging atmosphere every single Sunday. We love to see kids excited to go to church. And that happens a lot around here.
When you arrive at church, a greeter will walk you through the process of checking your youngest children into childcare if you like (infant up to age 3). We prioritize safety, and you may check in on your kids at any time during the service.
There is Sunday school for all age groups at 10am on Sundays. During the worship services, there is also children’s church for ages 4 through 4th grade.
Fill out the form and we’ll meet you at the door, show you around, help you get your kids checked in for childcare or children’s church, and save a seat for you.