COME GROW WITH US!
We invite you to join us at Trinity’s Contemporary Worship Service at 9:30am each Sunday. It is a family friendly service for adults and children alike. A flavor of the service is presented in pictures, with a detailed description that follows.
Worship begins on the right side of the sanctuary with people of all ages including families with children and grandchildren. Under the leadership of the Works In Progress band, together we sing three contemporary songs in the opening medley. Everyone stands, some clap and move about as we enjoy the great praise music.
Following Pastor Sheryl’s children’s sermon, they are free to attend regular Sunday School.
Prayer, an integral part of Contemporary Worship, is led by Pastor Sheryl. She takes prayer requests prior to the service which are included in this special portion, which includes silent prayers and the Lord’s Prayer.
We do receive an offering and the band does a wonderful song each week in which you are invited to sing along. For your convenience, the words to all of the songs are displayed on a large screen throughout the service. Everything is on the screen and there is no formal bulletin, per se.
Dress is casual and we encourage you to come any way you are comfortable. We see shorts, jeans, t-shirts and even sports jackets.
Pastor Ron, in his most charming and informal fashion, provides a scripture reading and a brief message for the day.
After the sermon, we use a Contemporary Affirmation of Faith recited in unison before getting to our Sending song and the benediction. We are finished about 10:15.
Everyone is then invited to fellowship and coffee.
We invite you to attend as often as you would like, whether by yourself or with family, friends or neighbors. You are always welcome and it is even ok to come in late.
We have people at the door who will cordially welcome you, answer your questions and help you to feel that this is your place to worship and praise God.
Many of us have found that the modern praise music affords us a unique opportunity to worship God in a moving manner and get more personally involved in this service than in traditional services.