While the freedom and diversity of United Methodist worship are greater than can be represented by any single order of worship, United Methodists also affirm a heritage of order and the importance of the specific guidance and modeling that an order of worship provides. Follow this link for more information on an order of Sunday Worship using the basic United Methodist pattern.
Worship at Trinity is central to our life together. Join us for a family friendly and multi-generational time of worship. We will sing, pray, and spend time in scripture. We come as we are, varied and diverse, sometimes in blue jeans, sometimes in ties, always to praise God. Nursery space for children available.
Our communion liturgy begins with words spoken on Jesus’ behalf inviting “all who love him, who earnestly repent of their sin, and seek to live in peace with one another.”
There are no conditions for church membership or completion of a class required.
The baptized present are all invited, even if they belong to a different church. Those not baptized are not barred from receiving, but “should be counseled and nurtured toward baptism as soon as possible,” This Holy Mystery advises.
Music is a vital part of our worship experience. The United Methodist Church today no longer has a hymn heritage that identifies and unifies us. Rather, we have a collection of national, regional, and local hymn heritages. We are as diverse in our hymn content and singing as we are in our languages, cultural, races, and geographical locations. This in part accounts for the proliferation of official and unofficial United Methodist hymnals and songbooks around the world in recent years.