WORSHIP AT TRINITY
Trinity is deeply historical in the way our church looks, the songs we sing, and the way our service plays out. Many of the things we say, sing or do began in the church as early as the first century. For example, The Apostles Creed is one of the earliest written confessions of the Church. This history is a part of our church and ground us in the first Christian church.
Our service has a lot of activity. We use the Lutheran Service Book, which contains psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, to joyfully confess all that God has done for us and declare his praises. You will find moments of standing and sitting and responsive readings. This structure and activity is called “Liturgy.” Liturgy helps us as a congregation to pay attention as the service moves along, it is helpful for children because they can learn the service and participate and it reminds us that this is not just a show or entertainment to watch, but we desire participation as we listen,
sing, and hear God’s Word.