Category Archives: Worship

Christmas Worship 2019

We gather on Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24th, for two worship services. At 5:00 pm, we have a reflective family service with carols and communion. At 7:00 pm, we have a traditional candle-lighting service of carols and communion with festive music led by choir, bells, and organ. Please join us for either service as we celebrate Christ’s incarnation.

(There is not a service at Trinity on Christmas Day.)

Trinity’s pastoral and administrative staff wish you a blessed Christmas season as we celebrate the birth of Jesus.

Orange Shirt Day

September 30th is “Orange Shirt Day”. The orange shirt symbolizes that which was lost due to residential schools, and to shows our support for survivors.  We will recognize Orange Shirt Day at Trinity on Sunday, September 29th. Consider wearing orange to worship that day!

Rally Sunday

Trinity’s Rally Day with Blessing of the Backpacks will be on Sunday, September 8th. Children are invited to bring their school backpacks for a special blessing in worship.

Please also consider picking up a backpack for our friends at oneROOF as Rally Day approaches. All backpacks can be left at the donation basket in the Katie Luther Room leading up to Rally Day.

Also, on Rally Day we will have a hot dog lunch after worship. Please join us as we kick off another programming year at Trinity!

The Three Days

The Three Days, the Triduum, is the period of three days that begins with the liturgy in the evening of Maundy Thursday, and reaches its apex with the Easter Vigil liturgy on Saturday
evening. It recalls the passion, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. Please join us you are able.

  • Maundy Thursday, April 18th, 7:00 pm. We gather for confession and forgiveness, and
    foot-washing, as we remember Jesus’ commandment to love one another.
  • Good Friday, April 19th, 10:00 am. We contemplate the Passion of Jesus through the words of the Gospel of John, and the solemn reproaches of the cross.
  • Easter Vigil, April 20th, 7:00 pm. We gather on Saturday night around a pillar of fire to
    hear the ancient stories of our faith, aflame with the good news of the resurrection.