Worship at Trinity


What is Lutheran worship, you ask?

Dr. Norm Nagel offers perhaps the best description in the introduction to the Lutheran Worship hymnal. He writes:

The rhythm of our worship is from him to us, and then from us back to him. He gives his gifts, and together we receive and extol them. We build one another up as we speak to one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs. Our Lord gives us his body to eat and his blood to drink. Finally his blessing moves us out into our calling, where his gifts have their fruition. How best to do this we may learn from his Word and from the way his Word has prompted his worship through the centuries. We are heirs of an astonishing rich tradition. Each generation receives from those who went before and, in making that tradition of the Divine Service its own, adds what best may serve in its own day – the living heritage and something new.

Dr. Norm Nagel, Lutheran Worship hymnal

Worship Times


8:30 a.m. / 11:00 a.m.


6:30 p.m.

Christian Education for all ages every Sunday at 9:45 a.m.

Service Descriptions

At Trinity, we offer three opportunities to come together for worship. The subject and content of Pastor Bill Crowe’s sermon is consistent in all three of our services. His messages are informative and uplifting, straight from the Bible for living today.


8:30 a.m.

Traditional Worship Service with Holy Communion

Our Traditional services at Trinity can best be described as an “Easter celebration every Sunday.” In this service, we unabashedly project the historic liturgy on the wall and enthusiastically participate in the Divine Service with upbeat hymns led by our organ, with all the energy you would expect on Easter morning. If you are familiar with and love traditional worship, this service is for you. If the term “historic liturgy” means nothing to you, but you love Scripture and an honest approach to who we are and what we are here for, you will quickly fall in love with this service.


11:00 a.m.

Contemporary Worship Service with Holy Communion

Our Contemporary services at Trinity can best be described as “old and new.” In this service, it’s old in that it still has the rhythm of a church service (because it still is church!) We have maintained all the traditional components of worship. However, it is also new in that we have updated the language and music to make it more accessible for people who are new to the church or just prefer a more modern experience . If you like radio-worthy Christian Contemporary music done with excellence, and you love church, this service is for you. If you are a traditionalist, but the late service is a better fit for your schedule, you may be surprised how easy it is to have fulfilling worship at this service.


6:30 p.m.

Traditional Worship Service with Holy Communion

Our Monday Night services at Trinity can best be described as “relaxed retro.” In this service, the entire liturgy is sung, just like it would have been in the early church. However, that does not mean this service is stiff and antiquated. This service is a lot smaller, not in a hurry, and offers an opportunity to hear the Word of the Lord in a new and thoughtful way. If you are unable to attend weekend church, or are looking for a weeknight escape from the drama of the world to experience the peace of the Lord, you will love this service.

In All Services

Children are welcome. Come as you are. Go in peace and serve the Lord. Thanks be to God.

Ready to visit?

We would love to have you join us! Sometimes visiting a new church can be a bit overwhelming. Below you will find information to help you feel more at home.

Our Beliefs

Our Core Values Include:

  • Word and Sacrament Ministry- proclaiming a message of hope and eternal salvation through grace alone, faith alone, and scripture alone.
  • Christian Education- Biblical values are taught and reinforced by our members, families, teachers, and pastors.
  • Relational- welcoming, forgiving, caring, and fostering loving relationships.
  • Service- empowering and equipping people to make a difference in the world
Communion Policy

Communion is celebrated every Sunday.  We want you to feel welcome, loved, and know that we care deeply about you, your salvation, and your spiritual health. Therefore, we adhere to a communion policy that is in accordance with God’s Word and our understanding of it as Missouri Synod Lutherans.

God’s Word teaches that partaking of the Lord’s Supper in an unworthy manner can result in God’s judgement instead of a blessing. So, we urge those who wish to participate to examine themselves as the Scriptures direct (1 Corinthians 10:14-22, 11:23-34). The Lord’s Supper is celebrated in the confession and confidence that our Lord gives us not only bread and wine but His very body and blood to eat and to drink for the forgiveness of sins and to strengthen our union with Him and with one another. Our Lord invites to His table those who are baptized, trust His words, repent of all sin, set aside any refusal to forgive and love as He forgives and loves us, and desire with God’s help to conform their life to His Word.

Participation in Holy Communion is also a profound proclamation of unity in faith (1 Corinthians 10:15-18; Acts 2:42-47). In sharing Christ’s body and blood at this altar, we indicate our common commitment to the teachings of Christianity as taught in this congregation. Anyone who is not yet instructed in the faith, in doubt of or in disagreement with what our church teaches is welcome to come forward and signal their desire to receive a blessing by crossing their hands over their heart.

We invite you to prepare with the following questions:

  1. Do I admit that I am a sinful person in need of God’s love and forgiveness?
  2. Do I trust that Jesus is God’s Son my Savior?
  3. Do I believe Jesus’ promise – that with the bread and wine He declares, “This is My Body, given for you…This is My Blood, shed for you”?
  4. Do I desire, by the Holy Spirit’s power, to live in a closer relationship with Jesus Christ?
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