Sunday worship

Trinity worships on Sundays at 10:00 a.m.

Our style is a mosaic of traditional, new, creative, and experimental worship styles.

The pastors and the leaders prioritize hospitality and welcome for newcomers and constantly pursue creating spaces and times for opportunities to connect. Sunday worship is welcoming, we use name tags, we pass the peace of Christ, we have welcome gift bags at our Connect table, and we have a delightful coffee hour after worship.

Communion is served the first Sunday of each month, and is available to all who confess faith in Jesus Christ and are old enough to understand the meaning of the sacrament.

Our sanctuary is on the second floor of the building and it is wheelchair accessible by way of our elevator.

If you have children, we have classes during worship. All ages begin in worship together, then after the children's message the children are dismissed to their classes. To learn more about the classes click here.

Family Worship Sunday

On the last Sunday of each month children kindergarten and up remain in worship with their parents instead of being excused to their own classes. Engaging music, a children's message, thematic worship packets and often activity stations are available to engage them in the message and scripture for the day. 

Worship Arts
Trinity uses creative and performance arts of all kinds to honor and praise God in worship. All ages are welcomed and encouraged to participate in drama, dance sound and media tech, visual art, band, choir and other special music. If you have a gift that you would like us to know about and a desire to share it, please contact Kristan Verveniotis, Worship Coordinator at

Hearing Assistance
Trinity is equipped with a T-Coil Hearing Loop for optimal hearing. 

Upcoming Worship Schedule


February 25 - Lamentations 2 with Pastor Mary

March 4 - Lamentations 3 with Pastor Kurt

March 11 - Lamentations 4 with Pastor Kurt

March 18 - Lamentations 5 with Soong Chan Rah

March 25 - Mark 11:1-11 with Pastor Mary

Easter - April 1 - Mark 16:1-8 with Pastor Mary