WORSHIP WITH US
Until such time as we can all be together again,
please join us on Sundays for online worship.
Stay tuned for updates and stay safe, sane,
and remember you are loved.
February 17, 2021, 7 p.m.
This worship is a live service (no video link). Please join us via Zoom at the link below.
You may also find the worship link on our Trinity Calendar page.
December 24, 2020
The Longest Night
December 16, 2020
WORLD COMMUNION SUNDAY
(October 4, 2020)
SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
(September 27, 2020)
(not during pandemic)
8:30 - Worship Service
9:45 - The Learning Hour
Lectionary Class: Trinity Room
Led by Jim Kisner and Jack Presseau -
Bible study of the Scripture passages used in Sunday worship services. (May not meet during Ohmann Lecture Series or other special events.)
Hashing It Out: Lounge
A more freeform discussion group of friends in faith who offer support, wisdom, and humor to one another.
Issues & Concerns: Room 207
Led by various class members -
A discussion-oriented class that tackles contemporary, social justice, and philosophical issues of interest to people of faith. Previous topics have included human trafficking, climate change, death with dignity, and mental health, among others. (May not meet during Ohmann Lecture Series or other special events.)
Special Events & Lecture Series: Fellowship Hall
Trinity periodically hosts special guest educators and video series programs.
Recent events include:
On Eagles Wings - a Charlotte-based human-trafficking prevention non-profit
More Light Presbyterians, featuring Rev. Alex McNeill - LGBTQ advocacy
Paris to Pittsburgh - Film about climate change
Rabbi Bentley - A lecture series on the history of the Middle East
For Children and Youth:
9:45 - Youth Assembly with Rev. Dwight Christenbury (Sanctuary)
10:00 - Sunday School Classes
Young Children (Pre-K through K): Room 203
Elementary (Grade 1-5): Room 103
Youth (Grade 6 and up): Room 101
10:30 - Choir Rehearsal
In addition to regular Wednesday Night rehearsals, the choir meets for a "brush-up" rehearsal a half-hour before the 11 o'clock service.
11:00 - Worship Service
12:00 - Trinity 30 (Atrium)
Join us after 11:00am worship for coffee, snacks, and the chance to get to know others in our congregation better.
12:30 - Out to Lunch Bunch
The "Out to Lunch Bunch" meets weekly after worship at area restaurants to enjoy each other's company. Restaurants announced weekly in the bulletin.
RESOURCES & DETAILS
- Every First Sunday of the Month
We celebrate the sacrament of communion each month. The congregation remains seated and bread and non-alcoholic wine are passed around.
Bread: When the bread is passed, we take and hold it until all are served, then eat it together at the same time as a symbol of our unity in Christ.
Wine: When the wine is passed, we drink on our own as a symbol of our individual relationship with Christ.
Our Hymnal - "Glory to God"
Glory to God is the new Presbyterian hymnal, published in 2013. It contains 853 hymns, psalms, and songs. About 400 hymns are carried over from the 1990 blue hymnal. There are more than 450 new hymns that come from older Presbyterian hymnals, other songbooks, and individual composers and authors.
Glory to God includes a complete Psalter of singable Psalms and enough music for a complete Taizé service. There are liturgical texts to serve as a model for Reformed worship, and a brief note is included with each hymn, providing information about its music, theology, or history.
Glory to God reflects the diversity of the church, incorporating many different musical styles: traditional, spirituals, folk, gospel, jazz, contemporary, and global music are all well-represented.
If you'd like to practice hymns, check out Hymnary.org where you can view, read texts, and listen to recordings of hymns from "Glory to God".
Bulletin information projected on our sanctuary screens:
- responsive readings
for your convenience (or if you wish to forgo taking a bulletin and save a tree!)
Accessibility & Assistive Resources
Our bodies are all part of the body of Christ.
Let us know how we can help YOUR body be comfortable, safe, and welcome
- Eyes: Large Print Bulletins
- Ears: Hearing Assistive Devices
- Hands: Worship Activity Bags or Knitting Projects for fidgets
- Feet: Ramps and Accessible Parking
- Hearts: Prayer Shawls (for those in need of a warm hug)