What is it like to worship at Trinity?  

When you walk into our sanctuary you will be greeted by a friendly person who will give you a worship leaflet.  It is your guide for our service.  We're what's called a liturgical church so our worship life is guided by liturgies, rooted in the ancient church yet refreshed by the ongoing work of the Spirit.  There will be prayer, a sermon, quiet calm, and even laughter sometimes.  The text for the liturgy will be in the Worship leaflet.

We sing a lot and we still use hymnals. We're a sacramental church.  You will be welcomed to participate fully in the worship service, including coming forward to the altar for the Eucharist/Holy Communion/Lord's Supper. We invite you to Christ's table. We mean it when we say 'All Are Welcome'. 

It is our hope that you will experience the unconditional welcome and warmth that we believe is of God, in Christ Jesus.  

What about my kids?

Children  gather in the sanctuary with their families to worship together.  Following the Prayer of the Day and a children's message with a lay leader or pastor.  There is a space in the midst of the assembly where there are quiet toys for children to play and books to read should that be helpful. Colouring pages for the younger ones and a children's bulletin for kids 8-12 are also supplied. It is our desire to have a Sunday School once again and are looking for the right person to fill this position. You are welcome to worship with us. Kids are a gift and we love their presence in our services. 

Where do I park?

If you need level parking, please park behind the church.  Parking is available on both sides of the street on Angus and 5th.  There is also room in the Court House parking lot across from the front entrance of Trinity.

What do I wear?

There is no special dress code at Trinity. We have many who wear jeans and t-shirts and many who wear their Sunday best. Please dress as you are comfortable. Comfort is the key here.

How can I get connected?

Every Sunday following worship, there is a time for refreshments.  Our church family sits down together and catches up on what's going on.  It's a great opportunity for someone new to the community to get to know others.  It's a very welcoming group. Find a place to sit and introduce yourself to the person sitting next to you. Before you know it, a half hour has gone by and you've met someone new. 

Our community loves to meet new people.  Let us know if you would like to have a chat.  On this website are numerous opportunities for connecting with the community.  Feel free to check us out as you like or speak to one of our leaders. There's always someone around to answer your questions. Feel free to ask your questions at tea. The person that can answer might even be there.