Skip Navigation

First Sunday of Advent
Sunday, December 1, 2019

We’ll light the first candle on the Advent wreath and begin our season of expecting God's miracles. Trinity Brass will provide music as we celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion together as a community.

Second Sunday of Advent
Sunday, December 9, 2019

As we light the second candle on the advent wreath, our children will share a message through song and story during the 9:30 worship service. The Children’s Pageant is titled “Sleepover at the Stable,” a children’s Christmas fantasy by Douglas J Eboch.

Third Sunday of Advent
Sunday, December 15, 2019

Trinity Handbells will enliven our 9:30 service, and Chancel Choir will provide a glimpse of the cantata to come! Don't miss the lighting of the third Advent candle and celebrating the season at Breakfast with Santa - right after second service.

Service of the Longest Night
Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 6:30pm

We'll take time out of the busy season for a quiet Christmas service with musical interludes for reflection. Sometimes life circumstances keep us from fully entering into the joyous energy of the season, if we've just lost a loved one or a job, ended a relationship or gotten life-changing bad news. This service is a reminder that God's light comes to find us even in dark times.

Fourth Sunday of Advent
Sunday, December 22, 2019

The timeless story of the birth of Christ will be presented in this year’s cantata, “Invitation To A Miracle.” Gathered around the wonders that accompanied Jesus’ birth, this cantata journeys from the miracle of prophecy to the glorious proclamation of this most significant moment. In the story, we celebrate faith, hope, peace, love, joy, light and life. Musicians of Trinity’s congregation, both vocalists and instrumentalists, invite you to this year’s cantata - offered during both Sunday worship services.

Christmas Eve
Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Trinity will have three opportunities for members, friends and guests to worship on Christmas Eve. Each service will
have its own unique offerings.

  • 12:00p — This midday service will celebrate the birth of Christ with the scripture story, carols, communion and candle lighting. Please invite people who need to honor the season during their lunch break or don't want to go out at night!
  • 4:00p — This service will be especially geared for families with young children, including children's time that will create an informal pageant activity, a baptism, carols and candle lighting.
  • 7:00p — At our last service of the evening, we'll share the traditional scripture lessons and carols, with music from the Chancel Choir. All ages are welcome to this service which will conclude by sharing the light of Christ with candles.