Service Times

At the Church of the Holy Trinity, we are pleased to offer three different services on Sunday as well as services throughout the week. All of our services are held in the main church unless otherwise noted.



8:00 AM Said Eucharist

  A simple service of scriptures, prayers, sermon, and Holy Communion; usually under an hour.

10:00 AM Adult Christian Education
  For forty-five minutes each Sunday morning, we discuss scripture, a book, a theological theme or question, or explore some other topic of faith. Schedule can be seen here

11:00 AM Choral Eucharist

  A service with organ and choir music, congregational hymns, prayers, sermon, and Holy Communion; usually lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes. (Our choir is composed of 8 professional singers and volunteers.)

6:00 PM Community Eucharist

  An informal service with more contemporary music, songs, prayers, short sermon, and Holy Communion; usually about an hour.  In summer months, we worship in the front garden.



Monday through Thursday

8:30 AM Morning Prayer A twenty-minute service of scripture readings and prayers

Many of us look for spiritual practices that awaken us to God's presence and can also awaken the presence of Christ within us.  At Holy Trinity, we gather in the Memorial Chapel (within the main church worship space) and share in Morning Prayer. The service lasts about twenty minutes and includes readings from scripture, psalms, and prayers for ourselves and others. On Fridays and weekends, some of us read Morning Prayer, the Noonday Office, or Evening Prayer on our own, either using the Book of Common Prayer or an online resource such as Mission of St. Clare or Electronic Common Prayer. Some people come several days a week and others join us every few months.  Please feel free to drop in and see how we pray. 

Wednesday Nights

6:00 PM Evening Prayer A twenty-minute service of scripture readings and prayers

6:15 PM Said Eucharist with Prayers for Healing A simple service of scriptures, prayers, sermon, laying on of hands & healing prayer [for those who wish], and Holy Communion; usually about half an hour. You can read more about prayers for healing here.

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