What to expect at Trinity Anglican Church

What time do services start?
Sunday services begin at 10 a.m.
Adult Forum meets for Bible study at 8:30 a.m. each Sunday before Church.
We meet also each Wednesday at noon for prayer and communion.
What do I wear?
Anything you’re comfortable in. Casual wear is fine, so is a suit and tie. We just ask that it be church-respectable. After all, we are coming into God’s presence and we want to be presentable.
Where do I park?
Right in front. We have plenty of parking and, in fact, have reserved spaces in front for first-time guests.
What’s your service like?
Our service is a rich blend of ancient prayers and contemporary and traditional music. We focus on scripture and communion. Our service is liturgical, interactive and Spirit-filled.
What’s your music like?
We do “blended worship” which means we mix our music between contemporary and traditional hymns. We also have an adult and children’s choir.
How long is the service?
Usually an hour and 15 minutes.
What do you do for my children?
All of our teachers and helpers have been trained and passed a stringent Ministry Safe program of background checks and training.
Infants through age 2 – we offer a Nursery every Sunday and for most non-Sunday church events.
Children age 3 through fifth grade – we invite into the service for singing and Scripture readings. Following a Children’s Sermon, they go to a class where they share a lesson and video. They then return to the service to share Communion with their family.
How does Communion work?
All baptized Christians are welcome and encouraged to come forward each Sunday for Communion. This is a time for our family meal which reminds us that we are not just God’s children, we’re also brothers and sisters to each other. As an alternative, we invite those who aren’t baptized or those Christians who don’t feel they should partake of Communion that Sunday to come forward for a blessing from the priest.
What else happens?
Following the service, we have a time of fellowship with coffee and donut holes – we call it our “Holey Donut Ministry.”

The second Sunday each month, we have our monthly Pot Luck lunch. Each family brings enough to share.