LOVE

Classic Worship
We gather for Classic Worship each Sunday at 11:15am to be graced, challenged, and energized to be God’s peace and justice in the world. 
Whether you’re most comfortable in jeans or your “Sunday best,” we hope you’ll join us; we know God cares more about what we carry in our hearts than what we look like. Children are most welcome in worship, or you may leave your child in the company of our competent, kind and skilled child-care workers in our nursery, located on the main floor.

Band-Led Worship
Our Band-Led Worship Gathering continues each week and we are ready to see you! Join us every Sunday at 9:00am. All welcome! Click here for more on Facebook.

Worship during the month of September will focus on Love Naturally. Join us!

Sacraments
With many other Protestants, United Methodists recognize the two sacraments in which Christ has participated in: Baptism and The Lord's Supper.

Baptism
Baptism is a symbol of new life and a sign of God's love and forgiveness of sin.  Baptism joins us with the body of Christ everywhere.  Persons of any age can be baptized.  We baptize by sprinkling, immersion or pouring.
 
The Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion, Eucharist)
The Lord's Supper is a holy meal of bread and wine (grape juice, for us) that recalls the life, death and resurrection of Jesus and celebrates the unity of all the members of God's family.  By sharing this meal, we give thanks for Christ's sacrifice and are nourished and empowered to go into the world in mission and ministry.   We practice "open Communion," welcoming all who love Christ, or who want to love Christ more, and who seek to live in peace with one another.  At Trinity, Holy Communion is offered the first Sunday of each month.
 


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Hospitality Statement

Trinity United Methodist Church celebrates the diversity of the human community, and affirms the sacred worth of each person as a recipient of God’s love and grace. As disciples of Jesus Christ, we declare ourselves to be an open and inclusive congregation, and welcome into full participation all persons regardless of gender, race, national origin, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status or economic condition.