Following our mission, Holy Trinity offers a spiritual home which is a safe Christian community for individuals to grow in faith from their drinking of “spiritual milk” to chewing on “spiritual meat”. We are mission driven – internally to grow deeper in faith, love and service – and externally to grow in witness, evangelism and service.
Central to our life together are the opportunities for congregational worship. All our worship is centered in the Word, Sacraments (Baptism and Communion), prayer and music.
Each service includes the children. While our services are called “traditional” and “contemporary”, the primary difference is the musical instruments utilized and the use of technology.
- 8:30 AM — Traditional hymnody and liturgy service with organ/piano music (all year)
- 10:00 AM — Sunday School, all ages (September – June)
- 11:15 AM — Contemporary hymnody with praise team, drums, guitars and audio-visual display (September – June)
- 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM — Summer Outdoor Service held on the front lawn with praise team and live ensemble (Begins June 17th – August)
During the Summer, these service times replace the 11:15 AM service and there is no Sunday School)
Sunday School for ages 2 years (nursery available) to adult.
Held Sundays from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (September – June)
Tables of 8 Bible Studies – Led by members. Meets on various days/times (September – June). Pastor’s Study Tuesday 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM meets year round.
Prayer Ministry Daily circle of prayer and personal requests during worship
Youth Ministry – L.O.U.D. (Living Our Ultimate Destiny). Engages youth grades 6 – 12 in activities of fellowship, study, service, and worship opportunities.
Holy Trinity Christian Day School (Preschool/After Care) – Throughout the year, weekdays 6:30 AM – 6:30 PM. Providing care services and early childhood-to-preschool learning for ages 2, 3 and 4. Also offering before/after school care for ages 5 – 6th grade to local public schools. http://holytrinitychildcare.org/
Sunday Servants – Assisting the needs of the worship service
Mission Trips – Yearly for youth and adults
Fundraising – Laurel Advocacy and Referral (LARS), World Hunger, Disaster Relief, Malaria Campaign, and Mission trips.
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Community Organizations – Many non-profit groups meet at Holy Trinity including NA (Narcotics Anon): GA (Gamblers Anon); Boy and Girls Scouts