Image of Deacon Eileen Harvala holding the Gospel book.

The Rev. Eileen Harvala, Deacon, proclaims the Gospel.

Sunday Services: 10 a.m.

Our Sunday services are at 10 a.m. (in person or live streamed on YouTube). Worship leaflets can be found at Bulletins.

The service typically includes:

  • readings from Hebrew & Christian scriptures,

  • a selection from the Book of Psalms,

  • a sermon based on the day’s scriptures;

  • a celebration of communion (Holy Eucharist),

  • an affirmation of faith,

  • congregational prayers,

  • healing prayers at the altar, and

  • several congregational hymns and choral/musical offerings.

Participatory worship

Episcopal worship is participatory. We generally stand to sing, sit during readings and the sermon, and stand or kneel during prayer. Practices vary among individual Episcopalians in our own faith community. Some kneel or cross ourselves at various points in the service. These actions are personal aids to worship and are optional. Please, do what you find comfortable. As the Anglican saying goes, “All may, some should, none must.”

Lay Ministries

We believe in the ministry of all the baptized, and encourage people to participate in the many and varied ministries that Trinity has to offer, ranging from ushers, greeters, Altar Guild members, Lay Eucharistic Visitors, Eucharistic Ministers serving at the altar, reading from the scriptures or leading the Prayers of the People as intercessors, healing prayer ministers, choir members, and more . . . Our services thrive and are enlivened by all those who participate.

If you would like to learn more about ministries available, contact Father Cyprian (Phil) Boelter or Deacon Eileen Harvala.

All welcome to take communion

All are welcome to God's table to receive the bread and wine, or a blessing. If wanting a blessing just place your hands in a cross on your chest. You may take the bread and wine (in individual disposable and compostable cups), come forward for a blessing, or choose not to leave your seat at all. The communion table is God’s table, and God’s generosity is great. As our service says, “The table of bread and wine is now made ready. It is the table of company with Jesus, and all who love him. It is the table of sharing with the poor of the world, with whom Jesus identified himself. It is the table of communion with the earth, in which Christ became incarnate. So come to this table you who have much faith, and you who would like to have more; you who have been here often, and you who have not been for a long time; you who have tried to follow Jesus, and you who have failed; Come. It is Christ who invites us to meet him here.”