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Worship This Week

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Worship takes place in Trinity’s historic sanctuary at 8:30 am and 11:00 am. These services of worship are traditional in nature, with a central focus on the reading and proclamation of God’s word. Our primary resource for congregational singing is the Evangelical Lutheran Worship resource. The sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month at both services.

Music and Worship Committee
The purpose of the Worship and Music Committee is to oversee, in consultation with the pastors and the organist-choirmaster, the corporate worship life and the music programs of the congregation. The committee provides assistance in planning and preparing for worship services

The committee acts on behalf of the Vestry to:


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Members of Trinity’s choir sing Harry Sykes’s anthem “Into the Woods” during worship on Good Friday, 2019. Dr. Sykes was a former director of music at Holy Trinity and we are grateful to Dr. Karl Moyer for locating a copy of this anthem in the estate of Carl Schroeder.

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