Questions about Sundays?

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At Trinity on the Hill, we love to worship God and we invite you to join us either on Sunday morn­ing or at one of our mid-week services. The Wor­ship Here menu above has more detailed information on each ser­vice we offer.

As we wor­ship, we unite our­selves with others to acknowledge the holiness of God, to hear God’s Word, to offer prayer, and to cele­brate the Sacraments.

In the Eucharist, which is also called Communion, Mass, or the Lord’s Supper, we believe the ben­fits we receive are the for­give­ness of our sins, the strengthen­ing of our union with Christ and one another, and the fore­taste of the heav­enly banquet which is our nourishment in eter­nal life.

Through wor­shipping God and meet­ing Christ in the Eucharist, we are given the strength to repre­sent Christ and his Church; to bear witness to him wher­ever we may be; and, accord­ing to the gifts given us, to carry on Christ’s work of reconcilia­tion in the world.

Whether you are a sea­soned Chris­t­ian, or a seeker look­ing to expe­ri­ence God for the first time, you are welcome to worship with us and feast at the table of the Lord.

*Information from the Out­line of the Faith found in the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church.

Where is Trinity on the Hill located?

We are located on the corner of Diamond and Trinity Drive. The easiest parking lot to access is on Trinity Drive, across from the hospital. For a map and more contact information, click here.

What does worship look like at Trinity on the Hill?

We are a liturgical church, which means we follow a historic pattern of worship used since the earliest days of Christianity. As Episcopalians, we use the Book of Common Prayer at our services. The services are usually an hour long, though sometimes they can go about 70 minutes long. We sing hymns, hear three different readings from Scripture, listen to a sermon, pray for the needs of our community and the world, and share in the bread and wine of the Eucharist.

Is there a dress code?

People come to worship dressed in a wide variety of clothing. Some come in jeans and a t-shirt, some come in suit and tie. Some even come in shorts during the winter! However you dress, you will find yourself welcomed by our community without question.

What do you offer for children on Sunday mornings?For newborns up to the age of 5, we have a nursery that operates at both services. Parents are invited to use the nursery how they see fit. Some parents have their children in the nursery the entire service. Some parents retrieve their children halfway through the service so the children can receive the Eucharist. Some children don’t go to the nursery. At Trinity on the Hill, children are welcome to be in the sanctuary for the whole service. We aren’t afraid or bothered by the noise and the wiggles of little children!

We have Sunday School for children ages 6 until 12. For more information, visit Children’s Ministry.

At the 10:30am service, there is a Children’s Sermon followed by Children’s Chapel in our historic St. Athanasius Chapel. The children who attend Children’s Chapel will return to the sanctuary before the celebration of the Eucharist.