Worship Services


Sunday worship at Trinity Presbyterian Church begins at 10:30 AM in the Sanctuary. The services last approximately one hour. Music is a big part of worship at Trinity! We have an outstanding choir and also include a good deal of congregational singing such as hymns, responses, etc. typically accompanied by the organ. The structure of our worship service is based on Reformed/Presbyterian patterns of worship that strike a balance between traditional order and contemporary language.  

We typically celebrate the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper (sometime called “communion”) on the first Sunday of the month. As Presbyterians we believe in an “open table” meaning that all are welcome to participate in the sacrament, regardless of what church background you come from.

Gather! Worship

Sundays at 5:00 p.m. in McKinney Hall

Gather! Worship is a more contemporary service, led by a band and featuring Christian praise music, prayer, scripture reading, and a sermon. 

We’ll have order of worship and the words to the music on the screen, feel free to sing as much as you feel comfortable. This service takes place in McKinney Hall and lasts about an hour.

Children are welcome to worship with us, and we have a nursery for the littlest ones. Check with a greeter or usher when you arrive and they’ll point you in the right direction.


At Trinity Presbyterian Church, we believe that children belong in worship! We also recognize that children at different ages and stages have different needs.

Our nursery is available for infants and toddlers. Our caring nursery staff members are available on Sunday mornings starting at 8:45. We utilize a silent paging service for your children’s protection and your ease of mind.

Children age 3 through grade 1 are invited to sit with their parents during the first part of the worship service and then come forward for the children’s message. After the children’s message, they may proceed to Children’s Church with an adult volunteer.

For children in first grade and above, we encourage their full participation in the worship service. This means that parents have to help their children to be engaged and take on the challenging — but rewarding — task of parenting in the pew. If a child needs to leave the worship service for any reason, parents may take them to Fellowship Hall where there is a live audio and video feed.

If you would like any more information about how children are part of the worshiping body at Trinity, please see our Director of Children’s Ministry, Mrs. Katie Boyd Beacham.