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At Trinity Church we come from different backgrounds and experiences, but we come together because we’ve found some things that are important to us… real relationships and a caring community. We’ve also found something so much bigger than ourselves — a way to grow a deeper relationship with God.

Trinity Church is more than our buildings. We are a group of people who come together to leave some sort of mark on the world around us. Our faith touches everything we do and we’d like to share that with you.

 

Where should I park?
Trinity has two parking lots; one is located at 1108 N. Adams Street and the other is located at 743 W. 11th Street (about a block and half from the church).

Old Swedes has a parking lot located at 606 N. Church Street

Where’s the entrance to the church?
For Sunday services, we have two doors that enter the building.  Both doors face N. Adams Street.  Once you enter, you will be greeted by ushers.

Old Swedes’ entry is located in the bell tower.  From the parking lot, enter the church grounds and follow the brick path to the bell tower.  Once you are inside a greeter will greet you.

When and where are services?
Trinity offers several options for your Sunday worship.  We have an 8am service, 10:30am service, Noon service (in Spanish). We also have one service at 9:30am at Old Swedes.  All four services include music, Holy Eucharist and a time for fellowship following each service.  The 8am service is the only service without childcare available.

What are services like?
To first-time non-Episcopalian visitors, our services may seem like a lot of standing, kneeling, sitting and singing. Feel free to participate as much or as little as you wish. You’ll be given an easy-to-follow bulletin so at any given point in the service, you’ll know where we are. You are welcome to take communion, we have gluten free hosts available.  You are also welcome to come forward to receive a blessing from the priest instead of communion. Or if you’d like to just sit quietly and take it all in, that’s okay, too.

Must I identify myself as a newcomer?
We hope that you find us to be a friendly congregation—we want you to feel as comfortable as possible when you visit our services. While we would love a chance to meet you, you don’t have to identify yourself as a visitor. You can slip into a worship service and check us out without identifying yourself to anyone, if that is what you choose. You’ll have the opportunity during the services to fill out a welcome card, where you can give as little or as much information about yourself as you wish.  We will have a member of our newcomer committee available after the service to greet you and introduce you to others during the coffee hour.

What’s available for my children?
We have a staffed nursery available at the 10:30am and noon service.  We have Sunday school for children in pre-K to 6th grade.  We also have a soft space up close to the altar for little ones to use with parents close by.  We welcome children in our services and invite you to decide how you would like to have them participate.

 

 

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