SERVICES AT TRINITY
Everyone is welcome to take communion at Trinity, regardless of denomination.
Babies and children are welcome at all services to make a joyful noise with the rest of the congregation.
SPOKEN EUCHARIST (RITE I)
This service is a full Eucharistic service, without music. The language is the more formal language of the Rite 1 service (thee, thou, livest & reignest).
CHORAL EUCHARIST (RITE II) AND CHILDREN'S CHAPEL
A full Eucharistic service featuring music by the St. Gregory's choir for children & youth. Young children may also leave this service during the sermon to attend Children's Chapel (with an age appropriate homily and craft), and return for communion.
CHORAL EUCHARIST (RITE I)
A full Eucharistic service with the adult choir and formal language of the Rite I service (thee, though, livest & reignest). On feast days, incense is used.
CHURCH DOWN UNDER
This is our interactive family service. While children are always welcome at all services, the Church Down Under provides a relaxed and interactive way to introduce children to church. Children are encouraged to take part by ringing bells, writing prayer cards, and generally being inquisitive.
Evensong takes place on the first, third, and fifth Sundays of each month at 5:00pm (September through May). A 45-minute service of sacred music, meditation and prayer. One of the most beautiful, contemplative liturgies in the Anglican tradition. All responses and prayers are sung. You're invited to explore the mystery of faith, quiet serenity, sacred space and ancient tradition of Choral Evensong.
Taizé takes place on the second Sunday of each month at 5:00pm. Taizé Prayer is a meditative service of ritual, reverence and simplicity which originated in Taizé, France in 1940. This service consists of music, song, gospel readings, quiet meditation, chants and veneration of the cross.
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Mondays through Fridays in Bishop Brooke Chapel.
PRAY THE ROSARY
Pray the Rosary on Mondays in Lady Chapel.
Wednesdays in Bishop Brooke Chapel.
Tuesdays & Thursdays in Bishop Brooke Chapel.
Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals
The Celebration and Blessing of a Marriage is and should be a joyful affair. It is one of the high points of life as before God you take someone to be your spouse. The wedding happens in a context that often presents bewildering details and decisions.
Planning a funeral is a stressful process. At Trinity we want to relieve as much of that burden as possible and help you make informed decisions regarding all aspects of the service. Click here for a guide to planning a funeral or memorial, including appropriate legal documents, music and readings for the service.