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What to Expect

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…you are welcome to bring your infant into the worship center; sit in the meeting area or the nursery where the service can be heard over the PA. You can also request a nursery attendant and leave your infant with skilled and loving caregivers. Please ask an usher for assistance.

Children’s Sermon…
… We love having children in the worship center and have a Children’s Sermon during each service. The children join Pastor at the steps to the altar for a message designed just for them.

As you enter the Worship Center…
… greeters and ushers are available to assist you should you have any questions or special needs regarding seating or other general questions. Should special needs arise during the service, feel free to go to an usher to request assistance.

At the end of our worship service…
…we welcome our first time guests . We won’t put you on the spot or call you to the front just ask you to stand and introduce yourself if you feel comfortable doing so. Please fill out the guest register at the end of the bench requesting further information.

Our worship services…
. . . We worship at 8:15 am and 11:00 am on Sunday mornings. The first two Sundays at 8:15 and the last two Sundays at 11:00 worship is led by our Praise Choir with keyboard accompaniment. Praise and Worship songs make up most of the musical selections. The first two Sundays at 11:00 and the last two Sundays at 8:15 are traditional services accompanied by the organ. We also have a Saturday evening service at 6:00 pm that is Praise and Worship songs led by the keyboard. Pastor Schaeffer teaches each week messages from the scripture to challenge and inspires us to live out our faith in Jesus. Our main focus is that you would come in and be a part of worshiping God, singing to the audience of one, while experiencing life-changing fellowship and a challenging message.

After the service…
… we would love to meet you. Please introduce yourself to Pastor Schaeffer and talk to him about becoming involved at St. Trinity.