The heart of our life together is offering praise to God, through worship in the Anglican tradition.
Anglican worship is participatory: the whole community is actively involved in the service, through serving in various roles, saying prayers and responses, standing and kneeling, and singing. It’s ancient, with patterns and prayers that stretch back hundreds or even thousands of years in Christian history. It’s sacramental, which means that we often let actions and objects (like bread, wine, and water) speak louder than words. At Trinity, we also try to make worship beautiful and inclusive. Our gifted choir and musicians, our altar guild, and the cathedral building itself contribute to beautiful worship that touches all the senses, while our greeters and our members make sure to convey that every person who comes to worship is welcome in the name of Christ. Whoever you are, you are most welcome to come worship with us at Trinity.
Our main services happen every Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. At both services, we listen to scripture, hear a sermon, pray for our needs and the needs of the world, celebrate the Eucharist, and receive communion. And at 10:30, we also sing hymns and listen to our one of our choirs. You can view more information on Sundays here.
If you're in the downtown area and looking for a spiritual oasis in the middle of your day, come to one of our weekday eucharists. Services are quiet and spare, and they typically last 20 minutes or less. You can enter our Nativity Chapel through the red door on Capitol Avenue.
Tuesdays 12:10 p.m.
Wednesdays 5:45 p.m. (Cathedral)
Thursdays and Fridays 12:10 p.m.
We often have special worship services marking the church season or featuring wonderful choral music. There are also opportunities for you to serve in worship. You can browse upcoming events below, or view a complete list here.