Our regular worship centers on the Eucharist, and we use the services from the Book of Common Prayer. There are two services on Sunday morning – 8:00 a.m., which uses traditional language and has no singing; and 10:00 a.m., which uses contemporary language. Music is an integral part of the worship at the 10:00 service.
In addition, Holy Trinity holds joint worship services on Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. with Holy Nativity Lutheran Church in Wenonah. Holy Trinity hosts the services on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month. There is a full Eucharist at each service.
The majority of the music sung at Holy Trinity comes from the Episcopal Hymnal 1982. We supplement that with our songbook, the blue binder in the pews, which draws from a variety of sources. Songs that are familiar to Roman Catholics, Protestants, and Pentecostals are found throughout.
You will notice that we stand, sit or kneel at different times during the service. In general we “Sit for instruction, kneel for private or penitential prayer, and stand for corporate prayer and praise.” These are guidelines, not requirements and you are welcome to follow whatever customs you are comfortable with.
Communion is open to all baptized Christians, regardless of denomination or age. We believe this is the Lord's table, not the Episcopal church's and all are welcome to it's feast. Children are also welcome and encouraged to receive communion. However, we believe in the right of a parent to make the decision as to when their child receives. If you would prefer them to receive a blessing, the proper form is to fold the arms across the chest.