Worship Services are held every Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. and 10:15 a.m.
Communion is served on the first and third Sunday of each month and all festival Sundays.
A picnic is held the fourth Sunday of June at the South Mountain Fairgrounds. By mid-June, our summer schedule begins with worship at 9:00 a.m. The fall schedule generally begins the Sunday after Labor Day and will resume Sunday, September 7.
Sunday Church School ...
Classes for children and adults are held Sunday mornings from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m. Children’s classes are organized according to age. Adult classes explore topics ranging from the Bible to everyday life. (There is "No" Sunday School during the summer schedule.)
There's Something for Everyone at Sunday School!
Trinity offers Christian education for every grade level, from preschool to Grade 12, and then a variety of classes for adults.
- Toddlers are led by Phyllis Knouse in the nursery.
- Preschoolers through Grade 5 join Audrey Ridinger and Josie Pelc, who teach the "Sparks" Sunday School curriculum in the Social Room.
- Youth of Confirmation Age meet in the Adult Sunday School Room with Lisa Robey.
- High School Students meet in the Library with John Menges and Jeff Kane. This class is for young men and women "finding themselves". School can be a tough place for Christians trying to live with integrity.
Adult Sunday School Classes ...
The Golden Rule Class and Kitchen Class: These two classes have combined for Sunday School and meet in the Adult Sunday School Room. They use articles and study guides from "The Lutheran" magazine to explore contemporary issues in the church and society. The combined class is led by Margie Elliott. Outside of class, the members of the Golden Rule Class provide support at the Gettysburg Soup Kitchen and get together for a monthly lunch.
Faith Seekers: Led by Dick Price, this class meets in the room at the top of the stairs next to the church offices. This is an adult discussion class that studies different books of the Bible and how they relate in our lives today.