Beginning September 11th, Worship Services will be held every Sunday morning at 8:00 am and 10:15 am.
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 Fairground. The following Sunday begins our summer schedule with worship at 9:00 am. The fall schedule begins the Sunday after Labor Day.
Sunday Church School
Classes for children and adults are held Sunday mornings from 8:45 to 9:45 am. Children’s classes are organized according to age. Adult classes explore topics ranging from the Bible to everyday life.
There's Something for Everyone at Sunday School
Trinity offers Christian education for every grade level, from preschool to Grade 12, and then a wide variety of classes adults.
Toddlers are led by Phyllis Knouse in the nursery.
Preschoolers through Grade 4 join Audrey Ridinger who teaches "One Room Schoolhouse" in the Social Room.
Grades 5 through 6 meet in the Adult Sunday School Room with Lisa Robey.
Those in Grades 7 and 8 are preparing for confirmation with Pastor Blezard and Deana Wolfe. They meet in the library.
High School students meet in the Adult Sunday School Room 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: Led by Creta Jacobs in the Adult Sunday School Room. This class uses Augsburg Bible Studies, and outside of class supports the Gettysburg Soup Kitchen and has a monthly lunch.
The Kitchen Class: Led by Margie Elliott, in the Adult Sunday School Room. This class uses articles and study guides from The Lutheran magazine to explore contemporary issues in church and society.
Faith Seekers: Led by Kathy Sanders and Dick Price, meets in the Office. This is an adult discussion class that studies different books of the Bible and how they relate in our lives today. Uses Lifeguide Bible Sunday Series.
The Generation X Class: Led by Marie Levenstein, in the Gen-X Room, next to the Office. This fall the Gen-X class will explore Benedictine spirituality and disciplines using the book, St. Benedict's Toolbox.