So what is worship? The best way to discover is to join in and find out.
— N.T. Wright, Simply Christian
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Worship is at the heart of what we do here at Trinity. We gather each Sunday at 10am to sing and pray, to be still and silent, to listen to God's Word, to be fed at Christ's Table, to be with one another.  Worship reminds and reorients us to the big reality of who we are and who God is. All of what we do flows from this center.

So, come join us at 10am every Sunday.

Resurrection Sunday 2013
Worship names what matters most: the way human beings are created to reflect God’s glory by embodying God’s character in lives that seek righteousness and do justice. Such comprehensive worship redefines all we call ordinary. Worship turns out to be the dangerous act of waking up to God and to the purposes of God in the world, and then living lives that actually show it.
— Mark Labberton, The Dangerous Act of Worship