Special & Seasonal Services
Bishop's Visits - Every year, one of our Bishop's joins us to preside over worship, and to baptize or confirm mew members of our church family. It is a joyful day.
Kirkin' of the Tartan - Every spring, we don our tartans and celebrate our Scottish heritage with a special service complete with bag pipes and traditional Scottish music.
Youth Sunday - In the late spring we honor and celebrate our youth and graduating High School Seniors with a service dedicated to them in which the youth lead the service.
Trinity Camp Sunday - On the Sunday following Trinity Church Camp, we celebrate with camp music and drama lead by campers and camper leaders.
Pride Sunday - Let your PRIDE colors fly! We honor and celebrate all those - regardless of gender, age, race, or sexual orientation - made in God's image.
Blessing of the Backpacks & Musical Instruments - In August each year we bless and pray for children and teacher heading back to school.
Blessing of the Animals - On the Sunday closest to October 4 (The Feast of St. Francis of Assisi), all are invited to bring their pets for a special blessing.
Native American Service - The Native American service usually occurs in Mid-November when members of the Native American community join us for special worship and prayers.
Blue Christmas - Blue Christmas service provides a quiet and contemplative worship service as an alternative to the more traditional gatherings. This is in honor of those who are experiencing grief and struggling with loss. This service usually draws a relatively small, intimate crowd of those mourning the loss of a loved one. The service is usually held around the longest night of the year, which is usually December 21.