Bringing the clear message of the transformational Gospel of Jesus Christ to the congregation and our community.
8:00 am Holy Communion, Rite I
9:30 am Sunday School for Children, Teens and Adults
10:30 am Holy Communion Rite 2 with Choir and Children's Chapel
11:45 am Coffee Cafe
Open Sundays 9 am to 11:30 am for newborn to 3 years
Open for all Parish Events
The Rt. Rev. Mark L. Lawrence
The Rev. David Dubay
The Rev. Ed Rosenlieb
The Rev. Ed Dyckman
Mr. Braeden Kershner
Ms. Dorothy Holland
Christian Education Director
Mrs. Mary Lou Wickstrom
Ms. Janice Carpenter
Ms. Martha Rogers
Welcome from the pastor
Welcome to Holy Trinity in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I invite you to explore this website to learn more about who we are as a church family and as followers of Jesus.
Of course a great way to find out who we are is to join us on Sunday mornings at either the 8 am or the 10:30am service. If you have any questions about anything on our website or at our church, or if we can encourage you on your walk with the Lord, please feel free to send us an email or call (the number is below).
The mission of Holy Trinity is simple: To bring Jesus to a hurting world and to be a place where we can all grow and mature in the knowledge and love of God.
A note about our worship services. At Holy Trinity the Bible is understood to be the Word of God and the Holy Scriptures are the center of our worship. However, we worship liturgically, which means in a special order that is very old and “Anglican”. That order of worship and many of our creedal statements are found in the Book of Common Prayer. At Holy Trinity you will hear contemporary music as well as traditional hymns. We have a nursery running during the 10:30 service and a special Children's Chapel during the sermon at the same service.
If you bring your children into the service and they get a little squirmy and make some noise...know that we are okay with that. We understand what you are going through. A wise old pastor once told me that "if the voice of the child is not heard in the church, then the voice of the church will not be heard in the child." I can preach over any crying baby or restless kid...I promise.
We are grateful you've stopped by. We hope to see you on Sunday morning.
Your servant in Christ,
The Reverend David M. Dubay,
Sunday Worship Services
- 8:00 am Rite I Holy Communion (Contemplative)
- 9:30 am Church School for all ages
- 10:30 am Rite II Holy Communion (with Choir and Children's Chapel)
Holiday Worship Services
Our Thanksgiving Eve service is Wednesday, November 27th at 7:00 pm. You are welcome to join us for this service of thankfulness.
We have two Christmas Eve services. There is a family service at 5:30 pm for everyone, no just parents and kids. At 10:30 pm we will enjoy 30 minutes of special Christmas music with the service starting at 11:00 pm. This choral, candlelight service is always a joy. Please join us for one, or both, of these services.
Christian Study Opportunities
Please keep checking back for updates in our Christian Education offerings and special worship and fellowship events.
Fall Christian Ed
Our fall Christian Education offerings are off to an excellent start. From the hallway you can hear how much fun the kids are having while learning about Jesus. And listen carefully for the quieter but interesting adult discussions in their class.
Kid Sunday School
The children will follow the Spark Bibile curriculum again this year. Children's Chapel during the 10:30 am worship service will continue as usual. .
Children's Chapel continues during the 10:30 am service. We will use the Spark Bible curriculum again this year for Chapel. It is Lectionary-based with great lessons and activities for the children.
The Rector's Forum for adults began a study of the book of Acts on September 29th. Acts is the story of the early church, but this book is not just history, it's a guide for all Christians. The apostles had just witnessed Christ's ascension so they gathered in the upper room but not in despair. This time they knew what Jesus had taught was real and true so Jesus's followers came together in prayer and worship to seek their next steps. They did four things:
- Prayed and worshiped
- Turned to the scriptures and the prophecies fulfilled
- Remembered their time with Jesus and His words and example
- Took action by filling the place left vacant by Judas
It's not too late, come join us on Sundays for this interesting, in-depth study.
Thanksgiving Family Feast, November 24th, 11:30 am
Yep, it's time for this wonderful home made dinner again. Cooked by our youth group from "scratch" it truly is the "best home made dinner in town." You really don't want to miss it! Tickets are available from any youth group member, from the church office and at the door. The cost for tickets is:
- Adults (10 years and up): $12
- Children (5 to 9 years): $7
- Children under 5 years eat free
Click here to find us and get directions!