Where do you meet?
Our campus is located at 5201 Spring Cypress Rd. at the corner of Spring Cypress and Klein Church Rd about a mile and a half west of Kuykendahl.
We have two main parking lots; one on Spring Cypress Rd. and the other on Klein Church Rd. If you have infants or young children (age 3 or under) and you want to use our nursery, the best place to park is on the west side of campus off of Klein Church Rd. There is short term parking located right in front of the nursery for drop off and pick up. If you enter our campus from Spring Cypress you will see the main entrance to the Sanctuary lobby (nearest the porte cochere) as well as the main entrance to the Family Life Center.
When do you meet?
On Sundays we have 3 services at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00.
The 8:00 and 9:30 services are traditional services that would be very familiar to those who have grown up in the Lutheran Church. Musically it’s led by the organ and our choirs following a more formal liturgy or service format.
The 11:00 service is a contemporary service that uses modern songs of the church led by a worship leader and band. Typically this service is filled with many of our young families. The 7:15 PM Wednesday evening service matches 8:00 and 9:30.
How long is the service?
Our services usually last about an hour, give or take a few minutes.
What should I wear?
You will notice that people dress in a variety of ways according to what is comfortable to them. It can be anything from “business casual” to jeans and casual shoes. Just be yourself.
Do you take an offering?
We do take an offering at each service. We believe that the offering is a chance for people to give back to God what He has blessed them with. It is an act of worship for members and friends of Trinity who are moved to support this ministry. Guests should not feel obligated to participate. We want you to feel welcomed and comfortable as you visit.
Do I have to sing?
We believe one of the best ways to express our love, gratitude and commitment to God is through music. At the same time, we understand that many who worship with us come from different traditions. It’s up to you: feel free to sing along or simply observe.
What else will happen in the service?
Each of our services follows a format that typically takes us through a variety of spoken parts including a confession of sins, a reading of Scripture, a profession of faith and prayers. Our pastors deliver relevant biblically based messages. On any given Sunday all the services share the same theme.
Should I take communion?
We celebrate communion together on the first and third Sundays at the 8:00 and 9:30 services and on the second and fourth Sundays in the 11:00 service. At Trinity we believe that our Lord gives us not only bread and wine, but His very body and blood to eat and to drink, for the forgiveness of sins and to strengthen our union with Him and with one another. Our Lord invites to His table those who have faith in His words, are repentant of all sins, and who have set aside all refusal to forgive and love. We follow God’s example, just as He forgives and loves each of us. Those who eat and drink our Lord’s body and blood unworthily, do so to their great harm. (see 1 Corinthians 11:27-28)
If you desire to take communion with us, but are not formally instructed or are in doubt about our confession of faith, we ask that you first speak with a pastor or an elder.
Those not receiving communion, including small children, are encouraged to come forward to receive a blessing. Simply cross your arms over your chest to indicate to us that you desire a blessing.