Celebrate the joy of the resurrection
at Trinity, Sunday, April 21!

Easter Sunday

 

Easter Sunday, April 21:

Trinity has four worship services on Easter Sunday. (April 21, 2019)

Sunrise Worship Service at 6:30 AM on the front steps facing Forest Ave.

“Jesus said to them, “Come and have breakfast.” […] He came, took the bread, and gave it to them. He did the same with the fish.”
– John 21:12-13

Come gather with disciples and grab some fresh-grilled fish to welcome Easter sunrise this year!
We’ll be gathering, grilling, singing, and sharing on the front steps of Trinity to celebrate our resurrected Lord.

 

Traditional Worship Service at 8:00 AM* in the Sanctuary
Celebration of the Resurrection: Choir, organ, brass, Holy Communion
 *note early start time


Modern Worship Service at 9:30 AM in the Sanctuary
Celebration of the Resurrection: Praise band, Holy Communion

Traditional Worship Service at 11:00 AM in the Sanctuary
Celebration of the Resurrection: Choir, organ, brass, Holy Communion


Additional Easter Sunday Information:

  • Communion will be served at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 services
  • Ample parking is available. There is an additional parking lot off of Rock Creek Road, beyond the first parking lot entrance to Trinity.
  • All are encouraged to bring freshly cut flowers on Easter morning to place on the cross.
  • Nursery Care is available for the 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 AM worship services. There will not be nursery care during the 6:30 sunrise service.

 

 

Worship at Trinity During Holy Week

Sunday, April 14:     Palm Sunday

Thursday, April 18 : 6:00 PM Maundy Thursday Service

Join us in Trinity Hall for an exciting engagement of table traditions around Maundy Thursday and Jesus’s last supper with his disciples. Lamb and/or falafel supper starts at 6:00 PM, more interaction with the story begins at 6:30 PM. Please let the church office know by Thursday, April 11 if you’d like to join us.

Friday, April 19: 7:30 PM Good Friday Tenebrae Service

This simple but profound service of remembrance uses music, readings and increasing darkness to strip away all pretense and to encounter the Passion of Christ.

Want to learn more about Lent at Trinity? Visit our LENT page here.