What to expect in worship.
Trindle Spring Lutheran Church is a Christ-centered congregation of the ELCA. We offer two worship services on Sunday mornings and one on Wednesday evenings. All of our worship services include Holy Communion, scripture, and preaching. Our style of worship is tied to the Lutheran Christian tradition, while at the same time seeking to remain relevant and meaningful to today's Christian. The goal of our worship is for it to be participatory. If you want to know more about our worship, we offer you the same invitation Jesus offered his disciples, "come and see."
What are the Services Like?
Our services are based upon traditional Lutheran liturgy, and we use the Evangelical Lutheran Worship Book (ELW) for our order of service and hymns. Sunday services include both children and adult sermons. Our choir, bell choir and brass ensemble perform at our 10:30 am service on Sunday mornings. Our instrumental groups also perform occasionally during special services.
What is the Church Community Like?
Trindle Spring is a supportive and caring faith community. We seek to offer Christ's spirit of hospitality and invitation to all who visit us. We have a wonderful mix ranging from members whose families go back generations to members who have recently made this community of faith their new home. Our goal is to help everyone feel connected to God and to one another.
Are children welcome in worship?
Children are not only the future of the church, they are the church right now. We love to have children with us in worship. Being in worship with their families and church community is an important part of a child's faith development. At our 10:30am service on Sunday morning we always have a children's sermon just for our kids.
Who is welcome to take communion?
At Trindle Spring Lutheran all baptized Christians are welcome to take communion. Holy Communion is a gift from God, and so there are no age requirements or denominational requirements. Communion is a gift God has given to the church, and so we share that with the entire family. We use two methods for receiving communion: one is bread and individual cups, and the other is intinction. If you would like to learn more ask Pastor Aaron Erdley.