- Sunday 8:00 am:
- Rite I- Sanctuary : Holy Communion, Traditional Language
- Sunday 10:30 am:
- Rite II - Sanctuary: Holy Communion, Contemporary Language
- Wednesday 9:00 am:
- Healing Service Chapel of Ascension
- Go to our worship page for more information.
Children & Youth
Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old, they will not turn from it.(Proverbs 22:6 NIV)
Holy Trinity is committed to the Christian formation of our children and teenagers. We are blessed with dedicated staff and volunteers who bring our young people closer to God and provide them with a safe and nurturing environment.
The Church School & Youth Team, (Jeni Hunt, Michelle Duvivier, Heather Robino and the Rev. Lorna H. Williams) is a group that oversees the Christian formation of children and youth at Holy Trinity. They are the face of the Church School for the parents and children and make sure all runs smoothly on Sunday mornings.
We have a great nursery which is staffed by dedicated volunteer Dottie McKee. Parents are invited to have their little ones up to the age of 3 enjoy the many toys and adult supervision. The nursery is on the main level next to the choir room. From the back door, follow the first hallway on the left to the end.
All other church school classes -- aside from the Disciples -- are held in classrooms on the lower level beneath the parish hall. From the back entrance, go past the choir room and nursery entrance, and then down the stairs and follow the signs
Noah’s Helpers uses Living the Good News curriculum, which is lectionary-based and focuses on the same Bible stories that children will be hearing in the worship service. Each lesson includes a story in age-appropriate language, movement or music, and a related activity or craft, which makes spiritual formation fun and meaningful for our youngest students.
To get to their classroom, turn right at the bottom of the stairs, then make an immediate left, and the classroom is on the right.
This age group uses Weaving God’s Promises to explore their understanding of God through the most well-known stories in the Bible. Arts, crafts and multi-week projects play a large role in teaching these stories. To get to their classroom, turn right at the bottom of the stairs and follow signs to the second door on the left down the far hallway.
The Disciples class uses elements from both Living the Good News and Weaving God’s Promises, as well as Bible stories with common themes. The focus in this class is interactive, experiential formation, where students will begin to really relate the messages of the Bible to their own lives. Their classroom is located upstairs in the EFM room. Go down the hallway to the Nursery and turn left; the room is right next to the Nursery.
This first phase of the Journey to Adulthood program helps kids to address spiritual and societal issues common to young adolescents. The group celebrates the individuality of each teenager through the exploration of Biblical stories. The Rite 13 Ceremony (Celebration of Manhood and Womanhood) serves as a rite from childhood towards adulthood. At the bottom of the stairs, turn right. The classroom is immediately on your right.
Phase Two of the Journey to Adulthood program helps kids to self-examine even more and find a spiritual stronghold as they navigate the early years of high school. This class meets downstairs. At the bottom of the stairs, turn right, then make an immediate left. First door on the right.