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At Trinity we have learned that who we are as Christians in the world is shaped by our experience of worship. We believe that the experience of prayer and communion within the Church helps transform us into the people God is calling us to be.

Sundays:

8 AM Holy Eucharist in the Chapel
A simple, traditional service wrapped in the warmth & beauty of our Lady Chapel. We use the Book of Common Prayer, Rite II, for this service.

9 AM Spiritual Formation for All Ages
Classes from K-Adult are offered every Sunday. Nursery provided.

10 AM Holy Eucharist in the Church
Joyous music and preaching that relates to the Gospel to today's questions. Nursery provided throughout. During the summer, after the Gospel lesson is read in church, younger children are invited to storytime during the sermon. The Gospel will be reread and discussed on their level and then a story or craft is used to help reinforce the teaching. The children will then return to join us for the Prayers of the People and Communion.

4 PM Choral Evensong. (October - May as announced).
The ancient service of Evening prayer set to music. If you are searching for a sense of peace in your life, try this service. The chant and rhythm of prayers can have a wonderful effect of settling one's soul. Go to the music page to see upcoming recitals and schedule of evensongs.

Wednesdays:

6:30pm Eucharist in the Round

A quiet, candlelit service with a short homily. Eucharist (Communion) is celebrated with everyone gathered around the altar.

7 PM Adult Education (Bible study, book study, etc.) Go to the bible study page under the heading Spiritual Learning to see what the group is studying.

Saturdays:

5 PM "Come as You Are" Mass/Eucharist in the Church

A warm, relaxed service of Holy Eucharist in the Church with music. From Memorial Day to Labor Day the Eucharist/mass is moved to the beach at the northernmost end of Asbury's boardwalk in front of Asbury Tower. If inclement weather, the service will be held at the church. Clergy rotate preaching. Scripture readings are the same as those used at the next morning’s services.