SERVING ON SUNDAY

Worship is the work of God's gathered people.

LEADING IN WORSHIP

A worship service requires the coordinated and dedicated participation of many individuals.  Holy Trinity is blessed to have people willing to contribute every week.

 

There are a variety of roles you can fill to help lead worship each Sunday.

More information and training is available for each of the roles listed.

To learn more or to volunteer to serve, please click the link to the right.

In what roles do your seel yourself?

WAYS TO SERVE

Acolytes

Youth and adults, men and women of all ages can serve. Acolytes light & extinguish candles, distribute the
offering plates, and assist with communion. Training is available.

Altar Guild

Formed in 1905, The Altar Guild organizes and prepares the communion elements each Sunday, cares for the altar paraments and other items that are part of our worship experience, arranges poinsettias at Christmas and lilies at Easter, and delivers altar flowers to those who are home bound. Both women and men are welcome to
be part of this group.

Assisting Ministers

The assisting minister co-leads the worship service with the Senior Pastor by reading the prayers, helping to distribute communion, and giving the dismissal. Men and women are invited to serve; training is available.

Communion Assistants

Youth, men and women serving as communion assistants help with the distribution of communion wine (either individual cups or chalice).

Crucifers

The crucifer carries the cross in procession at the beginning and end of special celebration worship services. Youth, men, and women of all ages can serve. Training is available.

Live Stream Operators

Readers

Youth, men, and women can serve by reading the first and second scripture lessons from the lectern during the worship service. Copies of the lessons are provided in advance.

Ushers

Youth and adults can serve. Ushers greet and welcome visitors upon arrival and offer assistance. They also
distribute worship bulletins, receive the offering, and call people forward for communion.