WORSHIP SERVICE RECORDINGS

Worship is what Christians do first. 

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all of our recent worship services below.

Fourth Sunday After Pentecost

The welcome of baptism is for all God’s children. This baptismal gift sets us free from the power of sin and death. Christ promises that the disciple who gives a cup of cold water to the little ones serves Christ himself. From worship we are sent on our baptismal mission: to serve the little ones of this world and to be a sign of God’s merciful welcome.

Third Sunday After Pentecost

God does not promise that the path of the disciple will be easy. Jeremiah feels the pain of rejection from those who do not want to hear what he has to say. Jesus declares that his words may bring stark division. Even so, we need not be afraid for God accounts for each hair on our heads. Though we may experience rejection, frustration, division, and death, God’s grace and love make us a new creation each day. Marked with the cross and filled with holy food, we are sent from worship to witness to Christ in the world.

Second Sunday After Pentecost

Moses tells the Israelites that they are called to be a priestly kingdom and a holy people. Jesus sends out the disciples as laborers into the harvest. In baptism we too are anointed for ministry, sharing God’s compassion with our needy world. Still we go forth to proclaim the good news, to heal the sick, and to share our bread with the hungry.

The Holy Trinity

Jesus sends his disciples forth to baptize in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. More than a doctrine, the Trinity expresses the heart of our faith: we have experienced the God of creation made known in Jesus Christ and with us always through the Holy Spirit. We celebrate the mystery of the Holy Trinity in word and sacrament, as we profess the creed, and as we are sent into the world to bear witness to our faith.

Day of Pentecost

Fifty days after Easter, we celebrate the Holy Spirit as God’s presence within and among us. In Acts, the Spirit arrives in rushing wind and flame, bringing God’s presence to all people. Paul reminds us that though we each have different capacities, we are unified in the Spirit that equips us. Jesus breathes the Holy Spirit on his disciples, empowering them to forgive sin. We celebrate that we, too, are given the breath of the Holy Spirit and sent out to proclaim God’s redeeming love to all the world.

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Holy Trinity is a downtown congregation with the mission and vision to change lives.  One of Akron's oldest congregations, we have a proud heritage of community service and involvement.

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