“To worship is to quicken the conscience by the holiness of God, to feed the mind with the truth of God, to purge the imagination by the beauty of God, to open the heart to the love of God, to devote the will to the purpose of God.”
 – William Temple

Worship at Trinity is the outstretched hand of friendship at the front door. It’s the smile of an usher who hands you a bulletin and helps you to your seat. It’s the smell of fresh flowers, and light streaming through lovely stained glass windows. It’s greeting your neighbor with the Peace of Christ. It is a time to be quiet in the presence of God, and a time to give back. It’s an inspiring prelude performed by organist Stephen Klein, and a choir singing in beautiful harmony 

Worship at Trinity is a large wooden cross suspended high. It’s a special time for children to know they are loved, and a chance for us all to share joys and concerns as one family. It is a time to sing hymns old and new, and celebrate the wonder of God through the music of vocalist Amanda Horton, steel drummer Jonathan Scales, native-American flutist Michele Skeele, cellist Franklin Keel, singer/songwriter Chris Rosser, percussionist Robin Tolleson, harpist Carol Owenby, pianist Susan Kincaid, the sacred jazz of Hip Bones, and the gorgeous chamber music of the Cullowhee Consort.   Worship at Trinity is a chance to pray together, to read Holy words, to confess and be forgiven. The first Sunday of each month is a chance to celebrate Communion together, and Baptism is celebrated whenever desired. It is a time to hear encouraging words spoken in love and in conviction by our pastors, Mark Stanley and Dwight Christenbury, and our parish visitor Joe Gernoske.

All believers and seekers are invited to attend worship at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Hendersonville, NC. Sunday morning services are at 8:30 and 11.

 

  • October 1—Dwight Christenbury
  • October 8—Mark Stanley
  • October 15—(Stewardship Consecration, single service at 11:00—The Rev. Billy Robinson)
  • October 22—Mark Stanley
  • October 29—Mark Stanley