How do I get to Trinity? What can I expect once I’m there?
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Where is Trinity?
Trinity is that large gray building just off of Rush Street. Click on View Larger Map above for further directions, call 630.894.3263 or email.
The main entrance is located by our electronic sign on Rush Street.
Our parking lot is behind the building. Trinity’s main doors are under the car canopy.
Special Needs and Handicapped parking spaces are located near the church entrance.
The building is wheelchair accessible. Greeters, ushers, and members are happy to help visitors and members who may need any assistance. Just pull up to the main doors and ask.
When and What?
Trinity offers both traditional and contemporary worship with five worship services each week. All worship includes music, Bible readings, and a message. Something for everyone!
Contemporary Worship: Saturdays at 5 p.m and Sundays at 11 a.m.
This style of worship offers music that can be heard on contemporary Christian stations (like K-LOVE) with a liturgy that is not taken directly from the Lutheran Hymnal. The Sunday 11 a.m. service includes a Praise Band and singers. It is a more casual atmosphere without losing its strong focus on scripture and the gospel.
Traditional Worship: Sundays at 8 and 9:30 a.m. and Mondays at 7 p.m.
This style of worship uses the Lutheran Service Book as the basis for its worship experience. The music is more rooted in history, and the liturgy is traditional, found within the book.
I am at Trinity…now what?
As you enter the church, someone will hand you a bulletin which contains information about what’s going on at Trinity, and the order of service, which tells you what is happening within the service. Expect the service to last for approximately one hour.
Guests are never singled out. You will not be requested to stand up, wear a name tag, or do anything that might make you feel awkward. Our regular attendees sign attendance cards/binders each week. You may share your contact information with us when you are ready.
We pass an offering plate during the service in which our regular attenders place their gifts and tithes for God’s work at Trinity and throughout the world. As a guest, you are not expected to give an offering.
We have a friendly and casual atmosphere that allows you to dress in the way you feel most comfortable, including anything from jeans to business casual to suit and tie.
Children are always welcome at Trinity. We love having children in worship. We are used to children making noise. For parents who prefer worshiping without their kids, Trinity provides a staffed nursery for infants and toddlers up to 3 years during our 9:30 & 11 a.m. services on Sundays. It is located right off our main lobby.
We have Sunday School called J.A.M.(Jesus and Me), for children preschool to 5th grade at 9:30 a.m. and Kidz Church at 11 a.m. If you have any questions about childcare, please check with the welcome desk for assistance or contact us with your questions.
We have a “cry room” at the back of the church where parents can attend to their child and still hear and participate in worship. There is a private mother-baby area located in our women’s restroom past the coat closet. Baby changing stations are provided in the men’s and women’s restrooms.
I like Trinity. I think I may want to make this my church home….now what?
If you are interested in learning more about connecting with people of Trinity and engaging in some of our ministries, maybe it’s time to come to our next “Start Here” open house held on the last Sunday of the month from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Stop in before, after or during services in the Resurrection Chapel, just off the lobby.
If you want to hear about our Lutheran Exploration Class or have questions about our “Start Here” open house, please contact Amy Herring at email@example.com