“but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to
make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope
that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,” I Peter 3:15 (ESV)


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From our founding, we have been a church that proclaims the good news of Jesus. We are in the process of cataloging our library of hundreds of sermon podcasts into a searchable database. Check back often to find particular passages or topics to encourage you in your walk with Jesus.


Hear from our clergy and staff on topics important to them, our church and the broader Christian community. We hope you’ll find new insights and perspectives on God’s truth and our world for your encouragement and edification.

Choosing and Cultivating Community

Community feels like one of those buzzworthy ideas that gets tossed around a lot in advertising, announcements and general conversations. But what is it and what does it really mean day in and day out? How do we experience it? Why is it important and why do we need it? Why is it emphasized at…

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Praying the Psalms in a Season of Uncertainty

At nine o’clock every night, without fail, two men and two women from among the thirty members of a small, informal, Christian community in Huntingdonshire, England, gathered to read aloud antiphonally the entire Psalter, while the others retired for the night. The recitation lasted until about one o’clock in the morning. Every member of their…

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The Psalms: A Sanctified Path Forward

A seasoned pastor was once asked this question: “If you were only able to have one book of the Bible, which would you choose?” He responded immediately saying, “That’s easy! The Book of Psalms because they encapsulate every emotion of life.”   It’s easy to understand why the pastor would respond in this way. The…

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Christianity and #MeToo

We live in a day where it seems that every public issue becomes weaponized to score partisan points.  The painful reality is that when these verbal bombs start flying, problems aren’t actually solved, and suffering is not relieved. Wounds are made worse rather than healed. In our cultural movement, the very act of having hard…

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Thanksgiving and Eucharist

For most of my early life as a Christian, I did not really consider thanksgiving to be the stuff of prayer. Thanksgiving was more of a prelude to petition, which was where I thought the real action lay. When I prayed, I would quickly thank God for the day or for my food—good things to…

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40 Days with the Psalms

Looking for a special way to observe the season of Lent? You are invited to spend 40 Days with the Psalms. This is the title of our Holy Trinity Lenten prayer booklet and it will be available behind each seat in the church and on tables in the lower lobby and narthex on Sunday, Feb.…

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Recommended Reading

Enjoy perusing this list of recommended books by our clergy and staff. There is something for everyone — covering a wide range of topics from the church, discipleship and missions to family, marriage and prayer.

Healing Prayer Testimonies

Be encouraged by testimonies of answered prayer for healing. These stories give glory to God’s healing power and grace.