Here’s what’s in store for you in the coming weeks. If you want to listen to a particular sermon or talk, or research a topic or book of the Bible, browse our sermons and talks database below.

Each Sunday, Holy Trinity’s morning worship service recording is available on our YouTube channel by 11am. The recorded sermon will be posted below on Monday morning.  For your convenience, here is the morning service bulletin for Sunday, December 10, 2023.



The letter to the Hebrews is different. We don’t know who wrote it, and there is nothing else quite like it in the New Testament. No other letter holds Jesus up to such close inspection nor reveals such profound insight into his power and glory. The whole letter is an invitation to consider Jesus: to consider who he is, what he has accomplished, and what he has to do with our lives today. As it turns out, who he is has everything to do with how we live today.  In fact, our world makes sense only when we stop to consider Jesus.    

  • November 19 – Hebrews 3:7-4:13
  • November 26 – Hebrews 4:14-5:10
  • December 3 – Hebrews 5:11-6:20
  • December 10 – Hebrews 7:1-8:1
  • December 17 – Lesson & Carols




Among the most profound claims in the Christian faith is that God, “was made man.”

Christians have long understood this claim as the teaching of the incarnation, that the God of heaven and earth took on flesh. Such a claim sounds miraculous, but can also seem bizarre, befuddling and captivating all at the same time. And yet it is this mysterious claim that the church celebrates each year during the Advent season. It is a claim that Christians should not only consider during the month of December, but one that our entire hope in the gospel is based on.

Over the course of three weeks leading up to Christmas we will be honing in on Philippians 2:5-11, seeking to grasp the magnitude of the incarnation, and how it shapes our own lives, faith and service of others.

Join us this season of Advent as we investigate this compelling mystery, which has captivated the world for the past two millennia!

  • November 26 – Philippians 2:5-7 – The Thrill of Hope
  • December 3 – Philippians 2:7-8 – The Weary World Rejoices
  • December 10 – Philippians 2:9-11 Fall On Your Knees! 
  • December 17 – Lessons & Carols


Rev. Ashley Null - October 15, 2023

Sermon: Renewing the Power of Love

Scripture References: Genesis 3:1-7

From Series: "Who Do You Say That I Am?"

The story of Jesus of Nazareth is one of the most impactful stories in human history. Regardless of one’s perspective, many believe that he is one of the most influential people to have ever lived, and that his life changed the course of history forever. Throughout the gospel of Mark, Jesus is portrayed not simply as a prophet, or a good teacher, or even a radical attempting to overthrow the Roman authorities – but as a long awaited King, able to deliver people from the brokenness of the world. Because of this historical importance and the claims Jesus makes about himself, at some point we all will have to answer the question at the heart of the gospel of Mark, “Who do you say that I am?” Join us at our Evening Service as we seek to revisit this all-important question. Come and hear from the earliest record of Jesus’s life and ministry, in the gospel of Mark a story, marked by mystery and majesty, brevity and brilliance, of a King who takes up his crown by laying down his life for those he loves.


More Messages

Powered by Series Engine