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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, July 21, 2024.


June 2-July 28: Summer Worship Services @ 10am & 5:30pm

Exodus: The Story of God

Everyone knows that Exodus tells the story of Moses, and how he saves the people of Israel from slavery in Egypt. Right? Not exactly. Of course, Moses has a major role to play. So does Pharaoh. But the central figure in the story of Exodus is God. It is the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob who calls Moses, who controls the action, changes people’s hearts, saves Israel, and reveals his character along the way. Join us in June and July as we listen to the story of God in Exodus and learn to let him shape our stories today.

  • June 2 – Exodus 1:1-2:10
  • June 9 – Exodus 2:23-3:15
  • June 16 – Exodus 5:1-6:1
  • June 23 – Exodus 7:1-24
  • June 30 – Exodus 12:1-14; 28-32
  • July 7 – Exodus 13:17-14:4
  • July 14 – Exodus 15:1-18
  • July 21 – Exodus 16:1-21
  • July 28 – Exodus 19:1-20


Rev. Jason Palacio - January 29, 2024

Evening Sermon: Strangers in the World

Scripture References: 1 Peter 2:11-25

From Series: "Stranger in the World"

There are many ways to answer the question, “Who are you?” We might speak in terms of our family, our race, where we are from, where we went to school, or our profession. Our answer reveals what we think is important in our life and determines the way that we live. But how does God want us to think about ourselves? What is a Christian’s self-identity? The letter of 1 Peter is a brief yet very clear summary of the identity of those who follow Jesus. It contains the instructions and encouragement Christians need to know who they are on the journey to heaven as they face suffering along the way. Again and again, Peter shows us the victory that Jesus accomplished through suffering. It was his suffering that recovers our identity and restores our purpose in this life, while securing an eternal living hope. We can take comfort knowing that our suffering identifies us as those who belong to God’s story.


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