Worship Service: Sundays, 9:30-11:00 a.m. - 1020 N. Rutherford Blvd., Murfreesboro, TN 37130


What does "liturgy" mean?

The word "liturgy" simply means "service" in Scripture, but it has come to mean the form or structure that a worship service takes. At Trinity, while we greatly value our liturgy, it is secondary to both the elements and the content of our worship.

What are the elements of our worship?

Each Sunday we gather to hear God's word in the reading and preaching of the Scriptures, to respond to God in prayer and singing, to confess our faith, offer gifts, and celebrate the Lord's Supper. These are the elements of our worship.

What is the content of our worship?

The content of our worship is the gospel of Jesus Christ. We hear from different parts of God's word, pray for all kinds of things, sing different styles and about different subjects, but the core of the message that God is proclaiming to us and that we are responding with thanksgiving about is the gospel - the good news that Jesus has lived, died, and risen to new life, all so that we can be saved from our sins, restored to fellowship with God, and made into new creations. This is the core message of the Bible, and so it is the content of our worship.

Our liturgy serves those elements and content by ordering them in such a way that we clearly see the glory and grace of our God and have an opportunity to respond in thanksgiving and be changed by him.