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

Worship at Trinity

"You have made us for Yourself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in You."
Augustine of Hippo

Weekly gathered worship is both the foundation and the pinnacle of our Christian life together.

At Trinity, we don't believe that worship is simply the entry point or first step for discipleship. No, worship is the place and the event where God has promised to meet us and renew us by his grace. And so, our weekly worship gathering is the heart of our discipleship at Trinity; it is both the foundation and the pinnacle of our Christian life together. The other ministries of our church are meant to be an extension of what we do in worship.

We aim for our worship to be edifying, heartfelt, and historical - all in order to glorify God.

Worship should be edifying because it should be true to God's word. We only worship God rightly when we worship him for who he really is, most fully revealed in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Heartfelt worship is what God commands throughout the Bible, not simply with our lips and outward actions, but with our hearts and minds.

Our worship should be historical because we are but a single local church that is connected to Christ's universal church, which spans the globe and 2,000 years. And so, even though our worship is situated, we see to choose prayers, songs, creeds, and structures that remind us that we worship with the church throughout the world and throughout the ages.

Our worship at Trinity is what is often referred to as "liturgical worship", which simply means that it is structured. We believe structure or order to our worship allows us to worship God in that heartfelt, edifying, and historically connected way.

For more on our structure or liturgy, view our liturgy page or one of our bulletins.

For more practical questions about our worship service, view our FAQs page.

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