405 Ridge Ave. | Sundays @ 9:30am & 11:15am

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Services

Sunday

Traditional Liturgy @ 9:30 AM (in Sanctuary)
Revolution Service @11:15 AM (in Fellowship Hall)

Monday

Youth Group @ 7:30 PM (Please contact for location)

Tuesday

Children’s Church @ 6:30 PM (in Fellowship Hall)
Evening Prayer @ 7:00 PM (in Fellowship Hall)

About Us

Our purpose is to glorify and to enjoy God by serving our community and spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ. Our primary outreach is to at-risk children and youth of our community. We also maintain the regularly updated Facebook group “The Revolution Church.”

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Worship at Holy Trinity (July):

Our board of Elders and worship team has decided NOT to resume our in-person worship services on Sunday, July 5th.  However, we will be opening our sanctuary for Holy Communion every Sunday, between 9 AM and 11 AM; and, every Tuesday, 6 PM to 7 PM. We will continue to provide a worship service on our Youtube Channel, and will keep you informed as to when in-person worship will resume.  The letter which we sent to our members explaining our delay is attached below.

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Our Purpose Statement

Our Purpose is to glorify and to enjoy God by serving our community and spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ.

We do this by:

  • Meeting regularly for worship and praise
  • Submitting to the will of God as understood through the Holy Scriptures and by the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
  • Meeting the needs of the entire body of Christ through fellowship, sharing and community
  • Helping believers and non-believers grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
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When we run out of answers for life, and the storms threaten to overwhelm us....

....turn to Jesus.

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Have you ever been told by well-meaning Christians, "You can't question God." Why not? The bible is filled with stories about faithful men and women who doubt, question, struggle, and wrestle with God, and all of them were considered to be faithful. In fact, one of them, Jacob, became the eponymous descendent of Israel, "the one who wrestled with God and won."
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