Worship

We believe that the worship of God is the highest calling of the Christian and that it must be done according to Christ’s instruction to worship “in spirit and in truth” (John 4:24). With this understanding, we have endeavored to fashion our worship to focus on God and His Word, not on man. Our worship has certain elements that we believe the scriptures teach are necessary for true worship. Those elements include: reverent humble prayer, the reading of scriptures with Godly fear, the sound preaching of the Word, the singing of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with grace in the heart and the proper dispensing and receiving of the sacraments (Baptism and the Lord’s Supper).

With these values in mind, our Worship includes the following elements each week:

  • Call to Worship
  • Singing of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs (interspersed throughout the worship)
  • Prayer
  • Confession of Sin (both Corporately and Individually)
  • Reading or Singing of the Ten Commandments
  • Doxology
  • Reading of Scripture
  • Ascription of Praise
  • Confession of Faith
  • Sermon
  • Lord’s Supper
  • Benediction

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Bible Studies

Currently we have a Bible Study that meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month and at 1:00 p.m. at the home of a member family. We are studying through the Book of I Peter. This is a neighborhood Bible Study and is open to whoever would like to join us.

Sunday Afternoon and Evening Fellowships

On the First and Third Sundays of the month, we have a Fellowship gatherings in Kentucky and the Second and Third Sundays of the month the gatherings are in Ohio. These gatherings include good food, singing and a devotional for the whole family.

Head of Household Meetings

At least once every quarter, the Heads of Households meet together for Bible Instruction, and discussions on the life of the local Church, encouraging one another in their Christian walk prayer and fellowship. We believe these meetings encourage the men of the Church to be the spiritual leaders in their homes, and to model Christ likeness to His family.

WIC (Women in the Church)

A vital function of our Church is the ministry of the women who dedicate time, talent and resources for the edification of the covenant community. The ladies of the Church meet at least quarterly for prayer and encouragement as well as planning ways to enhance the ministry of Trinity Presbyterian Church.

Boniface Brotherhood

From the beginning, God has created men to exercise dominion within Creation and has uniquely gifted them to rule within three unique spheres of authority:  within the community of God’s covenanted people (the Church), within the communities in which we work (the State) and within the homes in which we live (the Family).  Within these spheres, men occupy unique roles as Commanders, Creators, Lovers, and Defenders.  The Boniface Brotherhood seeks to train the men of Trinity to better fulfill these roles and as such become better husbands, fathers and comrades in the Faith. Monthly meetings at St. Boniface Hall with local gatherings interspersed.