Welcome Visitors!

Welcome Visitors!

Welcome to Holy Trinity!

We are an inviting, caring, involving community of Jesus Christ. All are welcome. Please feel free to call or email us at 610-874-8652 / holytrinity927@verizon.net. Our office is open from 10:00am – 3:00pm Monday through Friday. We invite you to stop in as you are able!

Who are we and where are we?

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is an inclusive and diverse community of Jesus Christ. We are located at 927 South Providence Rd, Wallingford, Pennsylvania 19086.

AccessibilityOur Facilities

We aim to be an all-inclusive church! Our facilities are accessible for those with special needs and we have designated disabled parking spaces near the entrance. Large print bulletins are available every Sunday in the entryway to worship. If you have a special need, please let someone know and we will do our best to ensure you are able to worship here!

All are welcome. Please contact the church office so we can support you.

Sunday at Holy Trinity

Early September through Mid-June
8:00 am – Worship with Holy Communion weekly, organ music.

9:15-10:15 am – Educational hour for school-age children to adults.

10:30 am – Worship with Holy Communion weekly, organ, instrumentalists, and choirs. Nursery is available for child-care during the 10:30 am Sunday worship.

Mid-June through Early September
9:00 am – Good News Coffee in the church kitchen.

9:30 am – Worship with Holy Communion weekly, organ, instrumentalists, and choirs.

10:30 am – Fellowship on the lawn with light refreshments.

Communion

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church lives word and sacrament ministry. Communion is offered every Sunday, every service, with bread or wafers, and wine and non-alcoholic grape juice. Gluten-free wafers are available upon request. This is God’s Table of Grace and so all are welcome! Should you not wish to receive communion, you may come forward for a blessing! 

Parking

Parking is available onsite in front of the church building and near the education wing. We are an ADA handicap accessible church.

Dress

All are welcome! Dress as you’re most comfortable. You will see some women in dresses and men in ties, and others will be in blue jeans and flip flops. Our worship leaders, pastors and acolytes wear albs (white robes), and our choir members wear blue.

When you Arrive

You can expect to be greeted as you enter the worship space. Holy Trinity is a community of all ages. Many families with young children, singles, and grandparents attend our church. While provide a nursery in the education building adjacent to the worship space, children of all ages are always welcome to worship with the community! We expect to hear their giggles and fidgets as they are part of the Body of Christ. If you need assistance in any way, ask a greeter or usher to guide you.

Holy Trinity encourages families to worship together. Children are a vital and vibrant component of our congregation. Children’s activity bags are located near the entry of the church. All children are welcome to come forward and join the children’s sermon.

Printed bulletins are provided to help you worship.

We care about you, let us know you are here! Take a moment to sign the blue guest card included in the bulletin. If you would like to share your address, phone number, or e-mail, a member of the staff or congregational volunteer will contact you. Holy Trinity is committed to welcoming you and engaging all who worship in the life and ministry of our congregation.

Before and after the service

Holy Trinity seeks to engage all who worship with us. Throughout the year there are times we share food and fellowship before or after worship. Additionally, there are opportunities to engage immediately in service projects that meet pressing needs of local organizations. Feel free to join us anytime.

How to become a member

There’s no pressure for visitors to become members. Feel free to visit with us as long as you like. Visitors can participate in just about all of our activities (except voting or holding an office). So take your time, get involved, and get to feel at home.

At some point, however, you may be ready to learn more about how to become an active member of our Christian family. If that’s where you are, then read on.