Trinity’s Worship Services

Welcome! You may be planning a visit to Lexington and want to find a place of worship during your stay. You may be preparing for a permanent move to our city or Rockbridge County and want to learn more about the United Methodist Church serving the city. Or you may be a member who wants to check up on church activities.
All people may attend worship services, participate in programs, receive the sacraments and become members.
Sunday 11:00 am – Traditional Service (Sept. – May)
Our liturgy is guided by a bulletin and our hymns are from The United Methodist Hymnal. Special music is provided by our choir assisted by organ or piano. Children are included in worship and also are provided their own Sunday school time in our fellowship hall during a part of the hour.
We have Communion the first Sunday of the month. Gluten-free wafers are available.
Our children collect a “noisy can” offering of coins the last Sunday of every fund an annual outreach program.
A nursery for children who are walking through age 3 years is available and staffed. Please know that bags containing items for quiet entertainment are available in the narthex.
Sunday 9:00 am – Communion (Sept. – May)
This service is usuallly a smaller gathering with weekly communion.  It includes hymns from The United Methodist Hymnals, prayers, special music and the same text and sermon as the 11 a.m. service.
Sunday School 9:30am – September through May
We offer a variety of classes for adults and youth.  Sunday school for children happens during the 11:00 a.m. worshiop
Sunday 10:00 am – Traditional Service ( June – Aug.)
For the summer months, we consolidate to one worship service per Sunday, beginning at 10:00am.  Special Music is often provided by guest singers and musicians, so our Sanctuary Choir can enjoy a summer break.
We do not offer Sunday School or Children’s Church during the summer.
A Service of Contemplative Worship
The 3rd Sunday of each month, beginning at 5:00 pm
What Is Contemplative Worship?
A worship service filled with holy silences, making room for us to ponder scriptures, prayers, and music.  Using simple Taize hymns, scriptures and prayers, this worship service focuses on uniting us with Christ.  Our final act of worship together is communion, where all are welcome.