Trinity United Church of Christ is one of the leading congregations in the York area. We are a vibrant congregation dedicated to serving the spiritual, educational, and cultural needs of the surrounding community. Our Church is deeply rooted in holy words, and our doors are always open to community members who are looking for a quiet place to worship. Contact us, or visit us to learn more about how to become a part of our congregation.
New Worship Ministry
Trinity UCC Church is pleased to announce the Second and Fourth Sunday is designated as our Contemporary Worship Service. During this time we will intentionally be informal in both our dress and style of worship in order to encourage participation from younger members of our community. Minister Kellie Turner is the Program Manger-Minister of this new outreach and can facilitate your questions and input.
Everyone is Welcome!
Mon: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Tue: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Wed: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Thu: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Fri: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Sun: 10:30 am
When you join us on a Sunday morning, parking is free in the King Street garage (corner of King and South George). Enter our building either from West Market Street or the pedestrian walk called Cherry Lane. The coffee will be hot in the promenade, the hallway outside the sanctuary where folks gather before worship.
Around 10:15 the tower chimes will ring the hymns of the day, and soon after the organ prelude sets the tone for worshiping God.
Historically, Trinity gathers to worship in the Reformed Church tradition, one of the anchors of the United Church of Christ. We pray for God’s blessing on our community and the world, for the healing of individuals and nations. We confess our need for forgiveness. We read from the Old and New Testaments each week. Our pastor proclaims the Word from the pulpit. We sing psalms and hymns; our choir sings a wide variety of choral music. Our congregation shares a warm greeting with one another, and they will greet you when you visit this Sunday!
On the first Sunday of each month, we rejoice at the Lord’s table celebrating Holy Communion. The table is open to all as we remember Christ’s sacrifice for us. Usually communion is served in the pew so that the entire church family may partake of bread and cup together.