Worship Services

All services are held in the chapel and St. David's School (3400 White Oak Road near North Hills Shopping Center)

SUNDAY ADVENT SERVICES (10:00AM)

Sunday, Nov. 30th - Advent I, Isaiah 64:1-9 (Holy Communion)
Sunday, Dec. 7th - Advent II, Isaiah 40:1-11 (Holy Communion)
Sunday, Dec. 14th - Advent III, Isaiah 65:17-25 (Communion)
Sunday, Dec. 21st - Lessons and Carols (10:00AM)*

*Take the Tour of our new facility in downtown Raleigh between 12-2pm. Members, attendees and friends of Holy Trinity are welcome to join us for guided walks plus hot chili and chicken soup. Click here for more info.

CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES

Wednesday, Dec. 24th - Christmas Eve Family Service and Pageant (4:30PM)
*Childcare provided for Infants & Toddlers.

Wednesday, Dec. 24th - Candlelight Christmas Eve Service (9:00PM)  (Holy Communion)
*No childcare provided.

CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE

Thursday, Dec. 25 - Christmas Day Service (10:00AM)
*No childcare provided.

 

Foundations

Following worship each Sunday, we gather as a community to learn what it means to follow Jesus together. This Advent we will offer two courses:

Marriage: Back to Basics
Nov. 16-Dec. 14 in St. David's Library
Taught by Alysia and John Yates, Langley and David Cumbie

A healthy marriage is all about getting the basics right.  Whether you've been married for 2 years or 25 years, join us for this very practical five week course as we get back to the basics. Topics will include communication, money, intimacy, conflict.

Healing Prayer: A Biblical, Anglican perspective
Nov. 16-Dec. 14 in St. David's Dining Hall
Taught by Rev. Claudia Greggs

When Jesus sent out his disciples to proclaim the kingdom of God, he also sent them to heal (Luke 9:1-2). This class will explore the following: the connection between proclaiming the gospel and healing, what we can learn from healing stories in the New Testament, and how the Church has carried out the dual charge which Jesus gave to his followers.  Although the class is not specifically about how to pray for healing, it lays the foundation for the practice of healing prayer in the Church today. Please bring your Bibles to class.