How to join us for worship Sunday:

You can join us remotely from the comfort of your home Sunday at 9 am.  To access us, you will need either your computer, smart-phone, tablet, or regular phone.  To access information for each Sunday worship experience please go to the members resource widget on the right of this page, click on that link and join our e-mail list. 

Church in Exile Series 

As we seek to find ways of connecting and communicating during this time of quarantine and containment, we have revived the Triumphant Cross YouTube Channel.  Be sure to “Like” and “Subscribe” to our channel to receive notification when new videos are posted.

Pr Scott has committed to adding two short devotional videos each week during the duration of remote Church.  You kind find the episodes of The Church in Exile here 

Be sure to follow our Facebook page and share, share, share!  Let our online ministry go VIRAL! 

At Triumphant Cross we encounter God through Word, Sacrament, and by being together.

We hear the Word in music and song, Scripture readings, and prayer.  We use a liturgy, which is a specific order of prayers and hymns.  We also use a lectionary, a schedule of Sunday Bible readings used by many churches.  We experience the Sacrament by sharing Holy Communion every time we worship.

Each worship service is made unique by different music, the children’s sermon, the regular sermon, and prayers.  While our worship feels familiar to those acquainted with a Catholic or Episcopal service, it’s easy to follow for everyone.

Children of all ages are welcome to worship, but if they wish, parents may bring them to the Nursery Care provided during worship. Just off the sanctuary there is a “Crying Room” from which you can hear and see the service while attending babies.

Worship at 9:00

Our music has the high quality you’d expect from a larger richer church. We are blessed to have a number of very  talented musicians in our community who bring their gifts to bear in a variety of forms in our weekly worship.  In addition to regular anthems from our liturgical choir, our bell choir adds a special touch to our worship from time to time. The songs and music they provide uplift, inspire, and sometimes even challenge us.

Both choirs include all ages from high schoolers through senior citizens and are open to all. Vocal choir practices Wednesday evenings 7:30 – 9:00. Bell choir meets Sunday mornings at 11:00.


Expect to come away with something solid to chew on.  Each week members of the congregation read lessons from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, followed by a message from one of the Gospels (one of the first four books of the New Testament).  As to what passages are read when, we generally follow the Revised Common Lectionary shared by Christians the world over. This week’s lessons include


Prayer time mid-service is alive. Congregation members have a chance to speak aloud if they wish. Some weeks we hear many spoken prayers, each one closed with the congregation’s response, “Lord, in your mercy, hear our prayer.” Sometimes the prayers are silent within our hearts.

Holy Communion – Our Sacred Family Meal

The sacrament of the Lord’s Supper–also called the Holy Communion or the Eucharist–is central to our weekly worship life.  You are invited to join us in sharing Christ’s sacred meal.  Our savior’s body and blood nourish our faith, forgive our sins, and form us as living witnesses to God’s promise of unity, justice, and peace.

At Triumphant Cross, children typically begin preparing to receive Communion for the first time during their 3rd grade. Those who do not wish to receive, of any age for whatever reason, are welcome to come to the altar for a blessing.