Worshiping the Lord

Through Prayer and Praise

Worship Livestream

Here at Trinity Ralston, you have the options of either joining us for in-person worship at  8:30am or 10:45am, or watching online. Every Sunday at 10:45am, we will live-stream our worship service. You can access the stream by clicking on the "Watch Live" button found either below or at the top of the screen.

The following resources are available for the worship service (please note that only the most recent weeks' bulletin will be here):

Current Sermon Series: Doers of the Word

Music Ministries

Trinity Choir

The Trinity Choir provides special music and leadership during worship services. Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 6:30pm for one hour and include devotions, rehearsal and prayer. All ages, talents and abilities are welcome to join us!

Praise Team

The Praise Team helps to lead worship each Sunday through the sharing of their gift of music.


Diving deeper into our faith

We share these devotionals written by members of Trinity Ralston that they may provide an additional way you can worship the Lord.
Rev. Tessa Zehring has her own blog where she will share not only devotionals, but her thoughts on a range of topics.

Prayer Requests

And this is the boldness we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. -1 John 5:14 NRSV
As a community of faith, we are always here to share in your joys and concerns of everyday life. You are free to fill out the prayer request form that you will find by clicking on the button below. The prayer(s) you share will be as confidential as you request it to be. Should you indicate that you would like the prayer shared via the prayer chain, please note that it will be shared with those on our email list and Trinity Ralston app users with the "TUMC Prayers" notification clicked on. Due to this, we ask that if you are making this prayer request on behalf of someone else that you acquire their permission first. Thank you.

A message from Bishop Ruben Saenz, Jr.

Although we cannot yet physically meet together as churches of the Great Plains Conference, we can meet together in prayer. I ask that you pray the Lord's Prayer at noon until all gathering restrictions are lifted in the United States, and we can meet together again as churches. This act of solidarity will keep us prayerfully connected. It takes less than 30 seconds to pray the Lord's Prayer, but doing so will unite us with Christ, with each other, and it will change the world.

Let's worship together.

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