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Traditional Worship

What's the Music Like?

Music in the traditional service is typically led by our Chancel Choir and Music Director, Rev. Micky Cloud. The United Methodist Hymnal is our main source of congregational music sung in this service. We regularly have special music performed by the choir, and often have special solo and ensemble performances to share

What should I wear?

While there’s no “official dress code” for the traditional service, many men will wear a nice shirt with a tie, and ladies a nice blouse or dress. There’s also plenty of people who feel comfortable wearing their jeans and nice shirt to the traditional service.

The refuge

What's the Music Like?

In The Refuge service, our worship band leads the congregation in recent songs from artists like Elevation Worship, Bethel, Hillsong United, and other popular Christian artists. The chances are good that if you listen to Christian radio, you will be familiar with much of the music heard on a Sunday morning. For a sample, check out our “Weekend Playlist” on Spotify!

What should I wear?

We want you to feel at ease when you walk in, and not have to worry about fitting in based on what you’re wearing. It’s not uncommon to see someone in shorts and flip-flops sitting next to a friend wearing a button-down shirt and tie in the Refuge. Jeans and a t-shirt are pretty common, too.

The Blend

What's the Music Like?

The Blend worship service bridges the gap between contemporary and traditional by taking timeless hymns and popular praise choruses, and offering them in a simplified, more acoustic setting with guitar and piano.

What should I wear?

The Blend is a casual experience, so you can feel comfortable in jeans, joggers, and even pajama pants if you were up late studying for a test the night before.

1000 Woodward Ave. Ruston, LA 71270

Main Sanctuary | 9:00 am

Traditional Worship

Trinity Center | 11:00 am

The Refuge - Modern Worship

Burkhalter Chapel | 11:00 am

The Blend - Casual Worship

Campus Map

Please use our campus map as a reference to help you find where to park, and where to enter the building once you arrive. If you’re still nervous about finding your way, use the form below to let us know you’re coming, and we’ll be in touch with you to make sure someone is available just for you when you arrive to help make your visit to Trinity as stress-free as possible.

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