Frequently Asked Questions
Location and Time?
Our service starts at 10 AM on Sunday mornings. We meet in The Reeves Auditorium at the North Carolina Botanical Garden, located at 100 Old Mason Farm Road, Chapel Hill 27517.
Starting on October 6th, we will have two services:
First Service - 8:30 - 9:30 AM
Education and Fellowship - 9:30 - 10:20
Second Service - 10:30 - Noon (Nursery and Children's Chapel provided)
Do you meet outside in the Garden?
No, we meet in Reeves Auditorium, a lovely indoor space which overlooks the Botanical Gardens.
When you drive through the gate, you will be met by one of our friendly gatekeepers.
Once inside the gate, simply park your car in the lot and follow the signs to the auditorium.
There you will be greeted by an usher who will give you a worship booklet with details to facilitate your time worshiping at Holy Trinity.
We have a Nursery for infants and toddlers. On Sundays, we also offer a Children's Chapel for ages 3 through 3rd grade as well as a Midweek Atrium Children's Ministry using the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Your children are a priority for us and we work hard to ensure their time with us is well spent and safe.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Most dress casually. Some dress more formally.
WHAT SORT OF MUSIC WILL WE SING?
We are a church which loves to sing. Our musical worship is vibrant. We do not sing contemporary songs which focus on the actions or feelings of the individual. We prefer to sing traditional hymns and contemporary songs which appropriately direct our worship away from ourselves, towards God.
WILL THERE BE HOLY COMMUNION?
We come to the Lord's Table each and every Sunday. The Table is open to any baptized follower of Christ.
WHAT ABOUT AFTER THE SERVICE?
After the service we gather for coffee, snacks, and conversation. We serve Living Wage coffee from Land of 1000 Hills Coffee. Often our folks gather for lunch or church suppers.
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