Worship: Trinity Sunday


Trinity Sunday falls on the Sunday after Pentecost. After the celebration of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the church, we turn our attention to the ongoing work of the Triune God in our world: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Many of our liturgical days are tied to specific events, but we celebrate God's being and character this Sunday, which is worthy of all our praise!

Worship Resources for Trinity Sunday

This year we also encourage you to show the #ThisIsCRCWorship video with the written prayer as we together celebrate our unity in worship of our Triune God.  You can find the video and prayer in this post.


Much of our worship music tends to focus on one part of the Trinity, but on Trinity Sunday we want to utilize music that recognizes all three parts of the Trinity. 

Below is a starter list of songs that utilize the language of the Trinity. Comment your favorite song for Trinity Sunday below! 

“Holy Holy Holy” (Nicaea) by John Bacchus Dykes and Reginald Heber

“How Great is Our God” by Chris Tomlin 

“King Of Kings” by Brooke Ligertwood, Jason Ingram, and Scott Ligertwood

“Lead Us Heavenly Father Lead Us” by James Edmeston

“O Trinity Most Blessed Light” (Tallis' Canon) by Ambrose Of Milan, John Mason, and Neale Thomas Tallis

“Our God Saves” by Brenton Brown and Paul Baloche

“Praise The Father Praise The Son” by Chris Tomlin and Ed Cash

“The Lord Is My Salvation” by Jonas Myrin, Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty, and Nathan Nockels

“This I Believe (The Creed)” by Ben Fielding and Matt Crocker




Resources below are available to order for Worship Ministries Special Sunday offerings or contact [email protected] for assistance.



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