Below is a some general information about Trinity, including some frequently asked questions by our visitors. If you have worshiped with us before and know you are interested in membership and want to register for the Bible Information Class click here.
What to expect when you visit:
When you come to Trinity you will see people! People who want to grow in God’s Word and in their faith, people who want to grow at living their faith. You will see people who have sinned and need forgiveness. You will see people who are new to Trinity or Christianity and some who come from families that have been here for generations. Although we are many and we all have different stories, we are a family of believers.
But most of all, when you come to Trinity we hope you see Jesus. Jesus is the reason we are forgiven. Jesus is the reason we have heaven. Jesus is the reason we believe. Jesus is the center of everything we do at Trinity.
How should I dress?
Sometimes people wonder how they are expected to dress at a church they have never visited before. Since the Bible gives no dress code, aside from simple decency and Christian humility, Trinity doesn’t make any rules either. On any weekend at our church you may see suits and jeans, high heels and tennis shoes, t-shirts and ties.
Do I have to give money?
The members of Trinity have joined together to carry out and support with their financial offerings the missions and ministries of our congregation. When you visit, you are our guests. Please do not feel obligated to make a contribution.
What about my kids?
Ideally, you want your children to worship with you so they can learn from your example. But we also understand how young children can be difficult to handle. We have a staffed nursery (called the Children's Activity Center) for babies through age four. The nursery is staffed during the 9:30 and 11:00 Sunday morning services.