Welcome to Trinity! Whether you are thinking about attending church for the very first time or church has been a part of your life for years, you are most welcome! The following F.A.Q. may be of help:

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What time are services?
A: Sunday services are at 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Q: What about parking?
A: Parking is located behind and in front of the church. There is reserved parking for the elderly and those with disabilities.

Q: What style of worship can I expect to experience?
A: Our style of worship is simple and traditional. Our liturgy is composed of prayer, the reading of the Ten Commandments, hymns, psalms and a sermon.

Q: What if I am new?
A: Each Sunday, people at both doors will welcome you, help you find your way around and point you to others should you have further questions. An usher will give you a bulletin which provides a guide to what happens in each service. You are invited to stay for refreshments following Sunday morning worship. Please join us in the Fellowship Hall (right beside the sanctuary) for coffee/tea/juice and a chance to chat. If you would like a place to visit after the morning service for coffee and/or lunch, our Host Family for that Sunday would be pleased to welcome you to their home.

Q: What about my children?
A: Our church provides Nursery care for those who desire it. Infants are in the nursery upstairs while those aged about 18 months and older have room to play downstairs. An Extended Nursery program for 3 and 4 yr. olds is offered in the far room downstairs. Prayer, singing, and a Bible story as well as play time are part of this program. Kindergarten and school-aged children are encouraged to be part of regular worship. Children ages 3-5 are welcome to a short Sunday School program held downstairs immediately following morning worship.

Q: What if I am interested in joining?
A: If you are considering membership or just want to know more, we will be glad to direct you to speak with one of our elders or our Pastor.  If you would like to transfer your membership form a related church, our elders will meet with you to get to know you and welcome you.  If you are interested in joining but do not have membership currently in a sister church, typically you will be asked to take a New Members class.

Q: What sort of leadership does your church have?
A: Our church leadership consists of a minister, elders and deacons. The minister’s calling is to preach and administer the sacraments of Baptism and Communion. Elders are to teach, disciple, guide and correct the flock. Deacons provide comfort to the needy and encouragement to all members of the congregation.

Q: What about during the week?
A: We have a variety of Bible studies, programs and ways to get involved for children, youth and adults.  We’d love you to join us!  Please Check Church Life for more information and contact the church office if you would like more information.

For more information, please see the About Us page.