Most Common Questions
We know that coming to a new church can be a tough decision. Feel free to check out our site, see the answers to some of the most common questions below, then decide if we would be a church you would like to visit. Of course you can always reach out to us with any additional questions you might have.
Most Common Questions
What Does Trinity Believe?
Trinity is a non-denominational church. We believe all are welcome to come and worship regardless of background or denominational affiliation. For more information on some of our beliefs continue scrolling down this page to check out what we believe.
How Long is the Service?
Our service usually lasts 65-70 minutes. The worship celebration service consists of Praise and Worship music, Bible Reading, prayer, and a positive and relevant message from the Bible which can be applied to your everyday life.
How Should I Dress?
Feel free to come as you are. We dress for comfort on Sundays. Whether you are comfortable in a jeans and a t-shirt or a suit and tie or dress, we welcome you. Our building is climate controlled with individual padded chairs for your comfort.
What is the Music Like
We sing many praise and worship songs accompanied by high tech audio and video sound and graphics and an occasional live praise band. We want our praise to bring glory to God and to stir the hearts of the worshiper to draw closer to the Savior Jesus Christ.
Is the Entire Family Welcome in the Service?
We leave this decision up to the individual families. We would love to have the children join us during the service, so they can experience the Joy of the Lord.
Does Trinity Take an Offering Each Week?
Yes, in the back of the church we have an offering area, where you can give joyfully in the measure that the Lord has blessed you.
What We Believe
Below are just a few statements of our belief. For additional information please feel free to stop in and visit, we would love to have a conversation.
2 Timothy 3:16-17
The entire Bible is God’s Word and is without error. It is the authority on which we base our faith and life.
Jesus Christ - God the Son
John 1:1,14, & 18 / Colossians 1:15-20 / Luke 1:26-38 / Philippians 2:5-11
We believe that Jesus Christ, the eternal Son, in obedience to God the Father took on human flesh. He was conceived through the miraculous work of the Holy Spirit, and was born of the virgin Mary. He lived a sinless life, perfectly pleasing to the Father, died on a cross, rose from the dead, ascended to heaven, and reigns over all things.
There is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Romans 6:21-26 / 2 Corinthians 5:21 / John 1:12 / Ephesians 2:8-9
Salvation only comes from the perfect obedience and substitutionary atonement of Jesus Christ. We receive God’s act of mercy and grace by faith through believing that Jesus Christ came to earth, lived a life perfectly pleasing to the Father, which gets credited to us and He takes on our sin at the cross. There at the cross Jesus Christ suffered and died on our behalf.
Through Jesus Christ’s life, death and resurrection, we can be born again into a new life of victory and freedom as a new creation. When we believe and receive the work of Jesus Christ, we are given the right to be called children of God. Salvation can’t be earned and is entirely a gift from God that we can receive.
The Fall of Man
Genesis 3 & Romans 3:23
From one single act of disobedience in the garden, man has fallen and we are totally unable to save ourselves
Our Christian Walk
Romans 12:1-2 / Colossians 1:10 / Ephesians 2:10 / Matthew 28:19-20
Jesus Christ is our example for living in this life. He calls us to a live a holy life and to share our faith.