in person or online, we're glad you're here
You've come this far and are curious about Trinity, and we feel the same about you! When you decide to walk in the doors for a Sunday morning service you will be warmly welcomed, talked to, and cared for - and your children and students too. You'll hear about Jesus, from God's Word, in a place that's filled with the Spirit - and meet people like you - with career concerns, home lives, imperfect families, and the desire to worship. Have questions? Check out our FAQ below. We look forward to meeting you!
frequently asked questions
where Do i go?
There is parking just for you on the Northeast side of the building, or anywhere you like. The Worship Center is located on the East side of the building and the Sanctuary is located on the West side. You'll be greeted at the door and can ask our Connection Team any questions! Just look for the orange "How can I help?" tags!
what do i wear?
No need to dress up! Whatever you are most comfortable wearing is how you should come. Most people dress casually.
how long is the service?
The service will be about an hour long. Typically it will begin with a welcome followed by announcements and a prayer, then 2-3 songs, a message (check out our current series), and a few more songs at the end.
what about kids?
We love kids! During the service, children in 5th grade and younger experience Jesus and care at their level in our TreeHouse Kids ministry, including nursery for babies and toddlers, which includes singing, crafts, and learning. Your children are also welcome in service and Kid sermon notes can be found at all entrances! Middle School & High School events happen throughout the week.
What if i have questions?
Look for people wearing "How Can I Help?" badges at each of the doors and in the lobby. We can't wait to meet you and answer your questions. And we would love the chance to invite you back again. Additional concerns? Send us your questions now!
can i still come if i . . .?
Yes! However you end this question... am hurting, unsure, broken, scared (or scarred), skeptical... you are welcome here. Jesus meets us where we are, all of us (though, thankfully, He doesn't leave us there), and we meet each other here. See you on Sunday!