Greeting from the Pastor
Are you looking for a place where you’ll feel loved and welcomed no matter who you are and where you’ve been? Are you looking for a place where you’ll be challenged to deepen your relationship with God and respond to the needs of others? Are you looking for a place where you can learn what it means to be a disciple of Jesus?
At Trinity, we seek to live out our vision of “Growing in love and service through relationships with God and community." I want to personally invite you to join us in living out this vision by exploring Trinity’s opportunities to worship, learn, fellowship and serve. You’re welcome to connect with me anytime if you have questions about Trinity or what it means to be a follower of Jesus.
Grace and peace,
Tracey Leslie, Senior Pastor
Helpful information for first time visitors
Trinity is an official Welcoming Congregation: Our welcome knows no boundaries of age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation/ identity, economic condition, physical or mental ability. We believe that everyone is of sacred worth and not one man or woman is greater than another. We cooperate in ministry with other local churches and groups of God’s people as we participate in the worldwide mission of Christ. We offer opportunities to worship, learn, fellowship, and serve others and we invite you to join us.
Below is some information to help you find your way around…
Parking for visitors is available in the lot on the north side of North Street. You may enter from 5th or North Streets.
The Trinity nursery welcomes infants and toddlers each week for the Sunday School and Worship hours. The nursery is located in the church basement. This area includes a nursing mother's/crying baby room and baby changing facilities. Set up a time to tour the childcare area and meet the childcare workers by contacting our Children's Ministry Directory, Melissa Kramer at firstname.lastname@example.org
An elevator is located on the North Street side of the building, adjacent to the alley. Enter from the street. The elevator will take you up to the sanctuary level and down to Fellowship Hall. Handicap parking is available on North Street by the elevator entrance.
Trinity has a hearing loop - a system that tirelessly transmits sound to any hearing aid with a telecoil, also known as a T-coil. Portable receivers are available for those who do not utilize a personal hearing aid. Please see an usher for more information or hearing assistance devices.
If you need transportation to church for worship or Sunday School, the Trinity bus can pick you up. Contact Susie Riley at email@example.com. There is no charge for this service.
If you have any questions about any of our ministry areas, feel free to email our staff directly. Click here for the staff directory.