Trinity UMC
No matter when or why you're visiting Trinity, feel free to be yourself. Wear clothes that make you comfortable, join in or stand back, sing along or don't, worship or simply watch. We'll just be glad you're with us!


Here's a little more detail on our Sunday gatherings:
Worship at 8:30 a.m.--an intimate and simple service centered on time-honored elements from our heritage. This service usually lasts 45-50 minutes.
Worship at 10:30 a.m.--a larger, higher-energy service that serves up a blend of elements from the past and present. Technology plays a larger role here and musicians fill the stage.
Sunday breakfast at 9:00 a.m.--Every Sunday, breakfast is served at the fellowship building. Arrive anytime before 9:30, grab something to eat, and catch up with old friends or get acquainted with new ones.
Small groups at 9:30 a.m.--We have small groups for everyone! Using relevant and engaging material, these groups are for learning and fellowship. This is a great place for the whole family to plug in to Trinity.

Serving Others

We also gather to serve our community. Reaching out a helping hand is part of Trinity's DNA. These are a few of the ways we exhibit our love for God and neighbor:
Food Bank--Every month, we give away bags of groceries to anyone in need. Food banks are always on Saturday mornings from 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. Check our calendar for specific dates.
Diaper Pantry--Also every month, usually at 9 a.m. on the Tuesday after the Food Bank, diapers are distributed free of charge to parents, foster parents, or grandparents who are caring for children.
Clothes Closet--Trinity keeps a wide varety of clothing and shoes on hand so that we can clothe children who come into the foster care system and others who need emergency help.
Casserole Ministry--Ladies from the church get together once a month to make casseroles. These casseroles are given to those who are sick or to anyone who just needs a meal.
Backpack Fridays--Along with other area churches, we help provide weekend meals for local public school students and their families.
Reach Up, Reach Out, Reach In