We are a healthy, vibrant, happy community of faith populated by people of all ages. Through worship, learning, and community we seek to live our lives as faithful disciples of Jesus Christ. We strive to provide a warm and sincere welcome to visitors and newcomers with the hope that they will find at Trinity an inspiring place to worship and a community ready to embrace them.
Becoming a Member
There are several milestones in the journey of belonging. The first and most important decision is to participate regularly in Sunday morning worship, our primary act as a Christian community as we gather to pray, learn, and gain support from one another. Many people attend Trinity regularly for a year before taking steps to join the parish, and others jump right in. Whatever your pace, we are happy to share our worship life with you in this initial period of exploration. Getting to Trinity during the summer contruction can be a challenge. Read the construction newsletter and see the map to learn more.
When you begin to feel at home, another step of belonging is choosing to participate in some measured way in the life and mission of the church. It may mean attending an education program, helping at coffee hour, or joining a ministry team. Engaging in this way is an excellent way to explore your interests and to meet members of the congregation.
Once you feel ready, there are some official steps to membership at Trinity Church:
- Attend a
- This class is an opportunity to meet the clergy and leaders of the parish and other people exploring membership. Spring of 2017 will have classes held April 23, April 30, and May 7. A welcome dinner will be held on May 20th, 2017.
- Be officially
- After each New Member Class the congregation officially welcomes its new members with a special prayer and liturgy during its Sunday morning service. We also include pictures and short biographies of new members in that Sunday’s bulletin. The next official welcome will be held on May 21, 2017.
- Support the
- We ask our members to make a financial contribution to the church and to support its ministry through prayer and participation. It is one way we express gratitude to God for the blessings of our lives.
- Connect with
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