Overview photo of the entire congregation with pastor at the head of the church preaching about Jesus.

I’m New Here

Our service is designed to be easy and welcoming, with an atmosphere that is both sacred and informal.

Worship at Trinity Community is what you might refer to as front porch liturgical.
What does that mean?

By “front porch” we mean our services are friendly, warm, and engaging, and relatable.

“Liturgical” is simply an old word that means “the work of the people.”

In other words, everyone—not just whoever is “up front”—has the same playbook, and the opportunity to participate in the service through song, through reading Scripture together, and through reciting prayers and professions of faith. Whether you actively participate or simply sit back and observe, you’ll learn more about what Christians believe and why we believe it.

Our services are normally about 75 minutes, and contain singing, praying, preaching, and communion (the Lord’s Supper).

Wear whatever you’re comfortable in—from jeans and boots to shorts and flip flops.

Weekly Communion

We celebrate communion each Sunday. Those who have made a decision for Christ are welcome to partake, and we welcome all who would like prayer.

Church Members being served communion at the head of the church.
Small children being taught a Bible story by teacher.
Small child looking intently at the camera while his mother's hand is on his shoulder.


At Trinity Community, kids are a big deal.

Our goal is that they hear the good news of Jesus just as clearly and winsomely as anyone else, and this takes different forms, depending upon age. We have offerings for:

  • Infants – six years old
  • Kindergarten – 3rd Grade
  • 4th Grade – 6th Grade
  • 7th Grade – 12th Grade

Children play games, develop friendships, and hear God’s Word presented in an age-appropriate fashion.

For kids seven and up, it is our honor to have them participate in the entire worship service, complete with listening guides to help them understand and apply what they are hearing.