We’re glad you’re here!


Whether you just moved to town, want to explore the Christian faith, or you want to continue to grow in your faith and follow Jesus with us, you are welcome here.


If you don’t know what to expect, church can be an intimidating place to visit. Don’t worry, you won’t be singled out. Our services last about an hour and 15 minutes which includes music and a message from the Bible.


We hope that through visiting with us you will experience the hope, love, and joy that comes from a community of people who love Jesus.


Come check us out on a Sunday; we’d love to meet you! 



Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about Trinity PCA. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.



Q: Are you a Christian church?
Absolutely! Trinity believes in the authority of the Christian scriptures for our lives and practices. We hold to the essential orthodox Christian beliefs as best expressed in the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Westminster Confession of Faith. If you'd like, you can check out a more detailed description of our beliefs on the About Us page or our Statement of Doctrine.

Q: What does PCA stand for? 

PCA stands for Presbyterian Church in America, our denomination. The PCA is an evangelical denomination and is the 2nd largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States. The PCA is known for its work in world missions, church planting, college ministry and theological leadership in evangelicalism.



Q: What time is Trinity's Sunday service?
Our Sunday service begins at 9:45 a.m. and generally lasts until 11:00 a.m. We have several Sunday School classes for all ages that run from about 11:15 a.m. until 12:15 p.m.

Q. How should I dress?
Simply put, dress how you feel most comfortable. There is no dress code for worship. Some wear suits, others wear shorts and jeans. All are welcome.


Q. Will I be singled out?
No. We will not ask visitors to stand and be recognized, to come to the front, or anything like that.


Q. Will I be pressured to give money?
No. Giving is something for members and regular attendees of Trinity.  It is for those who have chosen Trinity as their church family and have made Trinity’s mission their mission.


Q. What is the service like?

We sing both traditional hymns and contemporary worship choruses. We also approach God through responsive scripture readings and creeds from the history of the church. We try to stay in touch with the historic traditions of worship while bringing in the best of what God is doing in contemporary worship movements. 



Q: Do you have a room for nursing mothers?

Nursing mothers are welcome to nurse wherever they feel most comfortable. We have rocking chairs in the nursery and other comfortable chairs in a small, private room with a locking door just off the sanctuary.

Q: Do you have a children’s ministry?
Yes, we do! For those parents who prefer to have their children up to age three in the
nursery, a loving and safe room is available. It is staffed by church members who love children and want to be there. They will care for your children during worship and Sunday School.


During the main service, children ages 4 through 2nd grade are dismissed before the sermon starts for Children's Church, where they have a special time of learning about Jesus geared to their level of understanding.

During Sunday School there are classes for all ages.

Q: Do you have a youth group?
Our Youth Group leads worship once a month, hosts fundraisers for our food pantry, and participates in service projects.



Q: Do you have small groups?
Yes, we do! A Berea and a Richmond growth group. One meets during the week, and the other on Sunday night. There is also a prayer group that meets on Tuesdays. See Upcoming Events for the schedule and locations. For more information on getting connected at Trinity, check out our Get Connected page. 


Q: How can I serve?
Thanks for asking! We are always looking for more volunteers to serve in a number of areas. You can find more information on volunteering in our weekly bulletin or on our Get Connected page.