Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What kind of church is Trinity?
A: Trinity is a church that welcomes people wherever they may be in their spiritual journey. Our ministries are meant to help those of all ages grow in their faith and reflect Christ in their lives. The Bible is our reference point for all we believe and do.
 
Q: What should I wear?
A: At Trinity, all we ask is that you “come as you are.” There’s no dress code here. You might see everything from suits with ties to jeans and sneakers to sandals in the summer months. As long as you are comfortable and ready to worship with us, we’re happy you’re here.

 

Q: What’s available for my children at Trinity on a Sunday morning?
A: 11:00 is our Next Gen hour, where we have a place to belong for your child at every age from birth through graduation. If you are looking for more information about our Kids Ministry (ages birth through 5th grade), please click here. If you would like more information about our Student Ministry (6th through 12th grade) please click here.
 
Q: What does each service look like on a Sunday morning?
A: Trinity has two identical services at 9:30am and 11:00am on Sunday. You can also catch us on our Facebook page or at trinitymentor.com/live. Our style is somewhat contemporary yet grounded in the history of the church. You will hear new songs alongside old ones as well as readings from the ancient and modern church. The messages are primarily expositions from the Bible with application for today.
 
Q: How do I connect?
A: If you are new to Trinity, we believe taking a next step toward connecting with others is vital. We offer a variety of ways to connect and encourage you to find the one that is best for you. To start the connection process, please fill out our Connection Points form, and our Senior Associate Pastor will reach out to help you take the next steps.

 

Q: What is available for student ministry at Trinity?

A: Trinity provides both a mid-week student gathering on Thursday night and a Sunday morning class that give teens the opportunity to gather together, build community, and learn through gospel-centered teaching and discipleship in Jesus Christ. Beyond our weekly programs, we also provide students with service opportunities, overnight retreats and mission trips that help emphasize that the Christian life is one that works and exists every day of the week.