What makes the Gospel the Good News
is not who it keeps out,
but who it lets in.
At Trinity, All Are Welcome
You are welcome no matter where you're at on your faith journey. You are welcome no matter what you've been through. You are welcome no matter what you believe, who you love, or how you vote.
At Trinity, all are welcome.
Learn what new and long-time Trinity members have to say about our community and why they choose to be a part of it.
Our call is simple: to continue to live Jesus' example. We receive God's gifts of grace and mercy and in turn are called to pass them on.
Whether we are opening our doors as a homeless shelter, serving those with physical or mental disabilities, reaching out to those who feel excluded or judged, or involving young people in service, we take seriously that we are God's hands in this world doing God's work.
To Glorify God by celebrating God's Love
Growing in faith and knowledge
Reaching out with the compassion of Christ to all.
TRADITION FOR TODAY
Trinity is firmly rooted in Lutheran theology . We follow the liturgy of the church (readings from scripture, homily, prayers of the people, Eucharist). We believe sacraments are gifts from God and what God gives is given freely to everyone.
And yet, we are not afraid to evolve. Pastor Gregg has a way of taking ancient biblical scripture and making it relatable to our lives and world today. That means that sometimes we celebrate high church with incense and holy water and other times our youth help lead the service or Pastor Gregg works a Beatle's song into his sermon.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Welcoming. Accepting. Relaxed. Caring.
If you visit, we want you to take things at your pace. We'll be glad you're with us, but no one will pressure you to "officially" join. Want to jump in with both feet? Great. Want to see what you think? That's great too. God loves you just as you are and so do we.
We're a congregation that cares about each and every member. Trinity is not just a church to attend. We're a community of love and support - there to celebrate those joyous sacramental moments with you, share in your spiritual growth, work with you to build the Kingdom, and circle around you in the hard times too.