Welcome, we are thrilled you are here! Visiting a new church for the first time can be uncomfortable and intimidating, so hopefully this website will help you feel a bit more comfortable with Trinity Baptist Church. We would love for you to be our guest at an upcoming service. Here is a little preview of what to expect. If the information on this website doesn’t answer your questions, please feel free to contact us.

We have two entrances, one at the front of the church and one in the rear. An usher will be at either door to assist you and help you learn your way around. The rear entrance is handicap accessible and there is an elevator to take those who need assistance up to the main auditorium. An usher can show you around if desired and help you find a seat if you would like. The main auditorium is very large, which makes social distancing easy and safe. Face coverings and hand sanitizer are available in the foyer if desired.

Sunday School opens with a song at 10:00AM and then will feature a verse-by-verse Bible study through a book of the bible or a topic. We will take a short break before the main worship service begins at 11:00. The service may consist of congregational singing, prayer, special music followed by a message preached from the Bible. Prior to the preaching, young children may be dismissed to participate in the Junior Church, if desired.

Sunday evening services are considered a “family service” so there are no children’s programs at that time.  

Wednesday evening services are more informal and will include singing, prayer, testimonies, and a Bible study. While the adult service is conducted in the main auditorium, children’s AWANA classes are held in the lower-level academic wing and the teen Bible study is held with our Assistance Pastor, Mike Watson in the upper-level academic wing. As always, an usher will be available to show you and your family to the appropriate place and answers any questions you have.

We hope you will visit very soon. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions of if there is anything we can do to be a blessing.