At Trinity Church we believe that our mission is to make more and stronger disciples of Jesus Christ (Matthew 28). In order to do this, we need to live intentionally. We need to seek Christ and reflect Him to a watching world. 

It's easy to get overwhelmed by the number of people in this world who are living lives apart from Christ, so we are challenging one another to start small: Identify ONE person in your life who doesn't know Christ and pray for them.

At the same time, we are becoming more intentional as a church. We want to be ready to welcome and disciple those whom God brings our way and we want nothing to get in the way of them hearing the Good News that Jesus saves sinners. 

As each of us reaches toward our one, we are making a space where they will love to come and where they will meet Jesus in a life-changing way.

We are rejoicing at the growth we have seen at Trinity in the last year, but we believe it is not enough to have a full church. There are so many others in our community who don't know Jesus! 

Find out more about our ONE Mission.


Our core values are the deep commitments we hold that shape our ministry decisions:

Gospel truth not human wisdom.

God reveals the Gospel through Scripture, so the Bible is authoritative over us. Because of this, we are committed to biblical teaching and expository preaching that proclaims the Gospel of God’s grace and consistently exposes legalism, license, and all false gods.

Outward not inward.

The Gospel is good news to be announced, so we aspire to reject passivity and boldly witness to God’s great work, taking intentional steps every day to actively proclaim the good news to those with whom we come into contact.

Spirit-empowered not human-powered.

The Gospel is from start to finish the story of God’s great work. Rather than relying on our own ingenuity, we prayerfully seek God’s direction, rely on God’s power, and trust in God’s providence.

Real relationships not superficiality. 

We are sinners saved by God’s grace. That means that we are free to stop pretending to be perfect people so that we can become a deep, authentic community. 

Impact not activity. 

It is much easier to be busy than it is to be effective. We are committed to faithfully striving for growth, so we will shape our ministries intentionally for growth and guard against busyness.