A Quick Look At Trinity
Trinity is known as “the friendly church”. Regardless of whether you are a long time Christian, a new seeker of answers or anywhere in between, Trinity welcomes you and hopes that you will choose to “grow, serve and celebrate” with us. We are a church of approximately 135 families and our members include a myriad of ages, nationalities, backgrounds and interests. Ministers, Rev. Shaun Seaman, Meghan Brown Saavedra, Minister of Discipleship Ministries and Youth and Music Minister, David Chin, supported by all the congregation of Trinity try to serve the needs of each member through numerous programs, activities and fellowship opportunities. Trinity also strongly supports various local, national and international mission projects.
Our Worship Services are at 9:00 am and 11:00 am from September until June, with summer services at 10 am. These services are thought provoking, inspiring, interesting and meaningful. Nursery Care is provided for infants and toddlers. Older children may sit with their parents in the sanctuary until after the children’s story and may then, if they wish, attend Sunday School at the early service. We try to reserve extra space at the back of the church for the convenience of parents with babies and young children.
Trinity’s talented musical direction is always inspiring and greatly enhances our time of worship together. Trinity also places a strong emphasis on providing exciting Christian educational programs through a wide variety of group studies as well as numerous children’s programs. Our dynamic Trinity Youth groups continues to offer ever increasing opportunities for Christian growth not only to the youth of our church but to the youth of the community around us.
New members and visitors quickly sense the feeling of a “community of faith” here since Trinity offers so much in terms of spiritual and emotional support as we strive to be God’s light in the community through the love of Jesus Christ our Saviour and the guidance of the Holy Spirit”.
Of course, the exciting news at Trinity is that we hope to be changing location. Due to limited space and a generous donation of land, Trinity made the difficult decision that a move was required. Our new location, a beautiful site, about 6 minutes from our present location, will be at the corner of Huntmar and Richardson Side Road. We hope to complete this move as soon as the sale of our present location and the construction of our new building permit, and although, we may miss “the little white church on the hill”, a loving church is the people within it. Thus, we will be taking Trinity’s true heart with us when we move to the new facilities that will allow us to accommodate all the extensive and exciting activities and programs that Trinity plans to offer to its congregation and to the community.We’ve given you a quick overview of life at Trinity but really the best way to discover all about us is to come visit and experience for yourself what Trinity has to offer you.
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