Frequently asked questions about Trinity.
Can I bring my child to church services?
There are nursery facilities where you can leave your young children. Crying babies can be taken out of the sanctuary to the overlook room so you can still watch and hear the service.
Do I have to be a member to take Communion?
The Lord invites to His table His own baptized children, after they have been properly instructed in the faith. He invites those who have faith that His Supper is what He has made it to be: the providing of His own body given for us and His own blood shed for the remission of our sins.
In this gift, He also strengthens us in faith and life. If this is what you believe and need, then you are invited to come forward and receive the Lord’s gifts.
Is the fellowship hall, kitchen or a classroom to rent?
Officially we cannot charge rent for use of the building, but we can take donations for use of the building. Contact Katy and she can check the calendar for availability of space.
Are non members able to participate with the mission trips or other activities that Trinity sponsors?
Non members are most welcome to participate with any of the activities and mission trips offered through Trinity. We are excited that you want to use you time and talents to help others in practical ways.
Who do I contact if we want to get married at Trinity?
You can contact DCE Cynthia Lavrenz for details.