A blended service, the music for our 9:40 am Sunday service is provided by our Sonlight Youth Choir & Band.
When you arrive at Trinity for any of our Worship Services, you can park in any parking lot (the best parking spaces are for our first time visitors!) and follow the signs to our large Worship Center or the Chapel.
At the front door, there are maps and Visitor’s Guides for you to start to familiarize yourself with Trinity, as well as a welcome gift for first time visitors. Should you have any questions, please find one of our Ushers or Greeters, who would love to help!
If you arrive early, please come have a cup of Coffee or Tea at the Welcome Center located outside the Worship Center (follow the bleary-eyed crowd looking for their early-morning-pick-me-up).
When you come in the Worship Center, you'll be given a copy of The Bulletin which has the week's announcements and an agenda for the day's service. You can also download our app for a digital copy.
Children's Ministry: You can stop by the Children Ministries Reception Desk located in the Education Building (just next to the Worship Center) and someone will help you register your children. We offer childcare at all worship services, and Sunday School for our 9:40 and 11am Sunday services. We've instituted a new security system so you'll know your kids are safe and well cared for. If your kids are shy, they're welcome to attend the adult service with you, but most kids really enjoy the kids programs for infants through 5th grade.
Trinity Yoots: Our Middle School and High School students meet on Sunday mornings from 11:00 am on the second floor of the Education Building.
After the service, you'll pick up your kids from their classrooms, and then we hope you'll stay around, meet some people and enjoy some coffee. Church is about God and worship, but it's also about community and friendship, so we hope people really experience warmth and friendliness at Trinity.
Dress however you feel most comfortable. Some people wear ties and coats, some wear what is dryly known as “office casual”, others wear shorts and sandals.
Volunteers embody United Methodist’s love in action by doing all the good they can, in all the places they can, to all the people they can. We hope you will decide to use a volunteer opportunity as an Usher and Greeter or Communion Server as a way to live your calling more faithfully. Find out more!
Members and guests who are hearing impaired may borrow a Hearing Assistance Unit from an usher. Those with hearing aids, please use the T-Coil setting and adjust volume as necessary to take advantage of our hearing loop. For any further assistance, please ask at the usher station, which is located in the Narthex.
Our Golf Cart team is available to assist those in need of a ride from their car to the Worship Center, Education Building, or Chapel. Please watch for the cart as it peruses our parking lots.
There is a family restroom available in our Hospitality room right off the lobby of our Worship Center as well as in our children's Sunday school hallway of our Education Building.
At every location, we offer access to our building for people with a disability or handicap.
We are also able to provide close parking access for those registered with the DMV as a person with a handicap as well as "special needs" parking spaces. Special Needs parking in our Education Parking area (no Handicapped Placard is required) is available on Sundays from 7:00am - noon for those persons who need to be close to the building entries but don't need the wider ADA space.