Checking out a church for the first time can be a little intimidating. Here are some tips to help you navigate a visit to Trinity.
Arrival. When you arrive for Sunday morning service, greeters, ushers, and info desk volunteers are here to help you with any questions you may have. While you wait for service to begin, grab a cup of coffee on us!
Service. We worship together through music, prayer, Bible based teaching, and the giving of tithes and offerings. Our worship music has a contemporary expression of worship overall, but with some traditional elements added. Our Bible based teaching tends to walk through sections or books within the Bible, and you are always encouraged to follow along in a Bible or Bible app - don't worry if you don't have a Bible, we have Bibles in the pew racks. If you are a guest, please feel no obligation to give during our offering. Our worship service is usually approximately 75 minutes in length.
Communion. Although the exact Sunday may vary, we typically serve communion on the first Sunday of every month. This is a time of reflection, thanksgiving, and solemn remembrance about Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection. We practice open communion here at Trinity Baptist Church. This means that anyone who has accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour is welcome to participate. The person leading Communion will give simple instructions so everyone knows how to participate.
Prayer. After the morning service, a Pastor or other church leader will be available at the front of the sanctuary to pray with you if you would like. People also use the chalk walls at the back of the sanctuary to write down prayer requests.
Kids. We offer weekly Sunday morning ministries from birth to Grade 6. Our children’s program is just down the stairs where you will be greeted by a host at the sign in desk who will help you sign in your children. For children under Grade 1, parents will receive name and security tags and will need to show their security tag in order to pick up their child. Once your children are registered, signed in and settled, parents can go upstairs to worship.