Traditional worship at Trinity keeps us in touch with the deepest roots of the Christian faith. We appreciate the traditional elements of worship and have pews, pulpits, choir lofts, robes for pastors and choirs, daylight streaming through the stained glass, the deep resonant sound of a pipe organ, and the classical piano. Voices led by the Chancel Choir lift high the praises of God. It has everything you'd expect in traditional worship.
Every Sunday is a structured combination of the use of traditional prayers and liturgy. It allows you to put yourself in a place where we can hear God's voice through song, traditional prayer, scripture reading, and sermon.
Entering the Memorial Fellowship Hall you are greeted by the sound of musicians with guitars, a keyboard, and a drum set perform a microphone sound check. When the electronic countdown board reaches zero, the worship band launches into a set heartfelt song praising God. Each song meant to help you focus on your personal devotional experience and praise before the message.
Contemporary worship provides a mix of contemporary and traditional elements. If you love church traditions and a bit more pep in your music, contemporary is the perfect place for you.
Sundays @ 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Sanctuary (Bldg. B)
Sundays @ 11:00 a.m.
Sundays @ 9:45 a.m.
Memorial Fellowship Hall (Bldg. C)
Kids Time (grade K-5)
Sundays @ 9:45 a.m.
Dean Fellowship Hall (Bldg. A)
Trinity Student Ministry (grades 6-12)
Sundays @ 6:00 p.m.
Memorial Fellowship Hall (Bldg. C)
The NASA space program uses a mission-critical system to plan and account for every detail when sending an astronaut into space. This system is essential to the survival of any operations and, if it fails, creates the possibility of significant loss. In life, you are the astronaut, and the mission is not to make it to the moon but, more importantly, make disciples of Jesus Christ. We rely on God to control our Mission-Critical System, and God does not fail. From the space shuttle to Houston, God is essential to our survival. We rely on God, who has planned and accounted for every detail for us to complete our mission one small step at a time to make a giant leap in faith.
Join us May 30 - July 4 as we explore 2nd Corinthians and discover how we are to complete the steps of our mission of making disciples.
Each worship service is approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour. Doors will open 15 minutes prior to each in-person worship.
Yes! At Trinity we love kids! From infants to elementary age, we have done our best to help your children have a blast while learning about Jesus in a fun and safe environment. Kids Time is at 9:45 a.m. each Sunday.
We take very intentional steps to keep you safe.
Our safety precautions:
1. Face coverings are optional yet encouraged (especially if you are at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19).
2. If you have a fever or feel ill, stay home and contact a doctor.
3. We encourage everyone to spread out and maintain social distancing during worship and meetings.
We are a "come as you are" church! If you like the traditional church elements and want to wear your Sunday best or prefer the comfy casual, you are welcome here. We want you to be comfortable while worshipping!
We currently do not livestream our worship service. We do record our 8:30 a.m. worship and post it to Facebook & YouTube at 11 a.m. to give you the experience of being in the church.
Again, we currently don't livestream but a recording of the worship service will be posted on YouTube at 11:00 a.m. each Sunday.
The online worship runs approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.
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Of course, we could tell you how much we love Trinity and think you'd love it too, but why take just our word for it. Check out some testimonies from some of our members and why the chose Trinity.
"I started coming to Trinity when I was just a baby. As I grew up and went through everyday teenage struggles, I fell away from the church and God. My sister introduced me to the Youth Director, Matt Hull, and the youth group, who welcomed me with open arms. Discovering the youth group saved me and gave me the support system to grow in my faith and as a person. My youth experiences, such as attending Oakwood at Blue Lake Camp and truly seeing Jesus move through the people and chapel, reaffirmed my decision to stay with Trinity and encouraged me to serve as I have grown up. I am currently a small group leader and mentor for Trinity Student Ministries. Trinity is my home away from home. It is more than a church, it's a family that will rally around you during the good and bad times. I can't imagine being anywhere else."
"When Tyler and I first moved to Fort Walton Beach, FL, we visited nearly every church in town. None of them felt quite right to us until we came to Trinity! Wayne and Susan Kuhn welcomed us and introduced us to another couple our age. We received such a warm welcome that we immediately felt at home at Trinity. We were asked to be ushers, which was a great way to meet people. Our family has grown up with Trinity over the past 16 years, and we are so thankful for how Trinity has impacted us through worship, youth and children's ministries, friends, and fellowship. I grew up in church and accepted Christ at a young age. I am so happy to have found a church home for our family so that kids can have that same experience."
-Jami Searle (Kellan, Kate, & Tyler)