Questions you might have....

What door do I use? The double red doors nearest the corner of Steffen Street and Wood Street at the top of the steps is the main entrance. There will be someone to greet you just inside the doors and answer any questions you may have about seating or location of the restrooms. If you should come in another door, the worship service is upstairs and there will be ushers passing out bulletins. They will answer any questions you might have as well.

Where do I park? We have designated handicapped parking on Steffen Street just west of the main entrance. All other parking is on the street.

Handicap Accessibility?

There is a chairlift inside the small red door entrance on Steffen Street which will take you to the sanctuary.

There are also two chairlifts inside the double glass doors along Steffin Street that will take you either to the Sunday School hallway or to the church basement.

How should I dress? Most people who worship at Trinity dress casually. The ladies often wear slacks and a sweater, the men khaki slacks and a dress shirt. You will also find our members in jeans and a comfortable pair of tennis shoes as well as a pretty dress and a suit and tie. Whichever you choose, you will be welcome!

What time does the service start? Our Sunday worship service begins at 10:30 am. Our Sunday School for ages 3 through grades 5 meet downstairs during worship from September through May. Special evening services normally begin at 7:00 pm.

What about my kids? The children are invited to come forward during the Children's Sermon. All children are welcome and will be given a children's bulletin with Christian puzzles and games in it. Sunday School for ages 3 through grades 5 meets during the months from September until May.

Will I be asked to stand up in front of everyone? No, however, we will be glad you are visiting! We ask that you sign our guest book in the Narthex (entrance area).

I am not familiar with your service, will I be able to follow along? For ease of not only visitors, but for those who attend regularly, the entire service is printed in the bulletin.

Fellowship Time. We offer a time for fellowship in the back of the sanctuary following worship. Coffee and refreshments are served at that time.

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During this time of Covid-19, worship is a bit different. Social distancing is promoted, the offering plate is placed is a special area instead of being passed.