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A spiritual community in the Christian tradition where everyone is welcome.

Celebration Service on Sundays at 11am.

Welcome to Trinity
United Methodist Church

As a spiritual community we seek to follow the teachings of Jesus, who calls us to love one another, to reach out to those who are in need, and to grow deeper in our journey with God. Here at Trinity, seekers, pilgrims, saints and sinners explore faith and doubt, justice and Jesus, peace and praise, as we journey together in the familiar and mysterious.

Upcoming Events

JOYful Noise Worship Celebration

February 24th 11am

Join us for a Sunday of participatory, celebratory, and family focused worship. We will engage in the scripture with hand-on activities. Joyful noise Sunday's are less about the words and more about the actions of living out our faith. 

All-Church Town Hall Meeting

February 24th after Joyful Noise Worship in the fellowship hall.

The Trinity UMC Church council is hosting a town hall meeting after worship. It is our goal to hold at least 3 town hall meetings each year to allow our church family to all have input on council decisions and voice any concerns, or ask any questions. This is one way in which everyone can have a voice in leading our faith community. We strongly encourage all regular attendees to stick around after church and have a cup of coffee and snacks with the Church Council. 


Ash Wednesday and Lent Worship Series

Ash Wednesday - March 6th 2019 6pm   Season of Lent - March 6th - April 14th 

This year we will be celebrating Ash Wednesday at the Parsonage with a simple worship service and potluck dinner. There will be singing, prayer, scripture, sharing, imposition of ashes, and of course food. 

This year's Lent worship series is Titled, Busy. The season of Lent has often been a time when we think about "giving something up”—a holdover from its penitential flavor in the medieval church. But what if we thought less about "giving up" and more about "making room?" In this Lent series, we will find out what it really costs to be so busy. Let us reconnect to an unhurried God.