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About Trinity United Methodist

We are a spiritual community in the Christian Tradition.

We extend a special welcome to people who are single, married, divorced, rich, or poor. We extend a welcome to all ages. We welcome you no matter your sexual orientation or gender identity, and we welcome you if those topics make you feel uncomfortable.

You’re welcome here if you’re just visiting, just woke up, or just got out of jail. We don’t care if you’re more Catholic than the Pope or more Methodist than John Wesley, or if you never stepped foot into a church before.

We welcome Beaver AND Duck fans, starving artists, tree-huggers, latte sippers, vegetarians, and junk-food eaters. We welcome those who are in recovery or still addicted. We welcome you if you’re having problems, down in the dumps, or in need of prayer, whether you had church shoved down your throat as a kid, or you don’t like “organized religion.” We’ve been there too.

We welcome those who are inked, pierced, or both. We welcome tourists, seekers and doubters, bleeding hearts… and you!

We are a reconciling congregation

Trinity United Methodist Church is an inclusive and nurturing community of faith that welcomes all persons of any age, gender, race, ethnic origin, faith history, economic reality, family status, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical and mental ability or social standing as full participants in the life and work of this congregation.

Reconciling Ministries is a global network of radically inclusive United Methodist communities of faith. The Reconciling Ministries Network advocates on behalf of LGBTQ people in the church seeking full inclusion and acceptance as beloved children of God. RMN also is actively working to remove discriminatory language from United Methodist policies and doctrine. To learn more visit: or


We are a United Methodist Church

Trinity United Methodist is a part of the Oregon-Idaho Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. The UMC is a global denomination with 12.8 million members. The UMC was formed in 1968 when the Methodist-Episcopal and United Church of the Brethren came together. Being a part of this global denomination allows Trinity UMC to be in connection with followers of Christ in every corner of the globe who are working tirelessly to make the world a better place and transform lives in meaningful ways. To learn more about the United Methodist Church click here. Keep in mind that not all Methodists have the same beliefs. At Trinity UMC we welcome different perspectives and strive to learn from one another to seek a deeper relationship with God.