For Newcomers and Visitors

 

What should I expect when I come to a worship service at Trinity?

We worship our church home at 18900 FM 1431, between Jonestown and Lago Vista. You’ll find friendly, welcoming people who will greet you, hand you a worship booklet, and ask if you have any questions. Our service begins at 10 a.m. Following the service, we join together for hospitality and fellowship.  Once a month, we hold a Pot Luck Dinner on a Wednesday evening.

Where do I park?

Our church facility has plenty of level parking in front of the church.

Do you have a Children’s Education program?

Yes. Following our children’s sermon our children, from age 2 up to the fifth grade, leave for their class.  Our children’s education follows The Gospel Project, a chronological study of the Bible.   Following announcements, the children return to the church for communion with their families.   If your child is in the sixth grade or older, we encourage them to come to the church and participate in the service. Most, in fact, serve as Acolytes which gives them an important and active role in the service. Twice a month our middle and high school students have class during he service.  They, too, are participating in The Gospel Project.

How do we become a member of Trinity?

We encourage visitors to ask questions. We encourage you to meet with Father Dale and express your desire to join. You’ll receive a Membership form and we ask that you fill it out so we can enter you in our membership database. That’s it! That’s all there is to it.

What sort of religious backgrounds do your members have?

Good question. Most of our members have not come from Anglican churches. Most of our members have joined from other denominations – many choose the Anglican Church as a “compromise.” In other words, one spouse is a Catholic, the other a Baptist. They find our traditional worship, our liturgy and uplifting music and Bible-based sermons to be exactly what they’ve been looking for. Most of our members were brought up as Catholics, Baptists, Church of Christ, Methodists, and Episcopalians.

So, give me a good reason to visit Trinity.

Actually, we’ll give you three good reasons.

  1. We put Jesus Christ at the center of our worship and life together.
  2. We believe the Bible is God’s true Word, given to its authors through and inspired by the Holy Spirit.
  3. We’re frequently told by visitors that they’ve never been in as friendly and welcoming church as Trinity.
At Trinity, we’re a family of God’s grace and healing