At Trinity we truly live by our motto: Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Trinity welcomes you. We are a church family made up of varied backgrounds and faith stories, and we want to invite you to add your voice to our collective story. We do not expect our members to have the same beliefs now, or ever. What we do hope is that you will find in Trinity a true community of faith. Where every person is both a teacher and a student and all are valued equally as their authentic selves. Below we outline the foundations of our beliefs, but we are truly at our best when we listen and grow together.
What do we believe?
We believe that God is love. We have experienced that love in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, who teaches us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves. In response, we share God’s love without reservation.
We believe that God redeems and restores human lives through Jesus Christ who tells us to make disciples of any who seek God's grace and steadfast love. Led by the Holy Spirit, we discern opportunities to speak humbly and happily with others about our faith.
Above: Trinity parishioners at the annual Pride Parade.
We believe that God calls us into covenant with God and each other. We gather for worship, fellowship, and friendship, to care and to encourage, to learn, to grow in love, and faith. We build a faith community not only to do these things but also to offer caring service to the community and to share God’s love with others.
We believe in striving for justice and peace among all people, and respecting the dignity of every human being. At Trinity we welcome and affirm people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and presentations. We believe all people are equal recipients of God’s grace and that all people may fully partake of the sacraments and spiritual benefits of faith given to us by God as signs of that grace.