From the silver-haired to the newborn, all are welcome at Trinity Fellowship. Our service is a mixture of traditional and contemporary; somewhere in the gray space between formal and hipster. We have a real diversity in dress and views on secondary matters. We are united by a faith in the God of the Bible, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Lord who created all things for his pleasure and is living and active today. Whether you are mature in the faith, a newborn believer or seeking answers to life’s hard questions, we welcome you to join us!
We meet for Sunday worship at St. Vincent de Paul Parish Center, from 10:00 to 11:45 am. If you have further questions, call (315) 552-0301 or email email@example.com
We Meet in a Gym
In the first century, Jews lacking a synagogue would often meet outside the town by flowing water. The early church met in homes, sometimes underground. This context underlines the reality that God’s people are the church, regardless of where or when they gather.
At the moment, Trinity Fellowship Church meets in a gymnasium. We roll out the carpets, set up chairs and arrange the sound system on Saturday afternoons. While we anticipate one day having our own building, this temporary meeting place is a healthy reminder that the church is not the building, we are sojourners on this earth and our love for Christ calls us into humble, practical service together.
Fellowship is a natural fruit of every Christian church. The early church is described as being devoted to fellowship. Meeting together takes many forms. Fellowship does not have to be planned and formal to be rich.
We encourage all who attend Trinity Fellowship to be part of a mid-week prayer group. These gatherings provide mutual encouragement and support through sharing and praying about life’s peaks and valleys. We have men’s prayer and accountability groups. A women’s Bible study meets on Wednesday mornings. There is an adult Bible study on Tuesday evenings. Twice a month we linger after church for lunch or coffee and donuts with conversation.
In our fast-paced, transitory culture, it is increasingly difficult to devote ourselves to fellowship. At Trinity, we recognize this challenge and are endeavoring to be counter-cultural in this aspect. Since the Lord has commended it to us in his word, we will be blessed in devoting ourselves to fellowship life.