Plan A Visit

We know meeting someone for the first time can be intimidating, and going to a new church for the first time can be nerve-racking. We want to help make your first experience at Trinity a great one!

You can find us every Sunday...

Greenwich

9:45 a.m. Hyatt Regency Greenwich, CT

Westchester

10:00 a.m. 2111 Boston Post Road,
Larchmont, NY
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Darien

11:00 a.m. The Chapel at Noroton Presbyterian Church (Temporary Venue)

Online

9:45 a.m. http://youtube.com /trinitychurchlife



Sundays at Trinity are exciting, casual, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.

What can I expect?

A Trinity Church service is about 80 minutes in length. Services begin with the band leading the church in worship – song lyrics are projected onto the screens so you can sing along. Later, one of our pastors will share a relevant, encouraging and hope-filled message about following Jesus in your everyday life. You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in communion and receive prayer, if you would like.

 

What about my kids & teens?

We believe that kids should have a blast at church every single week and being together as a family is important. Trinity Kids Programming is available for birth- 5th grade during the Sunday service. Trinity Youth (middle and high school) meet on certain weeks and on the others are invited to stay in the service with their friends or families.  



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Questions?

Do you offer youth and children’s programs or childcare on Sunday mornings?

Yes! We offer Trinity Kids, our dynamic children’s ministry, from birth – 5th grade. Age-appropriate curriculum starts at 18 months. If it’s your child’s first time attending, please come 10-15 minutes early to check in.

For older students Trinity Youth typically meets each week except the first Sunday of each month.

What should I wear on Sunday mornings?

Feel free to come as you are. Trinity is a casual church and this is reflected right down to what people wear to Sunday services. On a given Sunday you may see someone arrive in “business casual,” but sit down next to a couple in jeans or a woman in running clothes. Please feel free to wear whatever makes you comfortable.

Is Trinity Church affiliated with a denomination?

Since its founding in 1999 Trinity has been an independent church with a desire to create a space where those who are far from God can come, experience His love and feel at home. We are governed by a group of elders from within the congregation. That said, we are also connected to many “friends” in ministry; like-minded churches, and para-church organizations who support and strengthen us in a variety of ways. 

How can I stay informed?

The website is a great resource, plus we have several regular emails that go out (Trinity Weekly, devotionals and parent newsletters). Click here to subscribe to the email list(s) of your choice.

How can I meet people?

The best way to meet people is at church Sunday morning, by joining the next Alpha Course, checking out one of Trinity’s short-term groups, or serving in some capacity. We believe true community happens in the context of smaller groups of people, doing life together, living on mission with God.

So, I attended a service... What are my next steps?

Come to a Newcomer Welcome after one of the services, join the Alpha Course, investigate a group or serve in some way. These are great ways to help you get connected, grow your faith, and begin to serve in our community.

Are there plans to find permanent space for the Trinity locations without their own sanctuary/auditorium space?

We are always open to facilities or opportunities that the Lord might lead us toward in Greenwich or Darien. In the meantime, we continue to leverage the various strengths that rented venues provide for us (e.g. flexibility) while also seeking to mitigate the downsides where we can.

Additionally, we are thankful for both our Ministry Center (midweek & small group space) in Greenwich and Trinity-Westchester’s sanctuary/auditorium which both provide consistent space for segments of our church family to meet together.