You can find us every Sunday...
9:45 a.m. http://youtube.com /trinitychurchlife
10:45 a.m. Hyatt Regency Greenwich, CT
Currently gathering with the Greenwich location
Coming in 2021 2111 Boston Post Road, Larchmont, NY
What can I expect?
A Trinity Church service is COVID-Safe and 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 4 years old – 5th grade during the Sunday service. Trinity Youth (middle and high school) are invited to stay in the service with their friends or families.
- All attendees are required to verify on arrival that they:
- Do not have a fever (temperatures checked at the door), have not tested positive for COVID-19 within the last fourteen days, and are not showing COVID-19 symptoms.
- Have not been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19.
- Are not subject to a state-mandated quarantine following travel.
- Are willing to abide by the safety protocols outlined below without exception.
- Are committed to informing Trinity Church immediately if they test positive for COVID-19 within 14 days following the service.
- All attendees check-in and receive a temperature check as they enter the building. Attendees are guided to their seats by an usher (we recommend arriving early to allow ample time for this process).
- Masks are worn by attendees upon arrival, throughout the service, and until they have exited the building. (NOTE: Your mask must entirely cover your nose and mouth; if this is not possible for you, we ask that you attend online instead).
- Venues are fully sanitized before and after each service.
- Seating is socially distanced with more than 6 feet between households. Seating blocks of varying sizes will be available for families/households.
- Contactless entry/exit (doors propped open, one-way system, one household enters at a time, etc.)
- Communion is served only via sealed, individual wafers and cups collected at check-in.
Will church-online still be an option?
Yes! Church-online will continue to be available for the foreseeable future.
When can I register for services?
Registration will open each Monday morning on the Trinity website. Registrations will be collected on a first-come-first-served basis.
What happens when registrations are full?
We will not have a waitlist for services, however, we encourage you to check back later in the week in the event of cancellations.
Will I be able to cancel my registration if my availability changes?
Yes – your confirmation email will contain a link to cancel. Thank you for cancelling promptly to make space for others!
How long will it take to check-in?
Check in typically takes 5-10 minutes.
If I am signed up as a volunteer for a service do I also need to pre-register?
No, your team leader will ensure you are accounted for and register you.
Is congregational singing allowed?
Yes; singing is permitted due to masks being worn and adherence to the social distancing protocols described above.
Is prayer ministry be available?
Yes; we will create a socially distanced, contactless, and confidential environment at the front of the ballroom following each service for prayer ministry.
What would happen if someone at a service tests positive for COVID?
All attendees would be required to inform Trinity if they test positive for COVID within 14 days of attending a service. The church would then inform all other attendees at that service. The CDC advises quarantine in the event of close contact (less than six feet distance, for more than fifteen minutes, without a mask) with someone who tests positive for COVID.
Sundays at Trinity are exciting, casual, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.
See how people like you have found meaning and purpose through Christ, in community, and by using their gifts.
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.
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.
Trinity Church was intentionally formed apart from any denomination. As a community of faith, we desire to create a space where those who are far from God can come, experience His love and feel at home. Denominations typically mean more to those already involved in a church community and we want those who do not regularly attend church to feel welcome. We continue to exist as a non-denominational church body governed by a Council.
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.
The best way to meet people is 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.
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.
Since its founding in 1999, Trinity Church has existed as a church without our own Sunday worship space. While we are always open to the possibility of a building which has Sunday worship space that God may lead us towards, we see being a mobile church as a strength as it allows us the flexibility to pick up and change locations when needed. A challenge of being a mobile church is that we may be meeting in several different locations (plus homes) in a given week, dependent too on availability and affordability. To address this, in 2016 we purchased the building at 5 River Road in Cos Cob and began renovations. In December 2017 our Ministry Center opened and is a space for midweek groups and for the Trinity community to gather.
Additionally, in 2020 the Lord led Trinity to take an opportunity to purchase a religious zoned building in Larchmont, NY to serve the Trinity Westchester congregation.