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!

We Are One Church in Multiple Locations

You can find us every Sunday...

1) In-Person in Greenwich

9:45 a.m. | Greenwich Hyatt Regency

Pre-Registration Required Only for Trinity Kids:

2) In-Person in Darien

11 a.m. | The Chapel at Noroton Presbyterian Church

Pre-Registration Required Only for Trinity Kids:

3) Monthly Preview Services in Westchester

10 a.m. on June 6, July 11 & August 8

The Radisson, New Rochelle

Pre-Registration Required for All Attendees Here:

4) Online

9:45 a.m. | http://trinitychurch.life/youtube



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 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.  



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Questions?

Do you offer 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.

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?

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.

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 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.

Will Trinity always be a mobile church, without its own building with a sanctuary?

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.