Weekly Services Have Begun!
Bring your family and join us:
10 a.m. @ The Radisson, New Rochelle
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 and 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.
What are Trinity’s COVID Guidelines?
Mask guidance is being regularly updated, and in some cases mandated by the states (CT and NY), towns/cities, and various venues where we meet. As a multisite church gathering in a variety of contexts we want to simplify this for our church family.
Moving forward when you enter a venue you will see the traffic light sign indicating the current mask guidance. This will help reduce the need to send frequent emails with the latest updates etc.
Thank you in advance for your flexibility, cooperation, and respect for our hosts as we navigate these ever changing dynamics!
Sundays at Trinity are exciting, casual, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.
We know that finding Christian community in Westchester County can be hard and we have a heart to help. In the future, Trinity Church, will launch a new location in Larchmont, NY.
Our Future Home
Our permanent home for this new church community is 2111 Boston Post Road; a bank built in 1923 that has most recently been used as a synagogue and which Trinity purchased in September 2020.
The building is located in a prime location, on the corner of Boston Post Road and Larchmont Avenue and is surrounded by ample public parking.
The auditorium will comfortably seat over 200 people and will be filled with natural light as we repair and brighten the space.