What’s our worship like at Trinity?
If you are wondering what to expect, we have thirty-five to forty people typically in attendance, so this isn’t a place where you are going to fall through the cracks or be overwhelmed by a crowd.
Our worship style is traditional in that our primary instrument is an organ, we sing mostly hymns from a hymn book, and follow a relatively formal order of worship. However, if you hear the word traditional and think: stuck, rigid, or stuffy, that’s not us. Despite a traditional form of worship the atmosphere of Trinity is relaxed and welcoming. We share joys and concerns in worship and often times a deep laugh together.
Our pastor’s sermons are biblically based and easy to relate to. You will find yourself both challenged and comforted by his messages.
What are you looking for?
If you are looking for a small dedicated family of God trying to live life well together, then we may be just the place for you. We do not have a plethora of programs. What we do have is a great deal of care for the people who come and an earnest desire to honor God and grow in our faith.
Other opportunities here…
Other opportunities at Trinity Presbyterian Church to grow and become a part of this caring family of God include Sunday School prior to worship at 10am and potluck suppers on the second Sunday of the month following worship.
We also work in coordination with the local sheriff’s department and other agencies to meet some of the tangible needs in our community.
What denomination are we?
Trinity Presbyterian Church is part of The Presbyterian Church (USA). Our denomination root’s go back to the Protestant Reformation and specifically John Calvin. Reformed churches place a strong emphasis on God’s grace through Jesus Christ’s life, death, and resurrection.
If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to email us. or call the church office (318) 746-2951. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Hope to see you soon!