Where are you?
See our location listed at the bottom of this page and helpful suggestions of where to park and how fast to walk if you’re late (i.e., briskly).
What should I expect when I come?
People who genuinely want to meet you, a live music/worship band, and a message based on God’s Word.
What do I do when I get to Trinity?
Come on in and grab a seat—ushers (or anybody) can help you find a spot. Mingle and meet the locals, or get the lay of the land from your chair. Coffee isn’t until after the service though, so plan your caffeine intake accordingly. Or bring with.
Will I be forced to do something I don’t want to do?
No, you’re our guest. We want you to feel at home—we want you to be you. You are under no obligation to give money; you will not have to stand up and introduce yourself. However… if you raise your hand during the announcements, you will be the proud owner of a swag bag—our little “Thanks for coming” token of appreciation. (Note: contains complementary chocolate! And a pen!)
What is the music style?
Our in-house worship band ranges from acoustic congas to interpretive flute to awesome keyboard to even awesomer electric guitar. Yes, we said electric. It might be loud; it might be chill; it might be just what you’re looking for to encounter God’s presence. (Warning: participating may cause feelings of intense joy.) Trinity worship is spontaneous, authentic, and biblical—that’s why we clap, dance, and wave those hands in the air.
What should I wear?
Whatever you normally wear, weather-permitting. Business casual, emo, denim tucked into denim, shorts in winter, Sunday best, hippie chic, polar fleece—we accept every fashion era and style. Casual is probably the biggest representation.
What about my kids?
Trinity children are encouraged to worship with the adults during the live music; they are the best dancers, twirlers, jumpers and even ukulele players around. Afterwards, they go to Kairos Kids, a safe, engaging Sunday School program offered to children 2.5 to 11 years old. You can accompany your kids down the hall to meet the teachers, and collect them after the service.
What about a nursery?
The littlest little ones have a special place too. For infants 0 to 30 months of age, we have a nursery area that includes a changing station, a washroom, and many, many toys. Nursing mothers can relax in their own lounge—ask any usher or new mother for directions.