Service Times:

Fellowship Time 8:45-915am

Sunday School 9:15-10am

Worship 10:15-11:30ish


We have a full Nursery



Mission Statement
The mission of Trinity Brethren Church is to be a people who are:

Transformed By God's Word
 
Building Each Other Up
 
Concerned For The Lost




What Do We Teach?

We believe and teach that the Bible is the Word of God. This determines everything else we teach since it is our only source for authority. Church government, tradition, experiences, etc. may be fine, even necessary for their place but they are not authorities in the Christian life. That is found only in the Bible.

The basic core of our teachings we hold in common with all evangelical churches:

1. God created the heavens and the earth and each human being.

2. Because of our sinful nature, passed down from Adam and Eve, we are cut off from God. We need a Savior.

3. God sent his Son to die on the cross as a substitute sacrifice for our sins.

4. The Son of God, who existed before time and creation, took on human flesh and became a man. He was fully human and fully divine, one person with two natures.

5. Jesus died on the cross, was buried and raised to life again on the third day.

6. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are separate persons but one God. This concept is commonly called the Trinity.

7. Every person on earth has sinned, going against the will of God. Therefore, we cannot save ourselves or put ourselves in a right relationship with God. But by the grace of God, the love he gives us freely, we can have our sins forgiven. Jesus paid the penalty for our sins on the cross.

8. We are saved by putting our faith in God. This means more than believing that he exists; it means we put our total trust in him and his grace.

9. If we totally trust God, we will follow him always. Those who trust God will strive to live holy lives, following the teachings of God in his word, the Bible.

A better and indepth description of the teachings of the church can be found in the Centennial Statement, a booklet written after the one hundred-year anniversary of the beginning of the Brethren Church. It is found on the website Centennial Statement.