Visitors

First time to Trinity? Here’s what you can expect:

We will be ready for your arrival! Any of our services on Sunday readily welcomes guests. We average 1,250 people through our doors each Sunday, many of those are guests.

You will see people of all ages and stages of life. You will also see a variety of attire, from blue jeans to coats and ties. Our doors are open to everyone!

When you arrive, look for a greeter or usher in any service. They will be looking for you! Please let them know if you need any assistance or information. There is also a WELCOME CENTER located in the main lobby entrance to the Sanctuary. You will find someone there to direct you or answer any questions you may have.

If you are ready to visit a Sunday School class, meet a greeter between 9:45-10 AM in the main sanctuary lobby. Sunday School is held every Sunday morning from 10:00-10:45 AM for both children and adults.

We invite you to take a 360 degree online tour of our Sanctuary and surrounding grounds. See the box below to navigate your tour.
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If you have a general question, feel free to call us at 205-879-1737 or email us.

A Word from Pastor Wolfe
“Warm, welcoming, caring, open, involved, genuine, accepting…” These are some of the words that recent new members have used to describe Trinity. At Trinity we work hard at creating an environment in which people can experience God within a supportive Christian community. Our membership is drawn from all walks of life throughout the metropolitan area. We are a church of all ages and stages, from young to old, married or single. On a typical weekday you will find classrooms filled with pre-schoolers, a gym filled with middle high students, and a dining room filled with older adult ministries.We understand the purpose of church to be threefold: to help people find a relationship to Christ that is authentic and life-changing; to help people to grow and mature in faith; and to help people discover and utilize their own gifts for ministry. Gather, Grow, and Go are the three words we use to talk about our purpose. We are an involved church. Our members don’t just sit in pews. They deliver meals to the homebound, drive nails for Habitat for Humanity, make beds for the homeless, teach special needs children to talk.We are a church that respects tradition and is open to innovation. Worship at Trinity is not one size fits all. From the majestic sounds of a pipe organ in one service, to the upbeat rhythm of drums and guitar in another service, we speak many worship languages as we seek to share the gospel with authenticity and relevance. In every service we sound the notes of hope and grace. As one young adult put it, “Coming to Trinity was like coming home.” It is our hope and desire that you will feel ‘at home’ here.
Andrew Wolfe
Senior Pastor