Worship at Trinity is not about a particular style. We aren't traditional or contemporary or emergent or the style of the day. Our services are designed to provide an authentic opportunity to worship God. We share music of many genres with rich theological content. We strive to offer the best quality in all aspects of worship from the sermon to the prayers. Worship provides a chance for us to be in the presence of a loving God and join with brothers and sisters to offer praise, thanks, longings and needs to God.
Sunday worship begins at 10:30 AM.
Opportunities for fellowship are an important part of the life of the church. Sharing a meal, a snack, or even a cup of coffee allows our members to connect.
Children and Family
The primary goal of the Children's Ministry Program is to ensure that each child knows they are loved by God. Each year on the Sunday after school begins, Trinity kicks off the fall programming with a meal, games and activities on the grounds for all ages. In December, the children lead the congregation in worship by presenting a Christmas pageant. During the summer Trinity hosts a week of Vacation Bible School with meals, music, activities and learning. Also during the summer Trinity hosts a family mission trip with projects for all ages. Each year, new activities are planned to help enrich family life and grow stronger connections with the community.
At Trinity Presbyterian Church, music is an exciting and meaningful part of worship and church life. On most Sundays, music is led by the thirty-member Sanctuary Choir, a brass ensemble, and Director of Music Ministries David Glaze. All musical styles are incorporated into worship --- from sacred traditional and classical to contemporary, gospel and spirituals. Some Sundays also feature guitar and percussion ensembles.
Special musical events are always a part of the Advent and Christmas season at Trinity Presbyterian Church, many times accompanied by a chamber orchestra or other instrumental ensembles. Highlights of the Sundays in Advent include an annual Children’s Pageant, as well as the Sanctuary Choir’s extended Christmas work with instruments. Musical presentations during Lent include such events as an organ recital based on the events of Holy Week and the choir’s special Palm/Passion Sunday cantata.
The Trinity Sanctuary Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in the choir room. All are welcome!
Trinity gladly and excitedly opens its doors to performing groups and musical recitals from the central Arkansas area. Guests have included the Arkansas Chamber Singers as well as players and teachers from the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.
On Wednesday mornings at 10:00 am starting the week after Labor Day, Trinity women and guests gather together for Women at the Table (W@TT) for a time of Bible study, prayer, mission and fellowship. Each spring, women of the congregation get away for a weekend retreat where they focus on a particular spiritual topic, play, laugh and make new friends.
Welcome to Trinity Youth Ministry. We realize the teen years mark a pivotal and transitional period in the life of young people. Guiding your child from the teen years to adulthood can be challenging, however our Lord uses difficulties to develop character and to mature us. Our youth ministry partners with parents to help them grow in their relationship with Christ.
Trinity Youth meet every Sunday for Trinity Nights Together (TNT) from 5:30-7:30 where we have food, worship and a whole lot of fun! Come join us in our discovery of each other and the plans God has for us!
For more information email Jared Brown at email@example.com
Sunday school classes meet each week from 9:15 to 10:15 am beginning the Sunday after Labor Day through the Sunday before Memorial Day. We have classes for children, youth and adults beginning at three years of age. Additionally, a Pastor’s study for men and women meets each Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm and a women’s study meets each Wednesday morning at 10:00 am.
Looking for a group of authentic young adults to hang out with? Trinity is putting together such a group. Some call us millennials, the generation that’s never seen the internet without social media, the ones that have been advertised to our entire lives. Come for real conversation, real love, and real friends.