Your Path to Belonging
Come join us on a Sunday where you can participate in the rhythms of liturgical worship (mixed in with lots of kids and families!). We sing songs ancient and new, listen to a 20-minute sermon, receive communion, and spend time together over coffee and donuts after the service. To get a taste of what we believe and why, we'd love to give you a free copy of the little book, Theology of the Ordinary.
Meet for Coffee
Let's connect! The journey of knowing and being known begins by going face to face. Set up a meeting with Pastor Carson to share the story of how you got here, ask any questions you have, and find out more about what life at Trinity looks like.
Newcomers at Trinity are invited to enter a 6-month season of Sabbath rest, where you practice being God's beloved child. During this time, we look forward to getting to know one another in worship, fellowship and Trinity life (see #6 below). If you'd like a unique take on what rest looks like, read this excerpt from Henri Nouwen.
Join a Team
After resting for 6 months, we invite you to join a ministry team that suits your gifts, personality and desires. We have many opportunities for serving, whether you're an introvert or extrovert!
Enter Trinity Life Rhythms
There are all sorts of ways to experience church life at Trinity. At the basic level, we lean into a new sort of time, marked by the church calendar. You can join seasonal small groups (ex: Godspeed, Marriage, Book Studies, Parenting), take a neighborhood walk with Pastor Matt to get to know South Wenatchee, participate in our feasts and special events throughout the year, and more!
Baptism, Confirmation, Pilgrimage
Baptism is the ancient rite of passage into restored communion with God in heaven and your local church family on earth. Confirmation is the ordaining of baptized people into the priesthood of all believers. And starting in 2023, pilgrim plans are being made for possible trips to Central America, Rwanda or France to meet with, learn from, and serve alongside brothers & sisters in our global church family.