Trinity Church's Beliefs
Trinity Church is committed to the historic Christian faith, summarized in the great creeds that have been affirmed by all authentic Christian bodies, at all times, and in all places. These include the Apostles’ Creed and Nicene Creed.
While most of the people at Trinity Church affirm the historic creeds, we are committed to being a church that also serves those who are either curious or skeptical about Christianity. We welcome those who are in the process of figuring out who Jesus is, and what it means to follow him.
Trinity Church is committed to the theological heritage of the Protestant Reformation. We are members of the Presbyterian Church in America, a group of churches whose unifying beliefs are summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith. While the teachings of the Westminster Confession are affirmed by our pastors, there are many people at Trinity Church whose own beliefs differ on secondary matters. Affirming the Westminster Standards is not a requirement for membership, nor is it a requirement for most areas of service or leadership (apart from holding church office).
While all aspects of the Christian faith are near to our hearts, not all issues are worth dividing over. If you are interested in how we keep the Good News of Jesus Christ central, check out our Liberty of Conscience Guide.