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There is nothing like doing nothing once in a while and allowing God to do something.

Brad Martin


Trinity's Mission Statement

Gather all as God's people

Grow in faith and love

Go into the world to serve

  as Christ's disciples




Trinity Presbyterian Church was certified as an Earth Care Congregation by Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s Environmental Ministries in April 2012.  This honor speaks to the great commitment that Trinity Presbyterian Church has to caring for God’s earth.





 Welcome to Trinity Presbyterian Church

Trinity Presbyterian Church is a welcoming congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) where you will find diverse people of all ages learning about and following Christ as we tackle life’s challenges, discover and use our God-given talents, have fun, and mature spiritually.


We frequently sing a song that contains the lyrics “all are welcome in this place,” and this phrase truly reflects Trinity’s diversity and caring spirit.  With Trinity’s wide range of activities and programs for all ages, there is something for everyone.  We are young and older, single and married, long-time residents, and folks new to the area.  We are seekers looking for answers in a place where we can grow. 


At the same time we celebrate our diversity, we also celebrate the cohesiveness of Trinity.  You’ll find a spirit of cooperation and commitment to the glory of God guiding the work of Trinity’s members and staff.


Sunday Schedule 

9:30 a.m.         Worship Service
(Combining traditional and contemporary styles)


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9:45 a.m.       Children’s Church
                     (Age 4—Grade 4; Age 4 - Grade 1 during summer)

10:30 a.m.     Coffee/Fellowship

10:30 a.m.     Cherub Choir Practice
                     (Age 4—Grade 1)

                     Children’s Choir Practice
                     (Grade 2—Grade 5)

11:00 a.m.       Christian Education For All Ages (September through May)




                                    Christmas Eve Services, December 24

4:30 pm:  Children's Service.  Children from the youngest of ages participate in this informal service.  Cherub Choir and Children's Choir sing.

7:30 pm:  Candlelight Service.  Music begins at 7:10 pm.  Youth Choir and soloists sing.

10:30 pm:  Candelight Service.  Music begins at 10:10 pm.  Guest violinist, Ling-Chin Liao.  Chancel Choir and soloists sing.


                                              Service of Hope and Light

A special Advent worship service on Sunday, December 7 at 3:00 pm for those who are experiencing loss and grief.  So often people who are experiencing loss and grief are overwhelmed by the pace of the Christmas season.  "Christmas cheer" can feel forced on folks whose hearts and minds are full of sorrow.  The first few holiday seasons after the loss of a loved one, the loss of health, the loss of a relationship, or the loss of a job, are uncharted waters and can be filled with a sense of overwhelming sadness and isolation.  The service will include Scripture reading and reflection, candle lighting and special music.  Participants will be welcomed to remember by name those who have passed. In addition, participants may ask for prayers for life situations that are especially challenging and difficult.


                                         Ministry Opportunities Survey

Members and friends of Trinity are invited to complete a ministry opportunities survey and return it to the church office.  Click here for the survey.


                           Men's Breakfast, Saturday, December 13

Come enjoy a delicious hot breakfast followed by a fascinating presentation by Ron Olson on Submarine History Through the Two World Wars.  Breakfast is served at 8:30 a.m.


Trinity's Pastor Honored as Firefigher of the Year

Trinity's own Chaplain Deputy Chief Rev. Brad Martin, a 29-year veteran of the Wilmington Fire Department was recently recognized as the Firefighter of the Year for 2013 by the Kiwanis Club of Wilmington.  Brad was honored for his spiritual leadership and the diverse roles he carries out with the Fire Department.  Brad routinely responds to working fires and fullfills his duties without any financial help from the fire department.  Brad also was honored as a recipient of the department's Unit and Francis J. Bredin Awards. 

Brad is pictured below at a 2013 fire at 4th and Orange and at the awards dinner with Chief Anthony Goode.



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