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TRINITY KIDS

As kids experience the wonder of God on Sunday mornings, we help our children discover a personal relationship with our Creator. Trinity Kids programming is available on Sunday mornings for infants-5th grade at all campuses.

GET READY!

Be ahead of the game, skip the line, and pre-register your child for Trinity Kids on Sunday. Use this form to start the fun or update your information. You can also do this in person if you prefer!

GET INVOLVED

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RESOURCES FOR YOU

Our Trinity Kids Online Hub provides exciting music, Bible story videos, parent guides and other resources for families to enjoy at home. New content is added every week so be sure to revisit over and over again all year long. You can join in on the fun below! 

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OUR TEAM

Our team is passionate about investing in your family to make disciples of the next generation. The kids staff, along with every volunteer, have been interviewed, trained, and background checked to ensure the safety of your children.

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SERVE WITH US

We are always in need of wonderful volunteers to provide consistent care for our little ones. If you are interested in serving in this important ministry at Trinity Church, please click the button below to start the process.

"It is very important that our children grow up with a strong community supporting them in their spiritual journey, nurturing those beliefs from a young age, especially as they start to make their own decisions and are confronted with worldly thoughts. Trinity Kids is that community that has a passion for children and their spiritual journey."

– Julia

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SALVATION + BAPTISM

If your child is asking questions about Salvation or Baptism and you would like to speak with someone about this, click the button below. Once you have completed the form, you will receive some helpful resources and will be contacted by our staff.

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CHILD DEDICATION

If you would like to receive information and participate in an upcoming child dedication at your campus, please click the button below.  Once complete, one of our staff members will get in contact with you soon!

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Introducing "How to Hold a Tarantula," a parenting forum designed to equip families with the knowledge and tools to navigate the digital world safely. In this two-part video series, we highlight the potential risks and dangers that children may encounter online. 

Watch the video series now or plan a screening with your community group!

EVENT CALENDAR

  • Jun 06, 2024, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
    Stuttgart, Unnamed Road, 73527, 73527 Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany
    Join other Trinity families as we enjoy a day at the Kugelbahn. The bahn facilitates a nice stroll through the forest, ending in a playground. Then you can bring a picnic or grab lunch at the cafe.
  • What denomination is Trinity Church?
    Trinity Church is a non-denominational church with an Anglican tradition. We find great value in many of the traditions and liturgies of the Anglican church, but we are not officially part of the Anglican Communion or any other denomination. Our Statement of Faith, expression of worship, and other matters of local church practice are uniquely ours, defined by careful examination of God's Word and our local context.
  • Why does Trinity use liturgy?
    At Trinity, one of our often used sayings is "The glory of the old, with the promise of the new." We recognize that God continues to do new things among his people and his church, and that is why we continue to sing new songs and try new things in our services as the Spirit leads. However, we also recognize that there is such a rich tradition in the 2,000 year history of the Christian church. Utilizing liturgy allows us to remember that the Christian faith did not start when Trinity Church started, but people have been following Christ for centuries. When we utilize these prayers and liturgies in our services we are reminded of the great testimony of witnesses that have gone before us and we are reminded that we are a part of an ancient and still alive faith. Liturgies often give us words to say in our communication with God and with others, when we find that the words we come up with in the moment fall short. Liturgies are a tremendous tool to bless the church as they pray and live life together!
  • Why should I become a member?
    While church membership is an increasingly foreign concept in some areas of the world today, we believe that there is great value in making a commitment to being a part of a local expression of the church. When someone becomes a member at Trinity Church, they are saying that they want to commit to being a part of the local church body at Trinity, and they are committing to support the mission and vision of the church at large. There are also some specific roles of leadership that are reserved for members such as serving on our Sunday morning prayer team, serving as a deacon at the campus level, and other roles where we want to have assurance of alignment with our statement of faith. However, becoming a member at Trinity Church is less about what benefits/opportunities the individual person receives and more about honoring the Lord through a commitment to a local body of believers.
  • What should I wear?
    Our attendees’ attire range from jeans and a t-shirt to suits and dresses. Feel free to come in clothes that you feel most comfortable in. Clothes are required though!
  • Can someone watch my child during service?
    Yes! Children from infant to fifth grade are invited to be a part of Trinity Kids! Plan to arrive 15 minutes early to get through the first time check-in process. Once check-in is complete, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers will go straight into their classrooms while older children will be dismissed to their classes after a time of worship with you in the service.
  • Do you have anything for my middle/high school student?
    Trinity Church has an awesome students program for middle school and high school students! They meet on Sunday evenings, and have events throughout the week. Check out our students page for more information on upcoming events.
  • What version of the Bible does Trinity use?
    In our worship services, Trinity Church utilizes the NIV 2011 version - however, we recognize that all English translations are an attempt to take original documents written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek and write them in a way that is understandable for the English reader while honoring the meaning and intent of the original authors. In light of that, Trinity Pastors will at times refer to other translations of Scripture when appropriate.
  • Why is it sometimes a video sermon?
    Trinity Church is ONE church meeting in multiple locations. Part of remaining ONE church while meeting in multiple locations is having all locations hear from a common communicator on a given week. While Campus Pastors preach to their specific campuses typically once a month, the hope is for all campuses to hear from the same communicator on most Sundays. In order to accomplish this with many services happening at the same time, we utilize video sermons to allow all campuses to hear the same message without having to all be in the same place. This technology allows us to be united by hearing the same message even though we are not all gathering at the same location.
  • What denomination is Trinity Church?
    Trinity Church is a non-denominational church with an Anglican tradition. We find great value in many of the traditions and liturgies of the Anglican church, but we are not officially part of the Anglican Communion or any other denomination. Our Statement of Faith, expression of worship, and other matters of local church practice are uniquely ours, defined by careful examination of God's Word and our local context.
  • Why does Trinity use liturgy?
    At Trinity, one of our often used sayings is "The glory of the old, with the promise of the new." We recognize that God continues to do new things among his people and his church, and that is why we continue to sing new songs and try new things in our services as the Spirit leads. However, we also recognize that there is such a rich tradition in the 2,000 year history of the Christian church. Utilizing liturgy allows us to remember that the Christian faith did not start when Trinity Church started, but people have been following Christ for centuries. When we utilize these prayers and liturgies in our services we are reminded of the great testimony of witnesses that have gone before us and we are reminded that we are a part of an ancient and still alive faith. Liturgies often give us words to say in our communication with God and with others, when we find that the words we come up with in the moment fall short. Liturgies are a tremendous tool to bless the church as they pray and live life together!
  • Why should I become a member?
    While church membership is an increasingly foreign concept in some areas of the world today, we believe that there is great value in making a commitment to being a part of a local expression of the church. When someone becomes a member at Trinity Church, they are saying that they want to commit to being a part of the local church body at Trinity, and they are committing to support the mission and vision of the church at large. There are also some specific roles of leadership that are reserved for members such as serving on our Sunday morning prayer team, serving as a deacon at the campus level, and other roles where we want to have assurance of alignment with our statement of faith. However, becoming a member at Trinity Church is less about what benefits/opportunities the individual person receives and more about honoring the Lord through a commitment to a local body of believers.
  • What should I wear?
    Our attendees’ attire range from jeans and a t-shirt to suits and dresses. Feel free to come in clothes that you feel most comfortable in. Clothes are required though!
  • Can someone watch my child during service?
    Yes! Children from infant to fifth grade are invited to be a part of Trinity Kids! Plan to arrive 15 minutes early to get through the first time check-in process. Once check-in is complete, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers will go straight into their classrooms while older children will be dismissed to their classes after a time of worship with you in the service.
  • Do you have anything for my middle/high school student?
    Trinity Church has an awesome students program for middle school and high school students! They meet on Sunday evenings, and have events throughout the week. Check out our students page for more information on upcoming events.
  • What version of the Bible does Trinity use?
    In our worship services, Trinity Church utilizes the NIV 2011 version - however, we recognize that all English translations are an attempt to take original documents written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek and write them in a way that is understandable for the English reader while honoring the meaning and intent of the original authors. In light of that, Trinity Pastors will at times refer to other translations of Scripture when appropriate.
  • Why is it sometimes a video sermon?
    Trinity Church is ONE church meeting in multiple locations. Part of remaining ONE church while meeting in multiple locations is having all locations hear from a common communicator on a given week. While Campus Pastors preach to their specific campuses typically once a month, the hope is for all campuses to hear from the same communicator on most Sundays. In order to accomplish this with many services happening at the same time, we utilize video sermons to allow all campuses to hear the same message without having to all be in the same place. This technology allows us to be united by hearing the same message even though we are not all gathering at the same location.
  • What denomination is Trinity Church?
    Trinity Church is a non-denominational church with an Anglican tradition. We find great value in many of the traditions and liturgies of the Anglican church, but we are not officially part of the Anglican Communion or any other denomination. Our Statement of Faith, expression of worship, and other matters of local church practice are uniquely ours, defined by careful examination of God's Word and our local context.
  • Why does Trinity use liturgy?
    At Trinity, one of our often used sayings is "The glory of the old, with the promise of the new." We recognize that God continues to do new things among his people and his church, and that is why we continue to sing new songs and try new things in our services as the Spirit leads. However, we also recognize that there is such a rich tradition in the 2,000 year history of the Christian church. Utilizing liturgy allows us to remember that the Christian faith did not start when Trinity Church started, but people have been following Christ for centuries. When we utilize these prayers and liturgies in our services we are reminded of the great testimony of witnesses that have gone before us and we are reminded that we are a part of an ancient and still alive faith. Liturgies often give us words to say in our communication with God and with others, when we find that the words we come up with in the moment fall short. Liturgies are a tremendous tool to bless the church as they pray and live life together!
  • Why should I become a member?
    While church membership is an increasingly foreign concept in some areas of the world today, we believe that there is great value in making a commitment to being a part of a local expression of the church. When someone becomes a member at Trinity Church, they are saying that they want to commit to being a part of the local church body at Trinity, and they are committing to support the mission and vision of the church at large. There are also some specific roles of leadership that are reserved for members such as serving on our Sunday morning prayer team, serving as a deacon at the campus level, and other roles where we want to have assurance of alignment with our statement of faith. However, becoming a member at Trinity Church is less about what benefits/opportunities the individual person receives and more about honoring the Lord through a commitment to a local body of believers.
  • What should I wear?
    Our attendees’ attire range from jeans and a t-shirt to suits and dresses. Feel free to come in clothes that you feel most comfortable in. Clothes are required though!
  • Can someone watch my child during service?
    Yes! Children from infant to fifth grade are invited to be a part of Trinity Kids! Plan to arrive 15 minutes early to get through the first time check-in process. Once check-in is complete, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers will go straight into their classrooms while older children will be dismissed to their classes after a time of worship with you in the service.
  • Do you have anything for my middle/high school student?
    Trinity Church has an awesome students program for middle school and high school students! They meet on Sunday evenings, and have events throughout the week. Check out our students page for more information on upcoming events.
  • What version of the Bible does Trinity use?
    In our worship services, Trinity Church utilizes the NIV 2011 version - however, we recognize that all English translations are an attempt to take original documents written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek and write them in a way that is understandable for the English reader while honoring the meaning and intent of the original authors. In light of that, Trinity Pastors will at times refer to other translations of Scripture when appropriate.
  • Why is it sometimes a video sermon?
    Trinity Church is ONE church meeting in multiple locations. Part of remaining ONE church while meeting in multiple locations is having all locations hear from a common communicator on a given week. While Campus Pastors preach to their specific campuses typically once a month, the hope is for all campuses to hear from the same communicator on most Sundays. In order to accomplish this with many services happening at the same time, we utilize video sermons to allow all campuses to hear the same message without having to all be in the same place. This technology allows us to be united by hearing the same message even though we are not all gathering at the same location.
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