The Town Center Campus began in 2010 as a small summer service that was meant to reach people who were looking for a more laid-back atmosphere in church. After meeting in a lighthouse building near the oceanfront throughout the summer, the prayerful decision was made to launch a campus in the Town Center area.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
WHAT'S THE VIBE?
The Town Center campus serves a wide variety of people. From members of the military and single adults, to families young and old, they all come together as one body here. People can feel free to come in jeans and a t-shirt or their Sunday best. Whatever your story is, you are welcome here!
At our services, you will see a mix of the glory of the old, with the promise of the new. We have liturgy and hymns mixed in with modern worship. We’d love to have you join us one Sunday!
A TYPICAL SUNDAY
Once you find parking in the Westin Hotel Parking Garage (Red Parking Garage on Market Street), head towards the middle of the garage to hop into one of two elevators. Take it down to the ground floor and enter into the Westin lobby. As you pass the concierge desk, you can take the elevators or grand stairs to the second floor — this is where we are! Feel free to come early for breakfast, coffee, and fellowship, or to get your kids checked in for their services.
Our service will begin right at 10:00 am. We will have a time of musical worship, announcements, and a message. One Sunday a month, we also take communion together.
WHERE DO I PARK?
Free parking is available for our campus at the red parking garage on Market Street. Once you park, there will be an elevator next to our Trinity flags that will take you down to the Westin Hotel lobby.
"We love that community group constantly centers us on the gospel and on God's sovereignty in our lives. We can't imagine life without our community group!"
– Tim & Leigh
CAMPUS REACH FOCUS
BETTIE F. WILLIAMS
Bettie F. Williams Elementary School, located in an ethnically diverse neighborhood near the Town Center meeting space, is a Title I campus. Its student body is 95% African American. Although the school receives federal funding, Williams Elementary students have tremendous physical and relational needs. The Town Center campus is partnering with the Williams population to make friends, provide tutors/mentors, conduct special outreach events, complete renovation projects, and encourage staff and teachers with appreciation events and practical support.
We have a robust curriculum designed to lead your children through the entire Bible over five years! Our Trinity Kids staff and volunteers are ready to meet you.
Our teenage years often define who we are for the rest of our lives. At Trinity, we take student ministry seriously; creating a tight-knit group of Christian friends and leaders for your teens to lean on.