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September 8, at 10:00 a.m. we will be celebrating Rally Sunday - which means not only the start of a new church year, but the start of our Sunday School year. Want to check Trinity out to see if we are the church for you? Then this coming Sunday is the day to do it. Following worship, we will be having our annual Brat and Corn Roast, this is good time to sit down, ask questions, and get to know us.

Every child is always welcome in our Sunday School.

Want to join the Celebration Singers? Please see Mike Hetzel, Trinity’s Director of Music for more information.

Everyone is welcome at Trinity - where we greet you with a warm smile, a hearty handshake, and immediate friendship.

See you Sunday!

Updates... Updates...


Trinity UCC’s website is finally coming together and it has been a lot of fun updating and adding more color and pictures to our brand new site. We thank you all for your patience as we continue to keep updating, so please check back often as content will continue to change.

In the mean time, are you a crafter? Then please click here for more information.

Did you know that Trinity has a Mission Minute section? This section is where you can find the latest mission project that Trinity’s congregation has completed. Click here for more information.

Also, did you know Trinity UCC will be celebrating its 150th Anniversary? If you would like more information, please click here.

Have something Trinity related you’d like to add to the website? Then please contact me, I’d be happy to help you out. My information is below:

Chris Faulk
Trinity Web Master

Holy Week Activities April 14 - 21


You are invited to join us for the Journey Through Holy Week:

Palm Sunday – We, Christ’s disciples, join the throng entering the city of Jerusalem, entering through the ancient gates to enter once more into the unfolding story of Jesus’ last days before his crucifixion. We enter the sanctuary carrying the Palms with all the excitement and anticipation of those who followed Jesus. On this Palm Sunday, we will also share in Communion.

Maundy Thursday – Come and join the community as we gather at tables to remember God’s saving activity through a Symbolic Seder Meal. Smell the lamb cooking over fire, taste the bitter herbs, hold the cup, hear the ancient story. The meal begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.

 Good Friday – We gather on Friday evening, at 7 p.m., under the shadow of the cross, to join our choir and reader in a moving retelling through word and music of Christ’s last days. The Tenebrae Service, “It Is Finished” by Mary McDonald draws us into the wondrous love of God and the mystery of God’s suffering love. Other instrumentalists will join the choir in this presentation. Friends, community members, family members are warmly welcomed.

Easter Sunday – Two services will be held on Easter – the first at 7:30 a.m. which will feature a dramatic presentation, followed by an Easter breakfast sponsored by our Christian Nurture and Fellowship committee.

Come and celebrate the good news that death cannot overcome God’s love and God’s resurrection power! A second service will be held at 10:00 a.m. and will include the Sacrament of Holy Communion.

All are welcome!

Welcome Back!


We have dusted off the pews, the choir is back from practice and the Sunday School is back open for our smallest members. Also, our new interim pastor, Rev. Susan Stull-Carr is leading us in worship. There are changes abound for our faith community and we want you all to be apart of it.

A new church year has started!

Services are Sunday at 10 a.m. and after service, join us for fellowship and get to know our members.

All Are Welcome (and we do mean this) here at Trinity UCC!