We are a community of believers in Jesus Christ. We seek to follow Him in obedience to His commands to love the Lord with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love our neighbor as ourselves.
Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.
We teach from the Bible and read it as God's authoritative revelation of Himself to the world.
We preach on Sundays verse by verse through entire books of the Bible, explaining not only it's original meaning but it's timeless truths for us.
We believe that all of Scripture points to Jesus Christ, and this is reflected in our Christ-centered preaching of both the Old and New Testament.
We are led by a board of Elders: ordinary men who meet the Biblical qualifications for the office and selected by the congregation to lead the church.
The elder board is made up of both staff elders who serve as the main teaching pastors and lay elders who serve in various teaching capacities. All elders have equal authority on the board.
Trinity Bible Church is not part of a hierarchical denomination or authority, but willingly partners with other like-minded churches in the area for mutual support.
We celebrate God's provision for salvation from the wages of sin. We believe to be saved is to be truly free to be what God designed us for.
We seek to follow God's commands and continually put sin to death. We also reject extra-Biblical legalistic burdens added to the Gospel.
WHAT WE BELIEVE (SHORT VERSION)
We believe the historic creeds of the church, that Jesus is fully God and fully Man, and that God is Triune: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The Bible is inerrant and is God's Special Revelation
We are Reformed in our Soteriology - Salvation is all God's work and we, being dead in sin, contribute nothing
The true follower of Jesus is eternally secure and cannot lose salvation
Credo-Baptist - we baptize confessing believers
The Lord's Supper we do in both remembrance of Christ's redemptive work and anticipation of the future with Him