Trinity Reformed Church is protestant, reformed and evangelical. In a nutshell, that means that we believe in:
We believe that the Bible is God’s Word and is absolutely true.
We believe that Christ died for our sins and is the only hope of salvation.
We believe that God has given His grace to us freely.
We believe that faith is the only way we can receive God’s free gift of grace.
We believe that the triune God deserves all the glory for His works.
But we want to live out all those big, ancient truths in our modern world.
What does it mean to be a Christian man or woman in twenty-first century America? What does it mean to be a father or mother or boss or employee or professor or student? When do we speak out against the evils of our day, and how?
Some of the Bible’s answers to these questions are more popular than others. We want to preach them all with love—from the pulpit, with our music, and in our lives. We want to be known as a church that is in the world but not of the world. In this age, it can be tricky to do both.
Right now, some of us wear t-shirts, and some of us wear suits. We have a rock band and we say the Apostle’s Creed. We kneel to pray and sometimes we yell “amen!” We trust God to lead us on this journey, because He’s told us where it ends.
Have more questions about what we believe at Trinity? Send us a message and one of our pastors will be happy to answer your questions.
If you want to go a bit deeper, you can read the Westminster Standards (Confession of Faith, Larger Catechism, and Shorter Catechism), which we subscribe to. We belong to Evangel Presbytery, an association of Reformed Churches. (You can even check out our bylaws if you’re interested.)