From Clearnote Church to Trinity Reformed
“Trinity” points to God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—revealed in the Bible and worshiped by Christians throughout history and around the world. We want, more than anything else, to introduce people to the Triune God and invite them into His family. Every time we speak the name of our church, we testify about who He is.
“Reformed” is shorthand for what we believe. The Reformed tradition has a rich history of getting the Bible into the hands of the people, and helping them to understand and apply it. Just like the men of the Protestant Reformation, we know that the Word of God transforms lives. We’ve seen it in our own lives, and we’re eager to share it.
We’re a church, no apologies. We gather for worship every Sunday, as God’s people have for 2,000 years. We confess our sins together, pray for one another, and sit under the preaching of God’s Word. We hope you’ll join us!
The name Clearnote was meant to communicate an uncompromising stand for God’s truth. We wanted our name and our commitment to be clear. Instead, it was confusing. We don’t need an exceptional name. We have an exceptional God.