What To Expect
First Time here?
We are excited to have you as our guest! During your visit please complete the Communication Form found in the Sunday bulletin and drop it off at the Information Center. We have a gift waiting there for you!
During the week we will telephone to welcome you, answer any questions you may have, and see if there is anything specific that we can pray about for you. We will also mail a welcome letter and First Impressions Card so you can let us know what you thought. And to express our appreciation for taking the time to check us out and giving us your input, we will be sending a movie gift code that can be used at any RedBox location. We hope you enjoy it!
What can i expect on a typical sunday?
When you arrive, we hope you are welcomed with warm, friendly smiles and the genuine love of our church family. Our welcomer team or information center volunteers will be happy to assist you with any questions.
Trinity holds two worship services on Sunday mornings -- one at 8:45 a.m. and one at 10:30 a.m.; each typically lasting an hour and 15 minutes. Worship begins with music, prayer, and a sermon message.
Between services, please join us for a cup of coffee in the foyer.
Do you offer christian education?
Christian Education is available for all ages -- children, students, and adults. Promiseland is offered for Toddlers-5th Grade during both Sunday morning worship services (September - May). Student ACE is held during first service for 6th-12th Grade students; along with XRoads the first and third Sunday evenings of the month (September - May). The Hub is offered year round for adults, as well as other periodic Adult ACE classes such as Discovering Life at Trinity and topical studies.
do you have childcare during service?
Children are welcome in worship service; however, childcare is available if needed or preferred. Cry rooms are also available where you can worship and care for your children.
Nursery is available for birth to three years old. Promiseland (first and second service) and Student ACE (first service only) are available for older children.
What should i wear?
Trinity Baptist is a “come as you are” church. Casual and dress clothes are equally welcome. Please wear what is comfortable to you.
Do i have to bring a bible?
Bible verses and sermon notes are displayed on a large overhead video screen; however, if you have a bible, please bring it. If not, we would be happy to give you one!
will i be asked to give money?
Offerings are an act of worship given by attendees who call Trinity their home. As a guest, you are not asked nor expected to give, though you are welcome to if you desire to do this as an act of worship.
Is your church handicap accessible?
Yes, we are handicap accessible at all entrances, provide handicap parking, and have a handicap accessible restroom.
can i participate in communion?
The Lord's Supper is an object lesson that represents a great spiritual truth for believers - the remembrance of Jesus Christ's death and resurrection. Anyone who has accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior is welcome to partake in communion with us.
what if I am interested in membership?
If you'd like to learn more about membership, please plan to attend "Discovering Life at Trinity." This is a two-part class designed to prepare you for membership at Trinity. After completing both parts of the class, and prayerful consideration, we would welcome you as a member if God so leads you to join this local church body known as Trinity Baptist Church.
who is your church affiliated with?
Trinity Baptist Church is an independent church, which is self-governed and determines its own affairs. Their is no denominational control or heirarchy. However, our church does have a voluntary relationship with three specific groups of churches:
Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) - 40,000+ churches that cooperate together in a world-wide effort of missions.
Minnesota Wisconsin Baptist Convention (MWBC) - A broad network of churches throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Southern Wisconsin Baptist Association (SWBA) - A local network of churches in Southwestern Wisconsin whose purpose is to plant and develop prevailing churches.