Welcome to Trinity Baptist Church!
Sunday Meeting Times
What should I expect?
If it is your first time, we recommend joining us for Fellowship in the Fireside Room where you’ll find friendly faces, cookies and coffee. Worship starts at 10:30am. A typical service will last about 90 minutes. We prepare our hearts with hymns sung from the Hymns of Grace Songbook and scripture readings. We are then guided by a pastor through a book of the Bible, verse by verse. We finish with prayers and praises lifted to God. Please be sure to grab a Connection Card to let us know you’ve visited so we can stay in touch.
Do you have childcare?
All children are welcome to stay with parents throughout our services. But if you prefer you are welcome to check your infant – 5 year old in with our friendly nursery caregivers at 10:15am, before church service begins. We also have a “cry room” set up in our Fireside Room that you are welcome to use and not miss the service. For older children we have classes that dismiss after our music/worship time that take place every other Sunday. Children’s Church is K-2nd grade, Club 36 is 3rd-6th.
What is the preaching like?
Trinity’s pastors are committed to the expositional preaching of God’s Word. On most Sundays, you’ll find a Pastor guiding us through a book of the Bible, verse by verse.
What denomination is the church?
We are part of the Southern Baptist Convention, and a Bible-believing church body. We believe that salvation comes through faith in Jesus Christ.
What should I wear?
Our services have a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Come as you are! You’ll find members from casual to business formal. Business casual is the most prevalent throughout the congregation.
What is communion like?
At Trinity, we typically take communion once a month, on the first Sunday.
What about Sunday School?
Do you have an evening service?
Trinity provides Sunday school classes for both children and adults. We come together before our worship service to learn about God and His Word. Also, it’s a great way to get to know your fellow congregants.
We have a Christian Ethics Class on Sunday evenings at 6pm that meets for one hour. We are going through Wayne Grudem’s book “Christian Ethics: An Introduction to Biblical Moral Reasoning” as our guide.
FIRST TIME IN MOSCOW?
You’ll find that the Palouse is an interesting place to visit and to live, and there’s plenty of time to play. Be sure to get in a round of golf at one of our local courses, see a cultural or sporting event at one of the two renowned research universities in our area, or explore downtown Moscow. Grab a Trinity greeter, elder or pastor, and they’ll be glad to share more about our beautiful home town.