At Trinity, we seek to be defined by more than a doctrinal statement. You’ll find people with a wide range of beliefs in our community, and we love that. We’re not affiliated with a denomination. We’re made up of people from all sorts of church and non-church backgrounds. We’re stretched when we encounter others who think differently and find that this makes for great conversations.
At the same time, we know beliefs affect how we love one another, so here’s our perspective on a couple of key Christian concepts:
Jesus is at the center of our faith journey. In his life, death and resurrection, we find the most concrete expression of God's redemptive action throughout history. Because of this, we aspire to embody the love and life of Jesus in everything we do.
Church isn’t about being perfect or even all believing the same thing. It's about a group of people who are attentive to the Spirit of God at work in us and in the world around us. We seek to join together to love one another the way Jesus did. When we do this, we begin to see God’s healing work in and through us. Our communities and world begin to flourish in the way God intends.
Scripture has always had an authoritative and formative role in the life of God’s people. This is true at Trinity as well. The Spirit of God has inspired a story of hope and redemption, declaring what God has already done, is now doing and God’s promise for the reconciliation of all creation. In that story we learn both who we are and what we are called to do as followers of Jesus.