Trinity Presbyterian Church welcomes you! Whether you worship God with us next Sunday or are simply making a “virtual” visit to this home page, welcome. We hope your contact will prove to be a blessing.
Update: In order to avoid spreading the virus, Trinity’s meetings have moved to live streaming or remote conferencing. The Sunday morning service (11:00 a.m.) and evening service (5:30 p.m.) are being live-streamed on YouTube. Click on tinyurl.com/TPC-worships. Please contact Pastor Mahaffy if you have questions. For a reflection on this way of gathering for worship, click here.
Trinity Presbyterian Church, a congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church is committed to the Bible, the Word of God. It holds to historic Presbyterianism, the system of belief sometimes called the Reformed faith. Our primary focus is on our Lord and Creator, and our primary purpose as humans is to “glorify God and enjoy him forever.” At Trinity you will find great fellowship and a loving, caring community of believers, but those are secondary to our primary purpose: to glorify and worship God as he himself has directed us in his Word. At Trinity Presbyterian Church, we’re serious about our Christianity. Instead of being man-focused, we strive to be God-focused. A right relationship with God is foundational for our lives. If you’re looking for a church that is by no means perfect, but is diligently trying to serve and enjoy God as he has commanded, then we invite you to get to know more about us through this website, and join us in the worship of our Redeemer!
The church building is located at 600 E. Columbia Dr., Newberg, Oregon, a mile north of downtown Newberg, on the southwest corner of Columbia Drive and North College Street.
Our Sunday Schedule:
Sunday School: 10:00 a.m. (temporarily suspended)
Fellowship and refreshments: 10:35 a.m. (suspended)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. (live streamed)
Evening worship 5:30 p.m. (live streamed)
Click here to read an excellent booklet, Ultimate Questions, relating to your eternal relationship with God (off site link).
[One of the header pictures courtesy of Jen B.]