Plan Your Visit
Who We Are
We are a group of believers who have been given new life and new hope in Jesus Christ. Join us for our Sunday morning service if you’d like to get to know us better.
Casual, Traditional Liturgy, Creative, Down to Earth, Hip, Friendly, Young, Young families, Lots of kids
Community Service, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Missions
Contemporary, Rock-n-roll, Traditional Hymns
What are services like?
Sunday mornings are a special time for Trinity Church when we gather as God's family to worship him! We meet every Sunday at 10:00am on the campus of Germantown Academy - 340 Morris Road, Fort Washington PA 19034. Use the map below for directions. Casual Dress - There is no dress code so feel free to come as you are. Welcoming - You can visit knowing that no one will make you stand up and introduce yourself or do anything else that is socially uncomfortable. We want to make you feel welcome when you visit and make ourselves available, but we won't single you out in any way. Expectation - We put a lot of thought into each Sunday morning gathering. We structure our time as a response to what God has done for us and we expect that through the singing, preaching, teaching, interaction, and conversations that God will be worshiped and we will be blessed and encouraged.
What is the community like?
As a local church we believe that we are part of one family intimately connected to one another. We want to be able celebrate when others celebrate, mourn when others mourn, learn together, serve together, and grow together. This can't happen apart from spending intentional time together. We see this happening best in the context of our community groups. Take a look at the map below for meeting times and locations of our groups. If you are interested in finding out more please email us at [email protected]
What if I'm not a Christian?
The gospel is a term used throughout the New Testament that translated literally means "good news". We believe that the gospel really is good news for everyone that puts their faith in Christ. It both saves us and teaches us how to live. The gospel is not merely for the day we are saved and/or the day we stand before God, but for everyday in between too. The gospel progressively transforms us as we continue to walk in light of this good news. Whether you are a Christian or not, we believe that this message of good news compels us to respond to Christ in faith and worship - for the first time or the thousandth!