Here at Trinity we are seeking to know God deeply in Jesus Christ so that we can proclaim God globally in the power of the Holy Spirit. We believe that we are called to live out the gift of Jesus Christ's unlimited love that brings transformation and new life to ourselves and to the world.
We are connected to each other. We worship, we learn, we pray, we laugh, we cry, we sing, we care for others and ourselves. Wherever you are on your relationship with God, we invite you to come worship with us! You will find lots of opportunities for education, worship, and the joy of belonging to and serving in a community of believers.
Claude E. McRoberts, III, Senior Minister
Sunday Morning Worship at 8:30 and 11:00 in the Sanctuary. For more, click here.
(From May 24 through August 2, 2015, there will be only one morning service at 10:00.)
Sunday Evening Worship at 6:00 in the Sanctuary. For more, click here.
Congregational Communities (Sunday School) at 9:45 in various rooms across the entire campus. For more, click here.
Trinity is located at the corner of South Hull Street and Felder Avenue in the heart of the Garden District, the largest neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. For GPS navigation use the Church address, 1728 South Hull Street, Montgomery, Alabama. Need more help? Click here.
The Church neighborhood is residential, and parking is available on surrounding streets or in our parking lots. Our Sunday morning services are traditional in nature. We worship God by reading the Bible, responding to God's Word by singing hymns and then listening to a sermon from Scripture. Our music is mostly classical in form, featuring an organ, choir, and hymns, but often includes Psalms, choruses, and other music forms. On Sunday night, we end the Lord's Day at 6:00pm in the Sanctuary. Evening Services include singing, preaching the Scriptures and being sent out to begin the week as God's people on mission in Montgomery. Learn more about our worship here.
Growing in Christ is very important to us at Trinity, so we offer a wide variety of classes for children, youth and adults. For children birth through 5th Grade, please contact Stacy Hamilton. For 6th – 12th Grades, please contact Kurt Cooper or Mary Cam Shaw. For adult classes, contact Becky Canerday.
The Covenant Building is the center of the Children’s Ministry. It is the western-most building, with an entrance facing Felder Avenue. Here you’ll find the Nursery (where you can drop off your children during your Sunday morning activities) and elementary Sunday School classes, which are offered at 9:45 am every Sunday.