We are a multigenerational church with a heart for the city.

Join us for Sunday worship, our dynamic kids and youth programsadult discipleship, or a Trinity Connections fellowship event throughout the
week. We are proud to offer a GOLD seal certified weekday preschool for children 3 months – 5 years to the Tallahassee community.

Sunday Worship

8:30 a.m. in the sanctuary
9:45 SUN Contemporary service in Moor Hall or via livestream
11 a.m. in the sanctuary or via livestream
Masks are optional but encouraged during services

Sunday Worship

8:30 a.m. in the sanctuary
9:45 SUN Contemporary service in Moor Hall or via livestream
11 a.m. in the sanctuary or via livestream
Masks are optional but encouraged during services

This Week at Trinity

Week of Events

About Us

Because of God’s love for us through Jesus Christ, we exist to worship, grow and serve. Together, we seek to realize our mission through our core values: Faith, Worship, Love, Service, and Community. What began as a church plant to the new town of Tallahassee in 1824 is now a vibrant congregation that worships together, shares life in faith, and serves our community and beyond.

About Us

Because of God’s love for us through Jesus Christ, we exist to worship, grow and serve. Together, we seek to realize our mission through our core values: Faith, Worship, Love, Service, and Community. What began as a church plant to the new town of Tallahassee in 1824 is now a vibrant congregation that worships together, shares life in faith, and serves our community and beyond.

Our Core Values

Tidings

Our monthly newsletter Tidings is more than a bearer of news; it is a symbolic knitting together of our community with thoughtful articles and ministry updates.

Crossroads

Our historical journal, Crossroads, features original research on historical events relating to Trinity and its church community. Crossroads is published quarterly throughout the year.

Crossroads

Our historical journal, Crossroads, features original research on historical events relating to Trinity and its church community. Crossroads is published quarterly throughout the year.

Faith

“I have been sent to bring faith to those God has chosen and to teach them to know God’s truth—the kind of truth that changes lives—so they can have eternal life, which God promised them before the world began.” Titus 1:1

  • We believe in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and in God’s love for us through Jesus Christ as the foundation of our faith.
  • We believe all persons need forgiveness and redemption through God’s grace in Jesus Christ.
  • We grow in faith by studying the Holy Scriptures in community with one another. We interpret scripture through tradition, reason, and experience. 

  • We believe the message of the creeds, rituals and traditions of the United Methodist Church.
  • We believe as St. James wrote, “It isn’t enough just to have faith. We must do good to prove that we have it. Faith that doesn’t show itself by good works is no faith at all.”—James 2:17 (The Living Bible)

Worship

“I will praise you to all my brothers and sisters; I will stand up before the congregation and testify of the wonderful things you have done.” Psalms 22: 22 

  • We earnestly seek his Holy Presence while gathered together as a congregation as well as in our personal relationship with God.
  • We glorify God in worship with joyful songs of praise and testify to his love with hymns about his faithfulness.
  • We offer prayers of gratitude for all that he has done for us, his abiding presence with us, and his promise of salvation through the sacrifice of his son, Jesus Christ.
  • We bring our tithes and offerings to carry on God’s work in the world.
  • We cherish the guidance given through the reading of the Scriptures and the message of our pastors. We come in to worship and leave to serve.

Love

“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” John 13: 34-35 

  • Our goal in life is to follow the Great Commandment: Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind…and love your neighbor as yourself.
  • We strive to be authentic Christian people who love and serve others.
  • We work to understand and respect individual differences, cultures, customs and beliefs while witnessing and teaching our own faith.
  • We seek to nurture and demonstrate the love of God in Christ to the children and youth in our home and in our church family.
  • We are committed in love to all people God brings among us, valuing each one and being faithful to the care of their whole being.

Service

“Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will make you fishers of people.” Matthew 4: 19 

  • We will offer Christ to others, our greatest gift of service.
  • We seek to identify God’s gifts to us and share our skills, talent, time and treasure where needed in the church, community and world.
  • We seek to find ways to enable and empower others to serve as leaders and servants in making meaningful contributions in the church, community and world.
  • We seek to help nurture the faith development and spiritual formation of each member through teaching, study and fellowship, through prayer, and working for peace and justice.
  • We will help feed the hungry, house the homeless, and supply basic necessities to those unable to help themselves, within our power and means to do so.

Community

Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers and sisters dwell in unity!” Psalms 133: 1 

  • We will work to provide ministries in which all generations of the church family can work, play and grow together.
  • We are committed to diversity and invite all people into our faith community where each is made to feel welcomed and valued.
  • We will continue to make Trinity a Christ-centered church where God’s love is celebrated and lived out in a variety of ways. These include teaching children and youth, providing Sunday school and Bible study for all ages, individual and group ministry, music ministry and fellowship.
  • We will encourage a focus on health, wellness and exercise to better equip ourselves for service and our journey through life.
  • We will strive to be better stewards of God’s creation and of the physical and spiritual resources He has given us.As part of the global United Methodist Church, Trinity shares the common vision of all United Methodists to “Make Disciples for the Transformation of the World.”
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