Welcome to Trinity
Worship is in person or online Sundays at 10 a.m.
Come and Worship with Us!
Trinity is a welcoming church with a tradition of celebrating diversity. Our leaders are called by God and chosen without respect to gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, previous religious tradition, worldly circumstance, voting record, or any of that other stuff that might get someone in trouble somewhere else.
If you are looking for a church that will accept you, your spouse/partner, your children and/or grandchildren, as well as anyone else you might like to come to church with on Sundays, you’ve found it.
There’s normally a lot going on at Trinity Presbyterian. We have several great choirs, a great children’s program, and lots of opportunities to be thoughtful about your faith. During this pandemic time, we are protecting each other by hybrid worshiping, both virtually, with online services livestreamed on Facebook on Sunday mornings, and recorded and posted to Facebook and YouTube for checking out later in the day or the week, and in person.
Park for free on Sunday mornings on a nearby street or in the indoor COCA garage, across and just west of the church on Washington Avenue.
Those who enjoy the climb can use the large steps on Washington Avenue to access the church Sanctuary; if you’re mobility impaired or just tired, use the handicap-accessible purple door on the Kingsland side to get to the elevator that will take you up to the Sanctuary level.
Or maybe you’re just looking for an opportunity to do some good for your neighbors.
Great idea! We welcome volunteers to help out with Winger Food Pantry, our hunger ministry that feeds 900+ Saint Louis families per year. Or UKirk, a faith community for college-aged students from around the St. Louis area that meets Sunday nights at Trinity.
Whatever your situation, you can find a welcome at Trinity!
6800 Washington Avenue
University City, MO 63130
Parking & Walking
Park for free Sunday mornings at the new COCA garage across the street from the church on Washington Ave.
You can use the large steps on Washington Ave. to access the church Sanctuary, or use the handicap-accessible purple door on the Kingsland side for access to the elevator.
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