As this year's holiday season does not look like most others, we take this time to reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. Beginning December 1st, we will have video readings for all the chapters of Luke and will send out the words of each of the 24 Chapters. And on Christmas Eve you will have read the entire account of Jesus’s Life and wake up Christmas Morning knowing WHO and WHY we celebrate
365 New Days, 365 New Chances.
Thank you for visiting our website!
If you are searching for hope, truth, healing, and peace, I invite you to explore our website and find a comfortable place to connect. It may be a Sunday service. It may be through one of the "Opportunities to Serve" in our local community or overseas. It may be through the fellowship of one of our Small Groups. It may be by checking out one of our friendly gatherings of those who are interested in a deeper exploration of the Bible. It may be by attending one of our community events. But no matter how you may choose to connect, I hope and pray that you will make the most important connection of all, and that is the life-giving connection with Jesus Christ! I hope and pray that you will experience His love, mercy, and grace through your connection with Trinity Church. We believe He is the Way, the Truth and the Life, and our vision is that every person would come to love the Way, know the Truth, and live the Life! I invite you to join us on our journey towards the fulfillment of that vision!
what we Believe
As Anglicans, we are heirs of a tradition of Christian faith and life that stretches back centuries and includes millions of believers on six continents. We believe that all true doctrine is derived from the Bible, and we believe in the "unequivocal, ultimate, supreme and unique authority of Scripture...Scripture is the foundation of the Anglican Church."
A statement of our core beliefs is found here. You may also find specific guidelines regarding Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage, and Funerals below:
Every Christian is called, commissioned, and sent out into the world by Christ to be a faithful witness and to serve others with compassion. This mission is carried out locally among the people in our own community, and among people in other places around the world. Opportunities to Witness and Serve:
What is a typical Sunday morning worship service like at Trinity Church?
Anglican worship is liturgical. We use a well thought out and agreed upon order of service. The intention is that each person will actively participate in worship and not simply be a passive observer.
Our clergy and some of our lay leaders will usually be wearing robes (we call them "vestments"). Vestments are a way of showing that the person has been "vested" with certain authority and responsibility.
Our Sunday service is a joyful celebration of Holy Eucharist (also know as Holy Communion, The Lord's Supper). Holy Eucharist is a combination of Word and Sacrament. We hear the Bible read and expounded and then we gather around God's holy table and receive bread and wine, which signifies the body and blood of Christ, and is truly taken and received in the Lord's Supper by faith.
We believe that any person with musical gifts should be able to offer those gifts to the glory of God in worship, so our music is a blend of the historic and the contemporary. We are blessed to have many talented musicians and singers, as well as excellent leadership for both our Choir and Praise Team.
If you are from another tradition or are new to the Christian faith, you may find our service a little different. But over time, we hope you will come to see our form of worship as a way of giving glory to God in reverent response to His mercy and grace.
Spiritual Growth is simple: learning more about God through the Bible so that we can be all He has created us to be. As we grow in faith, we learn to Love the Way (Jesus Christ), Know the Truth (The Bible) and Live the Life (modeling our lives after Jesus Christ).
We invite you to grow with us! Check out one of our groups or special programs and try it on for size. We think you’ll find a welcoming and open group of folks who don’t know it all, but want to know—and grow—more into the Way, the Truth, and the Life.
Youth & Families
Fellowship at Trinity is all about sharing and caring. In our families, in our congregational gatherings, and in our small groups, we share life together and we care for one another as fellow members of the body of Christ.
Everyone is welcome at Trinity Church Pinopolis, even if you have never been to church before! Visitors and Guests are important to us at Trinity Church Pinopolis, and our goal is for everyone to feel welcome in our church home. We are located at 1915 PInopolis Road in PInopolis, SC just outside of Moncks Corner.
The Men of Trinity Church prepare and serve breakfast every Sunday morning at 8:30 AM in the Parish Hall. Following breakfast several groups meet to enjoy fellowship and receive a greater knowledge of the Bible and our Anglican Way.
Our Sunday Service begins at 10 AM. Ushers will great you at the door and provide you with a Bulletin for the Service. Our Service is a joyful celebration of Jesus, Holy Communion, the Bible, and a blend of historic and contemporary music where each person actively participates in worship.
Childcare is provided in the Nursery every Sunday morning. The Ministry of Caring for Children is led by Andrea, who is assisted by church volunteers. The Nursery is located at the front entrance of the Parish Hall.