• How do I get to Trinity?
    Click here for map & directions

  • What does Trinity believe?
    To learn about what we believe at Trinity Community Church please click here.

  • What if I’m not sure if I believe in God?
    If you’ve never made a decision to follow Christ, but are interested to know more about Him, Trinity is a good place to start! We welcome you and look forward to helping you discover the answers to your questions about personal faith in Christ.

  • Is Trinity affiliated with any denomination?
    Yes, we are a member of the Evangelical Free Church of America.

  • What if I come from a different faith background?
    Although Trinity is a member of the EFCA, people who attend Trinity come from many faith backgrounds - Methodist, Catholic, etc. We focus on learning the Word of God and growing in our personal relationships with Jesus Christ. So, regardless of your background, we can grow together!

  • How long has Trinity been in the area?
    Trinity Community Church (formerly Cary Evangelical Free Church) has been in the Cary/Raleigh area since 1994. Please click here to learn more about Trinity's history.

  • How do I become a member of Trinity?
    Joining Trinity is quite simple. Please visit Get Involved for more details.

  • What if I need a ride to church?
    Contact the church office to inquire about a ride for Sunday morning.


  • What time does Trinity meet on Sunday mornings?
    9:30 - 10:30 am - Sunday School
    10:45 - Noon - Worship celebration in the worship center

  • Do you have Sunday school for adults and children?
    Yes we do! Sunday school classes meet from 9:30 - 10:30 am and are available for ages 2 - adult. For more details, please click here.

  • Do I have dress up?
    No. Come as you are. You will feel comfortable and accepted regardless of what you are wearing. At any given time, you may find people at Trinity dressed in shorts, jeans, pants, dresses and an occasional suit!

  • Will I understand the sermon even if I don’t know much of the bible?
    Pastor Ken’s messages are prepared to speak to people’s lives by using the ageless truth and wisdom of the Bible. To listen to past sermons, click here.

  • Do I have bring a Bible?
    Although many Trinity attendees Bible on Sunday mornings, Bibles are available for you use or take home with if not one of your own.

  • Am expected donate money when visit?
    Guests at Trinity are not expected to give. In fact, you will never feel pressured to give money. Regular attendees and members are encouraged to financially invest in Trinity from their God-given resources in order to support the many ministries of the church. Offering boxes are located at the back of the worship center, with a corporate offering taken once a month during communion.

  • How often do you have communion and can I take it?
    Communion is celebrated in Worship on the first Sunday of the month. All who have placed their faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior are invited to participate.

  • Is Trinity handicapped accessible?
    Yes, our new facility was designed to meet the needs of the handicapped.


  • What do you offer for my children on Sunday mornings?
    During the Sunday school hour (9:30 - 10:30 am) Trinity offers child care and Sunday School for infants - high school. Child care is provided for infants through age 4 during the Worship time allowing parents to peacefully enjoy the service. During the sermon, children (age 5 - 3rd grade) are encouraged to attend Children’s Church where they will have fun learning about God at their level.

  • What if my child has special needs?
    We do our best at Trinity to meet the needs of all children. Please speak to your child’s teacher/caregiver to inform them of your child’s special requirements. All children are welcome and included in the ministries at Trinity.

  • Does Trinity have a youth group?
    Yes! Check out the middle school & high school webpage for all the details.

  • Can I check out the youth group if I’m a visitor?
    Yes. We’d love to have you join us! Trinity youth are encouraged to bring friends and all youth are welcome at any time.


  • Do I have to be a member to volunteer?
    Membership is not necessary to be an active part of life at Trinity. Many of our volunteers are not members of our congregation.

  • Do I need to apply to be a volunteer?
    When working with children/youth, an application is necessary to ensure a safe environment for the children in Trinity’s programs. Volunteer applicants consent to a background check.

  • How do I get involved in a Home Group?
    For more information on Home Groups, click here.

  • How can I be included in the church-wide email?
    For more information, click here.