Growing Together. Welcoming All.

Our church family actively seeks to welcome all, and to acknowledge and embrace the rich diversity of God’s human creation. Trinity welcomes all sexual orientations and gender identities, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transpeople to our faith community. We affirm that all God’s people should be included in our church life and ministry.

Trinity welcomes you wherever you are in your faith journey. If you have been hurt by the church, been marginalized by the church, if you doubt, if you have been a lifelong church member, are full of faith;  you are welcome here and we hope to make you feel welcome in Trinity’s family of faith.

We believe that it is impossible to live out Christ’s purpose, as individuals and as the church, without being fully open and inclusive, following the example Christ set for us.

We hope to emulate Christ by celebrating you just as God created you, so that we might be made richer through the gifts only you have to offer. In return, we hope to live out our responsibility, as the body of Christ, to nurture you in a safe, embracing environment, so that you might grow spiritually and experience the authentic love of God through a community of affirming followers of Christ.

We invite you to email our Senior Minister, Steve Lindsley, or call 704-366-3554 if you have any questions about Trinity.

Our Mission

Trinity members believe in relational mission through service in three core areas: education, homelessness and hunger. It’s our way to become positive agents of change in our community.


Trinity partners with Nations Ford Elementary School and Read Charlotte to support scholars in closing the achievement gap. Our volunteers provide mentoring, classroom help, Book Fair support and more!


Trinity supports Urban Ministry Center through the Room in the Inn program, serving lunch, and making sandwiches. Trinity volunteers also help celebrate McCreesh Place residents as they transition into stable housing.


Trinity Presbyterian has one of the top producing Friendship Gardens in Charlotte. The fresh produce we donate supports Friendship Trays, which provides meals throughout the Charlotte area. 


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Sunday School

September thru May, 9:45-10:45 a.m.


Children 5 and under, 9:30 a.m. thru Worship. We love having children in Worship. They may borrow a Trinity Tote at one of the Sanctuary entrances to use during the service.


Park in the lot directly off Providence Road and enter the Sanctuary for worship. For Sunday School, use our Welcome Center entrance in the horseshoe. Additional parking is in the back. Signs and friendly faces will direct you.

After-service Coffee

Join us in the Parlor, adjacent to the Sanctuary, for coffee, cookies, and fellowship following Worship.