Welcome to Trinity

If you're new to Trinity, we're glad you're here! Here are some frequently asked questions. 

  • How Do I Get There?

    We are located in downtown Kendallville, at the corners of State & Rush streets. Our address is 229 South State Street, Kendallville, IN 46755.  

  • Where Do I Park?

    All parking is near the church and visitors and guests may park near the entrances. There is a parking lot behind the church building and also on the north side of the building. There's also on-street parking around the church on Rush Street and State Street . If these are full, Young’s Family Funeral Home, on the north west side of Trinity, has been kind enough to let anyone park in their lot for services or ministry happenings.

  • What Are The Services Like?

    The 8:25 AM worship time is more of a "Traditional" service with liturgy and readings that guide our service, music shared by others, congregational singing hymns accompanied by a piano and organ, prayers, and a sermon. 

    Our 10:45 worship time, "The Gathering" is a modern format and is held in our Fellowship Hall. The music is led by a praise and worship team that plays modern instruments with songs that you will hear on the local Christian radio stations, and is more informal in style. 

  • What Should I Wear?

    You are welcome to wear whatever you feel comfortable in. We believe that God meets you where you are and not because of how you're dressed like. 

  • May Our Children Stay During The Service?

    Yes, but children are also invited to attend our Children's Worship which is held during the worship hour. The children are typically taken to their rooms by the leaders right before the offering.

    We have a staffed nursery, and also have a “cry” or nursing space directly below the sanctuary in a nicely outfitted room. This room has a speaker to listen to the message, a changing table, and soft comfortable chairs.

  • Is Your Church Accessible?

    Yes. We have parking spaces, an elevator to the four levels, restrooms, and areas in the sanctuary and fellowship hall where a wheel chair user can sit without feeling in the way or on display.