The one thing everybody knows is that things are not the way they are supposed to be. People groups and cultures throughout all history have recognized this. Religious teachers and philosophers have tried to figure this out since the dawn of time. And yet, the world remains a hard and tragic place.
We believe all that is wrong with the world is connected to humanity's rejection of the righteous rule of the rightful King of all creation. We rebel against God's good design for humanity and human flourishing. This leaves us (all humanity) with a world in which things are not the way they are supposed to be. However, there is good news. Instead of abandoning this fallen world, God is making all things new. It is happening in ways that are not always visible or tangible, but it's happening. The more a person comes to know the one true and living God (the God of the Bible), the more you see it.
Our vision, then, is about what we believe we will see in the end; when God has made all things new. And our mission, likewise, is shaped by God's promises to bring renewal in and through his people. This means, at Trinity Church, we believe we are part of something that is of immeasurable significance. This isn't because of anything special in or about us. Rather, it is all because of who God is and his committment to rescue sinners like us and redeem this broken world. This is good news. And we'd love for you to join us.
Trinity Church exists for the spiritual, social, and cultural renewal of our city, through the outpouring of the gospel, for the glory of God and the good of Minneapolis.
To raise up grace-centered followers of Christ who find real freedom in the gospel, build genuine community in the church, and have a lasting impact on the world.
We strive to extend grace to one another just like God has extended grace to us.
We recognize everything we are and everything we have is from God; not us.
We make an effort to grow spiritually by practicing the ordinary means of grace.
We strive to reach people, and raise up leaders, from every generation.
We give generously of our time, talent, and treasure because God has been generous to us.