United Church of Christ

To worship God, preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, celebrate the Sacraments. To realize Christian fellowship and unity within this church and the Church Universal. To render loving service toward humanity by striving for righteousness, justice, and peace.


We believe in God, the Eternal Spirit, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, and our Father, and to your deeds we testify:

You call the worlds into being, create persons in your own image and set before each one the ways of life and death.

You seek in holy love to save all people from aimlessness and sin.

You judge people and nations by your righteous will declared through prophets and apostles.

In Jesus Christ, the man of Nazareth, our crucified and risen Lord, you have come to us and shared our common lot, conquering sin and death and reconciling the world to yourself.

You bestow upon us your Holy Spirit, creating and renewing the church of Jesus Christ, binding in covenant faithful people or all ages, tongues and races.

You call us into your church to accept the cost and the joy of discipleship, to be your servants in the service of others, to proclaim the gospel to all the world and resist the powers of evil, to share in Christ's baptism and eat at his table, to join him in his passion and victory.

You promise to all who trust you forgiveness of sins and fullness of grace, courage in the struggle for justice and peace, your presence in trail and rejoicing, and eternal life in your rehealm which has no end. Blessing and honor, glory and power be unto you.


Over the years mergers with other denominations have changed the original Trinity Reformed Church to Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church in 1934, to the present Trinity United Church of Christ in 1957. But the same spirit by which this church was born still remains. The responsibility for the mission and ministry of Trinity lies with the people who make it up. On June 17, Trinity Sunday of 1962, groundbreaking ceremonies were celebrated for our current church site. Mr. And Mrs. Norman J. Rothermel donated the land in January of 1961. The services of Dedication were from November 24, 1963 to December 8. The approximate cost of the new church was $590,000.00.


For more than 160 years, faithful members have sought to carry out the work of Jesus Christ in this local community and throughout the world. It is our prayer that we will continue to be a faithful presence. As important as our history is to us, and as proud as we are of it, the church is really the worship in which we join and the fellowship we share as members of this household of faith, and equally, the mission we enact because of the leading of God's Holy Spirit.

Welcome to Trinity UCC!

You are always welcome to join us as we worship together and give thanks and praise to God.


Come as you are

We want you to come just as you are. When you walk through our doors you may see people in suits and ties, but you will also see people in jeans and t-shirts. We want to make sure when you visit you are comfortable and that is all that matters to us. As long you are come through our doors, we want to make sure you feel loved and welcomed. If you ever need anything, always feel free to connect with us. We love to hear from our new visitors. 


Get to know our staff


We are currently being served by several guest ministers while we search for our next permament pastor

Rochelle Osler

Rochelle is our awesome secretary for over 2 years now.   

Mark Wesling

Mark is our director of music. He is an accomplished musician playing and teaching guitar.

David Rosetti

Dave is the leader of our very talented hand bell choir. He is always looking for a few more hands.