Mission Statement

Collection of the Hunger Offering

Trinity Presbyterian is committed to being an inclusive, nurturing church family of loving, caring, and supporting members, glorifying God, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ, and serving the world. Trinity is a family of loving Christians who join to worship God, support one another, and minister to the community and the world.

Trinity Presbyterian Church is an “open-hearted” community of faith.

Trinity Presbyterian Church seeks to live the Gospel by serving the community beyond our church doors. Pathways from our doors lead out into the local neighborhood, Forsyth County, and all parts of North Carolina. We collaborate with other churches in Winston-Salem to feed hungry people in our community, to shelter the homeless, and to support those who are in need. We join with other ministry organizations and other PCUSA congregations to serve hurting persons throughout the nation and around the world. By opening our hearts and hands to others, we live out Jesus’ call to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.

Trinity Presbyterian Church is an “open-minded” community of faith.

Trinity Presbyterian Church is a Presbyterian Church USA community of faith.Trinity Presbyterian Church takes the Bible seriously without necessarily taking it literally. Because we hear God’s Word calling us to love our neighbors as we love ourselves, we welcome and affirm people of all genders, races, sexual orientations, marital statuses and political viewpoints. We open our doors to all people. Trinity is also a "More Light" congregation.

Trinity Presbyterian Church is a part of the Presbyterian Church USA, a Christian denomination that dates from the 16th Century and currently has more than 2.5 million members worldwide. Trinity actively participates in Salem Presbytery (, a collaborative regional body of nearly 150 Presbyterian congregations. Learn more about Presbyterian Church USA’s beliefs and practices here: