Here are the most frequently asked questions about our service.
What is it like inside your building?
You will love it. We meet in a conference room inside the Bentonville Community Center. In other parts of the facility there is an aquatic center, fitness center, aerobics studio, gymnasium, indoor track, craft room, child watch area, senior activity level, lounge, and more.
What should I wear if I visit your church?
Wear whatever works for you. Most people dress casually, but occasionally people will dress up for special holidays. But there is no dress code to worry about.
What do you do during your worship service?
We follow an order of service that is modern yet rooted in the liturgy of the ancient church. We strive to be connected to the past while not forgetting the time and culture we are in.
What kind of music is sung during your worship?
We sing a mix of contemporary songs and older hymns. Some of the songs and hymns will be familiar to you and others will be new. But they all will draw your attention to Jesus and everything he has done for you in his life, death, and resurrection to forgive your sins.
Why do you read ancient creeds?
Together we speak creeds because they are an acurate summary of the historic Christian faith for sinners and saints that have stood the test of time.
Am I allowed to take Communion when I visit?
Jesus did not lie when he said: “This is My body, given for you. This is My blood… shed for you for the forgiveness of sins” (Matt. 26:26-29; Mark 14:22-25; Luke 22:14-20; 1 Cor. 11:23-25). If you believe this and have been baptized you are invited to participate.
Will there be instruction for young children?
Yes, although all children are welcome to participate with their parents and siblings during the beginning of the service during our singing we have a special Trinity Kids ministry time during our pastors sermon for young children who want to participate.
Will you ask me to give you any money?
Nope. There will be a time in the service where we will provide an opportunity for our members to give, but no visitors should feel the need to give. “Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” (2 Cor. 9:7)