The Friendliest Church Around
Trinity has long been known as the Friendliest Church Around. We are a small congregation of multi-generational families who worship and work together, loving and learning to love one another as Christ loves us.
If you value a more intimate, traditional and spiritual community, Trinity may be a good fit for you and your family.
Join us Sunday morning at 9:00 AM Sunday Worship & Children's Sunday School see why we're known as The Friendliest Church Around.
What People are saying...
While in the Library, I saw a flyer for Trinity United Methodist Church in North Port. They called themselves the "friendliest church in town." That sounded like something to challenge, so I went the next Sunday. I was prepared to prove that they weren't very friendly ...but they really were. I felt at home. I've been attending ever since. The second week some people even remembered me. I invite you to put us to the test, too.
What's Happening at Trinity
Sunday, January 5th - 9 am Church Service
Sermon: Be Anxious about Nothing
Sunday, January 12th - 9 am Church Service
Sermon: Sell All Your Things and Give to the Poor
Tuesday, January 12th 4:30 pm - 6 pm
Sunday, January 19th - 9 am Church Service
Sermon: Become a Servant
Sunday, January 26th - 9 am Church Service
Sermon: Deny Yourself and Follow Me
Sunday, February 2nd - 9 am Church Service
Sermon: Not Everybody Enters the Kingdom
Sunday, February 9th - 9 am Church Service
Sermon: Love Your Enemies
Sunday, February 16th - 9 am Church Service
Sermon: The Lord's Prayer
Sunday, February 23rd - 9 am Church Service
Sermon: The Lord's Prayer, continued
After moving to North Port, we were looking for a place to worship and found Trinity United Methodist Church. The congregation was very friendly, and welcoming and made it a pointto personally greet us every week. Pastor Danny give great sermons and it touches your heart. We enjoyed the service and went again for a few more weeks and we are now attending regularly. Trinity United Methodist Church is the "Friendliest Church in Town."
David and Verna Mealy.