Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the church located?

The church is located at 304 S. Monroe Street, Monroe, MI 48161. Our main parking lot is a blacktop lot off of the alley with extra parking available in the gravel lot behind the church.

When do services start?

Our church services begin at 10:00 A.M. on Sundays and last about an hour. Parishioners can attend in-person services or attend on Facebook.

What is Coffee Hour?

Lexicographer Noah Webster may explain it best: a usually fixed occasion of informal meeting and chatting at which refreshments are served. All are welcome.

What activities do you have for children to participate in?

Though our church has a small youth population, there is no shortage of activities for children, tweens and teens to engage in. For younger children, there is a special area called the Children's Chapel where they can play in a clean, safe area during Coffee Hour. For tweens and teens, there are a multitude of opportunities to get involved in church services and volunteering.

What is the dress code?

There is none - Come as you are.

Is the church handicap accessible?

Yes! Thanks to our generous Capital Campaign donors, Trinity's facilities have been updated to better serve all persons who enter our doors. Ramps are available to access the parish hall and church sanctuary. There are chairlifts to access both the upper and lower levels of the building as well as ADA-approved, unisex bathroom facilities on the main floor. Unisex bathroom facilities are also available on the lower level of the building. Additionally, there is wheelchair seating available in the sanctuary.

Is the church air-conditioned?

Yes! Thanks to our generous Capital Campaign donors, our historic church now has air conditioning, allowing worshippers to gather in comfort.

During the pandemic, is Trinity worshipping in-person?

Yes. As of March 1, 2022, masks are now optional for vaccinated persons in the building. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the building and increased sanitation practices have been instituted. A Facebook livestream service option is also available each Sunday - The link is posted on our website and can be watched on our Facebook page.

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