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Trinity ChurchTri-Cities, Washington

Worship Sunday 10:30 a.m.
1007 Wright Ave, Richland, WA [MAP]

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Our Faith

Our faith is expressed in four ecumenical creeds, three reformed confessions, and in some particular teaching.

Ecumenical Creeds

Apostles’ Creed

This Creed is called the Apostles’ Creed, not because it is a production of the apostles themselves. [Read more about the Apostles’ Creed….]

Nicene Creed

This Creed, also called the Niceaeno-Constantinopolitan Creed, is a statement of the orthodx faith of the early Church. [Read more about the Nicene Creed….]

Athanasian Creed

This Creed is named after Athanasius (293–373 AD), the champion of orthodoxy over against the ancient heresy of Arius. [Read more about the Athanasian Creed….]

Definition of Chalcedon

The Definition of Chalcedon was formulated by the Council of Chalcedon in AD 451. [Read more about the Definition of Chalcedon….]

Reformed Confessions

Belgic Confession

The Belgic Confession, written in 1561, owes its origin to the need for a clear and comprehensive statement of the emerging Reformed faith in the Lowlands. [Read more about the Belgic Confession….]

Heidelberg Catechism

This document is called the Heidelberg Catechism because it originated in Heidelberg, capital of the German Electorate. [Read more about the Heidelberg Catechism….]

Canons of Dort

The Canons of Dort, also called the Five Articles Against the Remonstrants, are statements adopted by the great Reformed synod of Dort. [Read more about the Canons of Dort….]

Particular Teaching

Covenant Renewal Worship

Believing that worship is not a passive spectator activity, a form of entertainment, nor a sanctified lecture Trinity Church sees and participates in worship as covenantal renewal. [Read more about covenant renewal worship.]

Infant Baptism

Who should be baptized? [Read more about infant baptism….]

Paedocommunion

Trinity Church practices paedocommunion. Baptized children are members of the covenant and when old enough to partake of solid food they should be served the covenant meal (communion) as well. [Read more about paedocommunion….]