Welcome to the Trinity Reformed web-page. We are glad you are taking a look, and hope this will give you some helpful information about our church. We are a church seeking to follow Jesus, to call others into relationship with him, and to see God's kingdom grow.
We are located in the suburbs of Washington, DC. When you worship with us you will notice that the Bible is central to all our activities. That is not an accident, for we believe that God's word is inspired and is of great profit to our progress in holiness as those who believe in Jesus. You will also discover that we are interested in sharing with others how they can receive Jesus' great gift of eternal life. We pray for those who don't know Jesus as their Lord and Saviour and we have an active tract ministry in the Washington, DC area through which we share the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Finally, when you visit us, prepare to meet many interesting people, each of whom has a story to tell about how God rescued them from a life of sin and is continuing His saving work in their life; how He is perfecting them so one Day they might see their Lord in all His resplendent glory. They will want to hear your story, too. They will make you feel a part of a faithful fellowship dedicated to knowing and serving the Lord.
If Trinity Reformed Church sounds like what you've been looking for in a church, come worship with us and be a part of Christ's body that loves the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and seeks to give Him all the praise.
Trinity Reformed is a congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC). Our church members and visitors come from a variety of churches, as well as non-churched backgrounds. Our theological tradition as a church and a denomination, though, is reformed, and our doctrinal standards are found in the Westminster Confession and it's larger and shorter catechisms.
Again, thanks for taking a look at our web-page. Please contact us if you have any questions for us, and know that we'd love for you to visit.
Grace and peace,
Gerald Taylor, pastor