What to Expect


COVID-19 has affected the way we gather to worship. In order to safeguard the health of our congregation and visitors we are respectfully asking those to attend our services to wear a mask and maintain social distancing. We have reduced the number of seats in our sanctuary which allows participants to spread out. Restrooms and other high traffic surfaces are sanitized between services.

What to Expect

Our Sunday Morning Services (see Service Times for update on upcoming change of schedule April 18)

To prevent undue spread of COVID-19, we encourage all who enter our building for both our services to wear a mask or face shield/covering. The services are identical in form. Our services last for about an hour and involve worship through singing, giving, praying, and preaching. Nursery (0-2) is provided during the 10:45 service.

Our People

Trinity is a multi-generational church that looks a lot like our surrounding community of Jonesborough / Johnson City. We are a diverse group of teachers, engineers, farmers, and students. We are of all ages, races and income levels. Though we are all different, we share one thing in common: We are all followers of Jesus Christ. 

Our Music

Our music is a reflection of the culture of our congregation, so it is blended. On any given Sunday you'll hear a combination of ancient and modern hymns, praise choruses, and special music by soloists, ensembles, or our worship choir. We have a wide variety of tastes so we seek to serve one another by singing a wide variety of music. We'll sing most anything from the Gettys to the Gaithers. 

Our Preaching

At Trinity we take our preaching very seriously. In fact, it takes up the majority of our services. Each week Pastor Mark or Pastor Nathan will take a passage of Scripture explain what it means and then seek to apply it to everyday life. Our preaching is both theological and practical. Want more information on our preaching? Read this article: What is Expository Preaching?