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FAQ: What is the Process for Membership?

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We believe membership in the local church benefits both the church and the individual. Membership does not provide salvation (only faith in Christ and His death on the Cross to pay for your sins can do that), nor does it preserve salvation (only abiding faith in Christ and obedience to His Word does that).

Rather, membership is a formal identification and partnership with the local    church, which provides spiritual care and opportunities for growth.  Membership also provides accountability with  one another, which we need & welcome as fellow believers n Christ.

The basic requirements for membership are a declared faith in Christ for salvation and agreement with the EFCA Statement of Faith. There is also a short application that asks for a brief description of one’s own story of coming to faith in Christ. The Elders of the church review the application and conduct a short interview, after which they recommend membership approval to congregation members at one of our congregational meetings. A prerequisite for formal approval of membership is attending “Welcome to the Family” - a study of the history, doctrine, and organization of both Trinity and the EFCA. Pastor Jim leads the membership class.

All members may vote on matters that come before the church at our Congregational Meetings.

We encourage all who have decided to make Trinity their church home to formalize the relationship and become a member.