If you would like to follow Rev. Dr. Kevan Franklin and Pastor, Emily Howard during worship please visit any of the following links listed below:

Please note that worship videos are uploaded each Friday and our worship is aired on WKQT radio every Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
Anti Racist Discussion Group
Meets on Mondays biweekly.
The next meeting is 01/10/2021 at 12:00p.m. Contact Emily Howard with questions.
If you or a loved one are sick, in the hospital or in need of prayer, please notify the church office either by calling: 330-264-9250 or emailing us, so Trinity's staff is aware and can pray for you. In these days of HIPA, the Pastors are no longer notified when a member is in the hospital.
Prayer and Communion
Join us each Wednesday at 6:30 PM - for our Zoom Prayer service.
During this time of virtual worship we are missing the interactions with our church family! This Zoom Prayer service is a chance to get to talk to other Trinity members and friends.
Click to join the Prayer service at 6:30 on Wednesday
As the colder temperatures are starting to arrive in our area, Wayne County Housing Coalition and our partner agencies are making plans for a Severe Weather Shelter for the coming winter months. The goal is to open a warm and safe space for anyone that needs to get out of the weather at the Wooster Salvation Army when the “feels like” temperature dips below 20 degrees. The Severe Weather Shelter hours will be 6pm through 8am, when open. In the past, the Severe Weather has opened when temperatures dropped below 20 degrees (winter 2019-2020) or to 9 degrees or below (winter 2018-2019) which did not require as much staff or volunteer oversight. We feel it is extremely important that the Severe Weather Shelter opens this winter before temperatures drop so low, but we need your help to make that happen.
Wayne County Housing Coalition is searching for individuals/couples interested in serving as volunteers at the Severe Weather Shelter for shifts beginning at 6pm and ending at 10pm on nights that the shelter is opened due to frigid temperatures. Responsibilities will include acting as a “host,” getting the meal distributed, supervising the guests at the shelter and assisting with any needs the guests may have. Salvation Army will have a staff member in their shelter area that will be accessible if necessary. Training will be provided for anyone that is interested in becoming a volunteer. COVID-19 protocols for congregate facilities will be followed. Volunteers will need to have a background check completed for the Salvation Army as well. If you have a recent background check you may use that as well.
If you are interested in assisting with the Severe Weather Shelter, please contact Kevan at docksf@aol.com or 330-264-9250 or 330-904-2009 or Krista Kidney, Wayne County Housing Coalition Chair, at kidneyk@one-eighty.org. A virtual training will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 7pm for those that express interest in volunteering this winter. In the week following the virtual training, small group on-site tours will be made available to familiarize volunteers with the Salvation Army facilities. Questions or further inquiries may also be directed to Kevan Franklin or Krista Kidney.
If you haven't already, here is your chance to catch up on the previous Sunday's Worship Service for 12/25/2020.