Established in 1981. Trinity Bible Fellowship is a conservative evangelical Bible-believing church. Growing from a home Bible study, the church first met in the Senior Citizen Center, until acquiring land and building our own facilities in 1988. We have undergone two building programs since then, expanding the sanctuary and building a Sunday school wing.
The church is independent, but maintains an affiliation with InFaith (previously American Missionary Fellowship). Through this association, we have access to guidance, pastoral resources, and camping ministry.
Trinity has always maintained a strong missionary mindset. Approximately 25% of our annual budget is dedicated to missions. Two long-term missionaries (Randy Hoffmann and Randy Anderson) have been sent out from the church. Short-term missions have gone to Mexico, East Asia, Russia, the Ukraine, and have served more regionally in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Teams have also visited Vancouver, Canada. We support missionaries (including nationals) both around the world and serving as home missions. Jail and Juvenile Hall ministries are included with this.