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First Time Visitor

How do I get there?

We are located at 207 West Park Avenue in Greenfield, Indiana; across from Greenfield Middle School. Greenfield is about 20 miles due east of the center of Indianapolis via U.S. 40 or I-70. Use the map on the right to get directions to Trinity Park UMC.

Where do I park?
All parking is on the church property with some spaces on the east and west side and a large parking lot at the rear of the church. The primary entrance is the rear entrance. There are handicap parking spaces located at the front, rear and east sides of the church located near accessible entrances.

Please be considerate of others, particularly our seniors on canes and walkers, and be careful not to block other cars.

When parking around the church, please circle around to exit via the northwest exit. Please do not exit through the entrance for safety's sake.

What do I bring?
Bring yourself and maybe a Bible, if you wish to follow along with the readings from your own.  There are also Bibles and hymnals in the pews.

When do I need to arrive?
Church services are at 9:00 and 11:15 with Faith Groupsl at 10:15. Come a few minutes early to park, hang up coats and stop by the Welcome desk, if you wish.

What do adults wear?
You are welcome to wear whatever you are comfortable in. There is no "dress code" at Trinity Park. Some people wear their "Sunday Best," while others "Go casual".

What do children wear?
Children should wear comfortable clothes. During Faith Groups and Children's Worship they may spend time playing on the floor, or work with art supplies. Sometimes, they may go outside.

What is the service like?
The 9:00 service is more of a "traditional service" with readings, special music, traditional hymns, prayers and a sermon.  If you are interested in a truly "contemporary service", then you may be interested in our 11:15 service. Both services take place in the Sanctuary.

  • Readings and Songs - All readings, songs or prayers that the congregation may recite are printed in either the bulletin that is handed out at the service, in the hymnals and Bibles located in the pews, or projected on screen.

  • Communion - On the first Sunday of the month we hold Communion.  You do not need to be a member of the church to participate, nor do you need to feel obligated to participate. Communion is the time when Christians consume consecrated bread and grape juice as memorials of Jesus Christ's death and use it as a time to reflect on our relationship with God.

  • Offering - We do not believe in asking visitors to feel obligated to give to the offering.  Also, do not feel that you would be the only one not placing anything in the offering plate, since many of our members give monthly or some other schedule and do not place an offering in the plate each week. Offering may go towards the general operation of the church or towards special mission projects on any given Sunday.

  • Sermon - Sermons are Bible-based either on a theme that may span several Sundays or on a topic that will stand on its own.

May our child stay with us during the service?
Yes, but children are also invited to attend our Children's Worship which is held during the worship hours.

Nursery & Children's Church is offered during the 9:00am worship service.
Children's ministry provides nursery, Jesus and Me (ages 3-Kindergarten), and Jr. Worship (1st-5th grade) during the 11:15am service.

What is there to do between the services?

There is fifteen minutes between the first service and Faith Groups when people visit in Gibbs Hall over coffee, juice and snacks.  Feel free to join us in fellowship to meet church members or other visitors.

Faith Groups are available for all ages during the 10:15 hour.  There are several adult classes on various topics and age appropriate children's classes.  The nursery is also available during Faith Groups.  See the welcome desk for a current listing of classes and their locations.

Is your church accessible to people in wheelchairs?
Yes. We have handicap parking spaces at the front, rear and east sides of the church. The church is fully accessible, except to the choir room where a short stairway exists. A lift is available to the upper floor of the ministry center. A handicap unisex restroom is located in the education wing. Men's and women's accessible restrooms are located in the ministry center.

I am planning a visit. What should I expect Sunday morning?