United Methodist Church Trinity

Sunday Service Times:

Blended: 8:45am

Sunday School: 9:45am

Traditional: 11:00am

Trinity United Methodist Church is an active community of faith connecting people to God and one another in and from the heart of Sumter, SC. Since its beginning nearly two centuries ago, Trinity has served this community as we have grown together in Christ. Whether you are new to the area or a long-time resident, we invite you to Trinity; come experience a loving and caring community of faith in a variety of ways---from small groups to vibrant worship. Our doors and our hearts are open to you! May God’s Peace abide with you, Joseph James Senior Pastor About Us
Upcoming Events

Sept 16: 6:30pm-Mens Ministry Meal

Sept 18: Beyond Sunday Meal


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Trinity offers two, Sunday morning worship services, at 8:45am and 11:00am. The 8:45 worship is a blended service combining contemporary music with more traditional elements of our faith. Our Praise Band leads the music as our pastors guide us through the liturgy, which includes an Affirmation of Faith and Pastoral Prayer. Special Bluegrass Sundays will get your toes tapping and bring a smile of praise to your heart. If you are looking for a traditional worship experience done with excellence, then our 11:00 service is for you. Beginning with a weekly processional of crucifer, torch bearers, chancel choir, and preacher, this service invites people into the presence of God with piano, organ, harpsicord and, on special occasions, the church orchestra and multi-generational handbell and vocal choirs. Surrounded by exquisite stained glass windows, this worship service proclaims the glory, majesty, and authority of God in our lives.
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226 W Liberty St, Sumter, SC, 29150

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