WHAT TYPE OF CHURCH IS HOLY TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH?
Holy Trinity OPC is a congregation of Reformed believers seeking to glorify God and make Christ known. We are part of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and the Presbytery of the South.
WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE SERVICES?
Sunday morning worship begins at 10:00 AM with Christian Education (Sunday School) following afterwards at 11:30 AM. Sunday evening worship service begins at 6:00 PM.
We meet at PBA Meeting Hall, 2901 SW 26th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312. WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Join us as we reverently and joyfully worship our God through prayer, singing, Bible reading, and preaching. We encourage people to come as they are and dress in what feels most comfortable.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I ARRIVE?
When you arrive you can expect a warm welcome from one of our greeters who will give you a bulletin with the days order of worship. You are welcome to sit anywhere in the sanctuary. Before the morning service begins there is normally a time of fellowship among people.
WHAT IS A SERVICE LIKE?
Join us as we reverently and joyfully worship our God through prayer, singing, Bible reading, and preaching.
HOW CAN I MEET OTHERS AND GET CONNECTED?
Holy Trinity OPC is all about connecting with God and each other. There are four main ways to get connected:
- Attend a service,
- Join Us For A Fellowship Meal,
- Join us for a Bible study or prayer meeting
- and Volunteer.
If you haven’t already, take the first step and simply join us for a service.
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
As a church, we welcome your entire family to take part in learning and growing in Christ as a part of our covenant-community, therefore we invite children of all ages to participate in times of corporate worship. For parents with infants, we have a nursing room available for more privacy. The sermon is broadcasted in this room so you can still listen to the teaching.
In the Education Hour at 11:30 AM, younger and older children can participate one of two different classes taught by one of our Sunday School teachers. We use Great Commission Publications for our curriculum for kids. For the younger children’s class, there is a time of Bible teaching, sometimes a craft, coloring, and singing.