For over 100 years Trinity has been a community of God’s people in the heart of Annapolis striving to be like Jesus in all that we do. We enjoy worshipping God together, learning God’s Word together, serving our community, and enjoying each other’s company. Most especially, we want to make a difference in people’s lives, bringing them closer to God.
We love to welcome our neighbors, no matter their stage or place in life or where they find themselves spiritually. Just like Jesus, we try to connect with people where they are, as they are.
New Sermon Series! Sometimes, often without knowing it, we let things creep into our hearts- deadly toxins– that cripple our relationships, diminish our quality of life, and crush our self-worth. The good news is that a toxic heart can be cured! All it takes is the wisdom to identify the toxin and to allow God to give us healthy nutrients. Join us beginning on Sunday July 26 for a five-part series called “The Anatomy of a Toxic Heart”.
Our worship bulletins and newsletters are now online! Click on News in the menu, and you’ll see our latest posts, including any publications we produce.
New sermons will be added very soon!
It’s true that we only have 24-hours in a 7-day week to live. We can’t add or subtract to that. However, in God’s time, none of that matters. When God gives an opportunity to serve him and to make a difference, physical time doesn’t matter anymore.
We expect God to speak to us in loud, thunderous ways that grab our attention. Surely God does that. But more often than not, God speaks in a whisper so that we’ll be calm, focused, and ready when God speaks.
So many of us live from one request and obligation to another only to find ourselves worn out and burned out. When we look to Jesus, we find someone who was not swayed by the demands of others, but instead led by his Father. That’s our model.
Meet our staff! They are dedicated to loving and serving God and people. We are blessed to have such a dedicated, gifted staff to equip our church for ministry.
Chris has served as pastor of Trinity UMC since July 1, 2015. He brings with him a love of God, of people, and a desire to help the church live into their full potential as the body of Christ.
Blairlee brings a wealth of gifts and experience to our office. If you need anything or have questions, please contact her!
A longtime music teacher and director, Jane directs our choir, handbells, and children’s choir. She brings excellence and a love for worshipping God into all she does.
For over 20 years, Wanda has faithfully cared for our facility with passion, dedication, and a deep love for the people of Trinity.