Before You Attend
We’re really glad you visited our website. We look at it as an opportunity for you to find out what Trenton Wesleyan Church is all about. And it’s an opportunity for us to connect with you and invite you to be a part of our family (if you aren’t already, of course!)
If you’re new to Trenton Wesleyan, you probably have a few questions. This page is designed to answer those questions. If you don’t find your answers here, please feel free to contact us…
Who are we?
Trenton Wesleyan Church is a family that includes a wide range of people from all ages and different backgrounds. No matter who you are, you’ll get a warm welcome here. You can find a brief history of our church here. For information about the Wesleyan denomination: www.wesleyan.org.
When do we meet?
Our worship services are held on Sundays. We have two morning services that are held at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. The first service includes keyboards, drums, guitars, etc., while the second service is more traditional. That means we use primarily the piano and organ and sing both hymns and choruses. During July and August, we also have two morning services at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m..
What should I wear?
That’s easy. Wear whatever is comfortable to you. Don’t feel you have to dress up if that’s not you. Suits or shorts, it’s fine with us.
What should I expect?
Going anywhere for the first time can be unnerving for some people. To help put your mind at ease, here’s an idea of what you can expect at Trenton Wesleyan:
First, you’ll find that we’re a friendly group. You’ll be greeted at the door by a member of our church family. If you have children, we’ll let you know where the classes and nursery are located so you can take them there. The children’s programs run at the same time as our worship services (during the 9:30 am service). The worship service includes enthusiastic singing, an offering, a brief prayer time, and a relevant message based on the Bible. Please don’t feel obligated to participate in the offering. It’s for those who consider Trenton Wesleyan their church home. The entire service lasts about 60 minutes.