Trinity is a member of ECO: A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians, a newly formed Presbyterian denomination.
ECO Mission & Core Values
We seek to be a movement, not just a denomination. These are the foundations that propel us forward.
To build flourishing churches that make disciples of Jesus Christ.
- Jesus-shaped Identity: We believe Jesus Christ must be at the center of our lives and making disciples of Jesus at the core of our ministry.
- Biblical Integrity: We believe the Bible is the unique and authoritative Word of God, which teaches all that is necessary for faith and life. The prominence of God’s Word over our lives shapes our priorities, and the unrivaled authority of the Bible directs our actions to be in concert with Christ’s very best for our lives.
- Thoughtful Theology: We believe in theological education, constant learning, and the life of the mind, and celebrate this as one of the treasures of our Reformed heritage.
- Accountable Community: We believe guidance is a corporate spiritual experience. We want to connect leaders to one another in healthy relationships of accountability, synergy, and care.
- Egalitarian Ministry: We believe in unleashing the ministry gifts of women, men, and every ethnic group.
- Missional Centrality: We believe in living out the whole of the Great Commission – including evangelism, spiritual formation, compassion, and redemptive justice – in our communities and around the world.
- Center-focused Spirituality: We believe in calling people to the core of what it means to be followers of Jesus – what “mere Christianity” is and does – and not fixate on the boundaries.
- Leadership Velocity: We believe identifying and developing gospel-centered leaders is critical for the church, and a great leadership culture is risk-taking, innovative, and organic.
- Kingdom Vitality: We believe congregations should vigorously reproduce new missional communities to expand the Kingdom of God.
We focus on four priorities:
- Lifting up the centrality of the gospel.
- Growing with an emerging generation of leaders.
- Emphasizing a wave of church innovation.
- Creating an atmosphere of relational accountability.
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