As a church that is committed to seeing this community thrive, we recognize the importance of engaging the whole person—body, mind, and soul—for the glory of God. The opening of The Center to our community marks the beginning of an exciting new season on this campus and in this city. We would love to partner with your organization in blessing our community!
Trinity’s recreation and sports ministry is committed to the following values:
We desire to see lives changed through the transforming power of the gospel. (1 Timothy 4:8 )
We want to develop of character over competition and success. (Proverbs 10:9)
We are committed to building one another up to be the best we can be. (Hebrews 10:24)
We pursue excellence as we steward our God-given gifts and relationships for His glory. (Colossians 3:17)
Wednesdays & Fridays
LOOKING TO GET INVOLVED?
We would love for you to serve alonside us as we offer fun ways for our community to play a variety of sports and connect with Trinity!
Need a Place for your team to practice?
“How the Center has impacted us is not only have you provided the boys a place to practice but it is a tangible example of an answered prayer for the boys to understand. We have been praying for a place to practice and it was providence that brought us to reach out to Trinity. For myself I felt like Gideon where I do not believe I am this amazing coach so I was asking God if you really want me to coach these boys and play winter season we will need a place to practice. It’s also a great witness for the families on our team that are unchurched. Even though we only go over Biblical concepts with the boys during the weekly practices I firmly believe the impact is much bigger as these boys will go home and ask their parents questions that are prompted by these practice discussions.
“In closing, your generosity and hospitality has challenged me to be bold in my faith with these boys and I have high hopes God has big plans for these boys’ lives.”
Tanner is passionate about partnering with and reaching our community for Christ through sports and recreation. He grew up playing all kinds of sports around Orange County as well as collegiate rugby. If he’s not playing basketball in the Center at Trinity, then you may find him and his wife Whitney at any and every coffee shop in Orange County or at the dog park with their golden retriever, Sunday.