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Sunday Worship

Trinity has been closed as of September 2014. Please feel free to visit one of the other churches in the Boise Presbytery:
First Presbyterian - 950 W State St, Boise, ID 83702 
(208) 345-3441
Southminster Presbyterian - 6500 W Overland Rd, Boise, ID 83709
(208) 375-5330
Covenant Presbyterian - 4848 N Five Mile Rd, Boise, ID 83713
(208) 322-5588

About Trinity

Trinity Presbyterian Church has been in the Treasure Valley for over 100 years! We started back in the 1890's by a few godly people who had a vision to bring God's Word to the frontier along the Oregon Trail.  Not being afraid of change, we have moved and changed buildings along with our name a few times over the century.  We started out in downtown Boise as Second Presbyterian but gradually moved eastward over the years until we finally arrived at our current location in Surprise Valley in the spring of 2005. 

Vision, Mission & Values of Trinity

Trinity. . .where people discover life in a Christ-centered community.

At Trinity, we seek to deepen our relationship with Jesus through each other, invite others to enjoy that relationship, and in the name of Jesus, give hope by making a tangible difference in our local and global community.

Trinity believes that the Christian faith is best learned and lived in relationships with others. Small and middle-sized groups are available to help develop deeper personal relationships. Those groups were formed to help with grief and divorce and job loss, as well as in-depth study of the Bible. 

Trinity’s members regularly volunteer in area hospitals and schools, the Boise Rescue Mission, and The Idaho Food Bank, to name a few. All of these serving activities do make a tangible difference in the lives of people. 

As Partners with God in mission we will be:
                                      Adventurous. . . .

About the Presbyterian Church

The Presbyterian Tribe traces its roots to the early church in Jerusalem. Modern Presbyterians date from the Protestant Reformation of 1517 AD. Like other Christians, Presbyterians believe in the Trinity. Presbyterians also believe that the Bible is the authority for faith and life. Ordaining men and women into ministry, electing and ordaining elders and deacons to serve the local church as well as the church at large, is an important part of the Presbyterian Church. The Presbyterian Church also considers itself in full partnership with other Presbyterian churches locally, nationally, and internationally, often sharing resources to accomplish more together than could be accomplished alone.