Trinity Reformed Presbyterian Church
Trinity Reformed Presbyterian Church began as a church plant of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod (RPCES) with just a few interested families in the late 1970s. Trinity had soon grown enough to become a particular church of the RPCES in 1979 and began the initial building project on its current facility in 1980. In 1982 Trinity and RPCES joined with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Trinity is a member of the Rocky Mountain Presbytery of the PCA together with churches in Colorado, Wyoming and Montana.
As part of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), Trinity purposes to be a church “Faithful to the Scriptures, True to the Reformed Faith and Obedient to the Great Commission”. The doctrinal standards of Trinity are set forth in the Westminster Confession of Faith together with the Larger and Shorter Catechisms.
Trinity is filled with people who know what it is to rejoice in God’s grace and mercy and we are a people always seeking to learn what it is to love and serve. We are asking God to fill us with joy in Him and give us hearts to love and serve others as Christ loves us. We would love to have you join us in this incredible journey of faith, hope and love.
To help us in this journey Christ has given pastors, elders and deacons to care for the people.
Meet Our Pastor
Cristian Garcia was born in Ecuador under a Roman Catholic family. During Middle School he heard the call of the Gospel for the first time and was saved by Jesus. From that point on he had a strong desire to serve the Lord in the ministry of the Gospel. Some years later, after finishing his B.A. in 3D Animation, and working several years for the Government of Ecuador as a Graphic Designer, the Lord opened the doors for Cristian to go to seminary. He traveled to Dyer, Indiana with his wife and little daughter to pursue a Mdiv. degree at Mid America Reformed Seminary. After finishing his Masters degree, he moved his membership from the URCNA to the PCA and started a two year and a half internship in Florida. During these years, the Garcias increased in number from 3 to 5, and after finishing the internship, pastor Cristian received a call from Trinity Reformed Presbyterian Church, to become our current pastor. You can reach out pastor Cristian at: [email protected]