Guest FAQ'S

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find answers to many of the questions you might have as a guest at our church.  If you have other questions, please call 904-596-2400 or email Guest Services at Guests@tbc.org.

When are your service times?

Sunday Worship Times:

Classic Worship - 9:00am
Morning Worship - 10:15am
Evening Worship - 6:00pm
Click here for detailed service times.


How do I get there?

Trinity Baptist Church is located on the Jacksonville's Westside.  Trinity is conveniently located just off of Interstate 10 and Interstate 295. (click here for map).

What should I wear?

We want you to be comfortable while you are visiting, so what you wear is your choice. You can dress up or dress down, either way is totally acceptable.

Where do I park?

Our guests are treated to the best parking spots on campus, directly next to the entrance to the church. Our parking lot attendants will help you find your spot and will direct you to our Welcome Center, just inside the church entrance.

What do I do when I get inside the church?

You will be greeted by one of our friendly volunteers at the Welcome Center who will be happy to direct you to seating, or find a classroom for your children or nursery for the little ones. They will also point out where the restrooms and water fountains are located if you should need them, and they can also answer questions you might have.

What is available for my kids?

Trinity has great services and activities for children of all ages. Click here to go to the children's page, where you will find detailed information on all that is available for your children.

What should I expect in worship?

You’ll be given a bulletin that will tell you about things that are going on at Trinity. You will enjoy dynamic worship, and purposeful messages dealing with real-life, real-time issues. Pastor Messer’s messages based solidly on Biblical teaching together with practical application, will guide you toward growing in your faith and applying God’s Word to your family, job and life.