COVID-19 and Church Activity Updates
The pastors and staff would like to let the church body know that we are keeping a close watch on COVID-19 (coronavirus). Certainly these are uncharted waters for all of us, and we thank you for your patience, understanding, and prayers as we continually monitor the situation on a moment by moment basis. We encourage everyone to pray for those who are suffering and families that have been affected by this global pandemic. Ultimately, He is in control. We are trusting in his mercy, guidance, and provision every step of the way.
You can find all relevant updates to the situation as it evolves on this page. Find the most of the moment information via our Facebook page.
Update as of Wednesday, June 10, 2020
As we continue through Phase Two, we now have a reopening plan tailored around the regulations outlined by state and local governments and in cooperation with CDC guidelines. On Sunday, June 21 at 10:45 a.m. we will slowly begin to reopen the worship center with strict safety guidelines in place. We have consulted a number of healthcare professionals both inside and outside the church walls regarding the ideal methods to approach a safe reopening, and they have provided us the best information they have in proper sanitation and safety measures required. All of our Sunday morning volunteers and staff will attend a training course in how to adhere to those guidelines as they welcome you back. We ask for your patience and cooperation as we implement these measures. Our main priority is to keep you and others safe.
We realize that everyone will not be comfortable entering the building yet, and we totally understand! Rest assured, the regular drive-in service at 9:15 a.m. and the webcast at 10:45 a.m. will continue as normal.
Interested in attending a worship center service? Here’s what you need to know:
This service will be limited capacity according to government regulation. As such, it is reservation only. You may call the office during regular hours at (828) 628-1188 to reserve your spot beginning Monday, June 15. You will be asked some brief screening questions. Your seat will be assigned in the office the week before the service. A volunteer will escort you to your seat on the day. All assignments will take into consideration proper social distancing guidelines.
When you arrive to campus, please expect to have your temperature taken and to be asked some further screening questions before being allowed to enter the building. Masks will be required upon entering and exiting the building.
The Trinity of Fairview Food Pantry will continue to be drive-thru only. Saturday prayer and worship webcast at 7:00 p.m. will continue as normal. See below for updates regarding these and other ministries.
The office remains open for phone calls. Given the rapidly changing situation with COVID-19, we ask that no one except staff or food pantry volunteers enter any of the buildings.
Given the restrictions now placed on entry into hospitals, nursing homes, etc. pastors will not be making visits to medical facilities and the like at this time both for your well-being and their own. We love you all dearly and will continue to keep up to date with your needs to the very best of our ability while following the rules and recommendations provided in this changing landscape. We deeply appreciate your understanding in this matter. 
  • Drive-in Service Sundays at 9:15 a.m.*
  • Webcast every Sunday at 10:45 a.m.
  • Worship Center Service at 10:45 a.m.**
  • Prayer & Worship Webcast Saturdays at 7:00 p.m.
* Weather permitting. No restroom facilities available on campus. If you would like to sit outside of your vehicle, please specify to the attendant when you come up the drive. You must bring your own chairs to sit outside.
** See above for guidelines regarding our worship center service.
Unable to watch live? All services will be available to view on our online archive and on Facebook once they have aired. Please be advised: given the unprecedented situation we are in, many churches are utilizing video service options. As such, it is possible the website, Facebook Live, or livestream may reach capacity or may not load due to strain on web servers. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we attempt to resolve these issues during this time.
Small Groups
Some groups have resumed meetings via Zoom, outdoor “host home” meetings, and outdoor on campus meetings. View the directory here!
Online Giving
You may continue to give your tithe online by simply downloading the Easy Tithe app to your phone or another device. You may also donate via our online giving form. We are so grateful for your willingness to give as the Spirit leads during this time.
Food Pantry
Every Tuesday
9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Please get in line, stay in your car, and we will assist you.
Food Collection
There has never been a better time to share the gospel via our words and deeds. Give back at a critical juncture for our church and community by donating food to those especially in need via our food pantry drop-off location outside the Family Life Center. Just stop by and leave your items from 9:00 a.m.4:00 p.m. every day. Check out needed items here.
Students and parents can stay up to date on all that Pastor Cody has going on for Trinity Students at the Trinity Students Facebook and Instagram pages.
Registration for the Putting for Poverty Golf Tournament is open, however the date will be postponed to a later time to be announced. Sign up to play or be a hole sponsor!
Parents, just because we aren’t gathered doesn’t mean we aren’t in this together! In the midst of social distancing, this is a unique opportunity to grow closer to your child. Pastor Jesse and Mrs. Michelle will be sharing regular updates including Bible lessons and fun activities to take part in with your child via the parents of Trinity Children Facebook page. Awana Commander, Mrs. Christina, may also have some Awana news, so be sure to watch that space!
As always, if you have any concerns, needs, or questions, please contact us at or 828-628-1188.