Trinity’s website was redesigned in 2013 to be accessible to hand-held devices, cell phones, and I Pads as well as desk-top and laptop computers. By 2017 more than 190 email subscribers have registered to receive automatic posts of the Trinity Times and other church events. A few of the highlights of the website are as follows:
Entering the high-tech era, a few online forms can be completed by members and guests of Trinity. A Membership Information Form (online) can be completed by prospective members when they are ready to join in membership. A Guest Information Form can be completed online by guests and visitors to Trinity. This form duplicates the Sunday bulletin insert which guests/visitors may complete and place in the offering plate.
Much of Trinity’s work is performed by dedicated volunteers. We ask all members to become familiar with the functions of our standing committees and respond with your interests by completing the online form Committee Interests.
All members are encouraged to become website subscribers. To become a subscriber it is necessary to enter your own email address where shown. An email is sent to that address which allows you to “confirm” that subscription. After this confirmation, the address is shown as a special icon with subscribers, – without other identification. When the Trinity Times or other church events are posted to the website, the information is sent automatically to all subscribers. Reading the Trinity Times on the website bypasses the costs of printing and distribution.
Trinity’s only calendar is the one on the website. They may be shown by the day, week, or month. Recurring events are listed automatically from week to week or month to month. The events posted in the right column of each page are generated automatically by the church calendar on the website.
The picture directory on the website requires a password to open. It is maintained independently of the website, and is located at http://instantchurchdirectory.com. Unlike the print edition, the directory may be viewed directly by members and administrators alike. This provides an always up-to-date copy for those with internet access.
Membership and Evangelism Committee