Come and worship - 10am at the
Trinity Central Worship Services
Let’s encounter God together
Every Sunday we gather together to encounter God in worship and to be equipped and motivated for daily life in our workplaces, homes and neighbourhoods. There’s room for you! You are welcome to attend our 10am service in person at the Park Theatre (3440 Cambie Street, Vancouver), or attend online.
Sundays at Trinity Central
Let’s encounter God together
Every Sunday, the Trinity Central church family gathers together to encounter God in worship, and to be equipped and motivated for daily life in our workplaces, homes and neighbourhoods. There’s a seat waiting for you!
10:00 am Sunday morning service
Worship, teaching, ministry & suitable for kids
Doors open at 9:15 am to welcome you to this friendly community for vibrant, spirit-filled worship, great biblical teaching and ministry time.
1 – 11 years
Our vision is to see kids and families encounter Jesus together, exploring faith, enjoying the church and being equipped for life.
TRINITYKids activities run each week. Kids and families join in with the whole church for worship before the kids’ activities start.
When you arrive, head to the TRINITYKids check-in desk to register your children before the service.
We believe all kids are created in God’s image to be valued equally. We want to provide an environment where every child can encounter Jesus and explore faith, whatever their needs.
Please let us know by email if you need more information or are planning to visit on a Sunday. We would love to meet you and your kids, and make sure they get the best support.
12 – 18 years
Our vision is to create spaces where young people thrive. If you’re aged 11–18, we’d love for you to get involved. Most of the teens’ activities happen on Friday evenings, but they also have activities on a Sunday morning from time to time.
If you are a parent or carer of a young person with additional needs please contact us so we can work with you on how we best support them.
We meet at The Park Theatre 3440 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Z 2W8 in Mount Pleasant, an area South of downtown Vancouver.
The meeting starts at 10:00 am, and we finish by 12:00 pm.
We meet for prayer at 9:15am before the meeting, and enjoy coffee and tea together in the lobby after the meeting at 12pm. We’d love you to hang around and meet people!
A service typically lasts for approximately 120 minutes.
Typically there is 45 minutes of worship, a brief break followed by a 45 minute message.
At least 15 minutes before the service start time so you have time to park your car, check-in your kids to the kids program and find your seat.
Everyone! And if you are coming to Trinity Central alone or for the first time and would like someone to meet you please get in touch with us and we’ll arrange for that.
Children were important to Jesus and they’re important to us. We’re investing in our children and want to see them grow in faith and maturity. Most Sundays we have our TRINITYKids activities during the service for children aged one through eleven (Grade 6).
Your child’s safety is extremely important to us which is why all of our volunteers have current police checks. Your kids will love to be part of it so bring them along!
Yes! Please slide into the middle of the row so we can make room for everyone. Our friendly Welcome team are there to help you find a seat if you need help.
Come as you are. People typically dress casually.
Trinity Central church in Yaletown is well-connected to public transit – the nearest Skytrain station is King Edward on the Canada Line, connecting to central Richmond and Vancouver International Airport. If you’re coming from North Vancouver, just take the Seabus to Waterfront station and hop on the Skytrain.
There is ample street parking available on Cambie Street. Please note when parking on the streets around the theatre that there are strict 3-hour parking maximums.
Absolutely not! Everyone is welcome to attend church and there is no cost to attend. We provide an opportunity for those who consider Trinity Central their church to give a free-will offering as part of our service, but no one is ever under any compulsion to give.
Get in touch
How can we help? We’d love to find out how we can welcome you. If you need more information or have a question, please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.