Using our space

This page is about renting space in our community center. If you are interested in using our sanctuary, please email

A large part of the mission at First Trinity is to provide a safe place and a place of belonging for people from all walks of life, as outlined in our mission statement, as well as our affirmation of welcome.

We retain the right to refuse use of our space to any group or individual we deem as in contradiction with our mission of radical welcome and inclusion.

We receive many requests to use our Community Center Kitchen and our Auditorium for parties, meetings, and other events.  Please understand that our space is used by many community groups and events should be planned well in advance.

Community Center Kitchen

  • Fits up to 60 seated guests.
  • Tables and chairs included.

The Auditorium

  • Fits up to 100 standing guests.
  • Tables and chairs available.
All rentals must be approved by the church council, pending a signed rental agreement.
Guests are asked to respect the church and the community.
Rental Rates:

Community Center Rental Fees

The above fees include the setup and clean-up time listed on the Facilities Usage Request Form. Facility use time that exceeds the times agreed to on the Facilities Usage Request Form will be assessed at the Overtime Rate, or any part thereof. A deposit of 50% of total fees is due in order to reserve the space, remaining balance is due two weeks prior to event.

First Trinity reserves the right to revise fees at any time. 

Regardless of start time, all events must end by 11:00 p.m.

Interested in a rental?  Please contact

While we appreciate the creativity and enthusiasm that people put into the events that they have here at our community center we have had some requests that we just cannot agree to.  Equipment that is intended to be used outside like a bouncy houses, mechanical bulls, grills, pools, cannot be used in our building and may not be used in our parking lot.  Please speak to our staff before assuming that large equipment can be used here.