At Trinity, we put a high priority on the Bible. We have a passion for the gospel of Jesus Christ to change our lives and those around us in the Texas Hill Country. Our mission as a church is to "Proclaim Jesus as the way, the truth, and the life." We do this through:
1. Kingdom Living (Matthew 5:1-12)—We endeavor to live with humility and a courageous commitment to Christ. We recognize that we are sinners and model repentance in our daily living that we might reflect the priorities of God’s kingdom consistent with being followers of Christ.
2. Healthy Relationships (Ephesians 4:25-32)—We believe that our lives should be marked by trust, integrity, and transparency. The end result will be a community of people reconciled to each other and to God. By relating in a healthy manner with each other, with the Boerne community, and with God, we will give him glory.
3. Authentic Worship (Isaiah 6:1-8)—Our worship is passionate and involves fervent participation. We are mindful of God’s presence and that worship is our primary calling. All of life is an offering of worship to our worthy God.
4. Christ-centered Teaching and Preaching (Romans 8:1-8)—Our aim in teaching and preaching is to point to the sufficiency of Christ in salvation and sanctification. We desire the practical outworking and application of Scriptural truth rather than merely the accumulation of information. We see a difference in knowing God and knowing about God.
5. Community Outreach (Acts 17:22-34)—We communicate the life transforming truth of the gospel to any who will listen so that the church’s demographics reflect the community God has called us to serve. We engage in outreach that is understandable and we trust for God’s Spirit to move in the hearts of those who hear. We initiate into the messiness of life with love and mercy rather than foster a come and see mentality.
We work toward this mission in the strength that God provides through living and proclaiming the transforming message of the gospel. The gospel is not about "doing better" or "being nicer," but that sinners are forgiven and accepted by God only through the work of Christ on the cross. If we trust in Christ we are given a whole new life and the object of our worship is changed.
The gospel is the good news of salvation and also the power for living life with changed affections. As we rely on God's grace and embrace the gospel, every area of our life is affected. Transformation can be seen in our relationships, careers, and community.