Trinity Church
Saturday, November 27, 2021
Where Grace and Truth Meet

Our Story

Trinity Church is a Southern Baptist family located on Highway 52 East, Geneva, Alabama.  Gene Hauser is the pastor.  

Our Purpose
God planted Trinity Church in Geneva so that we can help our community come to know Jesus and become members of His family.  We strive to develop Christian maturity and to equip believers for service in His kingdom, so that God's name will be magnified!
Our Objectives
Trinity Church has as her objectives the following goals:
  • To praise God in prayer, in song, in studying the Bible, and in our lifestyle.  This is WORSHIP.
  • To minister in love to the spiritual, emotional, relational, and physical needs of people.  This is MINISTRY
  • To tell people who don't know Jesus about Jesus.  This is EVANGELISM
  • To teach people to become more like Jesus Christ in their thoughts, lives, and devotion.  This is DISCIPLESHIP
  • To bring others into God's family through baptism, relationships, and brotherly love.  This is FELLOWSHIP
At Trinity Church we recognize the necessity of faith in action.  So, in addition to the activities here at Church, we also are involved in local, state, and international missions.  We support the Geneva Baptist Association, Camp Victory, My Father's Closet, and other ongoing local missions.  We are involved in Alabama state missioins as well as other state's mission projects.  We are a contributing member of the Cooperative Program of teh Southern Baptist Convention and we contribute to the Annie Armstrong Easter offering for North American missions and to the Lottie Moon Christmas offering for International missions.  We have been involved in mission projects in Burma, Thailand, Jamaica, Haiti, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Belgium, Tunisia, central Asia, Wyoming, New Orleans, Mobile, St. Petersburg, FL, and Venezuala,
Please see Missions for more details about some of our ongoing projects.
The Trinity family first began meeting in 1997 in a home in downtown Geneva and soon located to the old Leddon Church building.  In 1999 the current property was secured, and the congregation met in portable buildings until completion of the first building in 2001.  The first meeting of 23 individuals has grown to an active fellowship of 250+ members.