Sunday Worship: 9am Traditional, 11:11am Casual

Our History

Trinity Church was founded in 1888 in downtown New Albany, Indiana, as part of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  In 1952, the church purchased land on the outskirts of town at 2796 Charlestown Road.  The fellowship hall was completed in 1954, along with a small education wing, and served as the gathering place for worship until 1974.  With the merger of the Methodist Episcopal Church and the Evangelical United Brethren Church in 1968, Trinity became part of the United Methodist Church.  In 1974, construction on the new sanctuary was complete and we continue to worship in that space today.  In 1996, construction was complete on another educational wing with a gym and kitchen.  We presently have 360 members with approximately 200 worshipping on Sunday mornings at one of our two services and another 100 joining us online through livestreaming.