About Trinity Reformed Church Huntsville

About Us

Who We Are by Jason Cherry from the
Trinity Reformed Podcast

We are a Reformed, Evangelical church in Huntsville/Madison, AL that exists to honor God, love another, and serve our city.

We strive for worship that is reverent, vibrant, and joyful. Each week in worship we confess our sin, sing Psalms and hymns, pray, listen to the sermon, and receive communion. Our members love engaging each other both before and after worship, and we participate in one another’s lives during the week. We “seek the peace and prosperity of the city” (Jer. 29:7) where God has placed us by engaging in and supporting various ministries.

At Trinity, we have a special heart for our children. We strive to raise and guide them in traditional, biblical teaching, so that they may be in the world, but not of it.

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Parish Groups

At Trinity Reformed Church we are blessed to have members throughout multiple counties. In order to better serve the body, our session has chosen a practice that churches have used for centuries: organizing member households into smaller, geographical groups known as parishes. These parishes serve the body in a couple of ways. First, they give a natural connection to members who live close to one another (Proverbs 27:10). Secondly, they provide members with the spiritual oversight of an elder (Hebrews 13:17-18). Creating parishes simplifies the call to bless and serve one another while giving all members the pastoral care they need.  

  This is not to discourage gathering with those outside your parish – we rejoice in the opportunity to gather with saints both far and near. But hopefully it gives added opportunity to build relationships and receive encouragement from a nearby shepherd.  

If you don’t know what parish you are in, take a look at this map or contact us and we will be happy to help.  

Want to be involved in a parish? Identify your parish with the map above and email office@trinityreformedkirk.com to be added to the parish email list for notifications of events.

Fuddled Worship: Why Virtual Worship is no Substitute for In-Person Worship

American Christians of recent vintage are eager to live as if the fourth commandment no longer applies—adopting a Lord’s Day theology revolving around the question of how much activity Christians can get away with on any given Sunday. This has become the enabling doctrine for the notion that virtual worship is a sufficient substitute for in-person worship.

Leadership

Matthew Carpenter
Associate Pastor


Matt Carpenter taught history for fifteen years and has served in pastoral ministry for ten years. He is married to Amanda and they have four children: Phoebe, Simeon, Emmaline, and Olivia. In his spare time he enjoys cooking, reading, hiking, and fishing. 

David Francis
Ruling Elder

David Francis is a Huntsville native and a ruling elder at Trinity. Like the majority of HSV, he works in the defense contracting world: specifically, in navigating autonomous vehicles. He earned a PhD at Mississippi State University in mechanical engineering and also had his 3 children with his wife Emily in Starkville. He’s an amateur musician and enjoys building/designing things: from woodworking, to businesses, to churches.

Jason Cherry
Ruling Elder

Jason Cherry is an elder at Trinity Reformed Church, as well as a teacher and lecturer of literature, American history, and economics at Providence Classical School in Huntsville, Alabama. He graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary with an MA in Religion and is the author of the book The Culture of Conversionism and the History of the Altar Call, now available on Amazon. He is husband to Traci, who is proficient at blessing others, and father to Anily and Gaby, who are gifted in the art of laughter.

Larson Hicks

Ruling Elder

Larson and his wife, Bethany, have 6 children (number 7 is due in November!).  They were high school sweethearts in Texas and spent the first 10 years of their marriage in Moscow, ID, where Larson graduated from New St. Andrew’s College and Bethany from Washington State University.  Larson is the CEO of Sycamore Independent Physicians – a healthcare staffing company focused on Emergency Medicine.  

The Blog at Trinity Reformed Chruch

We believe Scripture speaks to all of life, which means, we need to speak truth into all of life.

Applying the truth of Christ to all of life is not for the individual alone, but for the church as a whole as pastors and elders lead the way. We use this blog to shepherd the flock by producing edifying content, addressing more issues than can be handled in a short exhortation or 25 minute sermon and to answer questions that we’ve received. 

Join us for worship

10:30 am at 183 Shelton Rd, Madison, AL 35758

What to expect

Each Lord’s Day God’s people are called into His presence, to worship Him in Spirit and truth. Because of Christ’s work on our behalf, we can come before Him, singing and praying with joy, reverence, and godly fear. After the call to worship, we confess our sins, confess our faith, hear God’s word read, listen to the sermon, receive the tithes and offerings, receive communion, and are commissioned to go out into the world and share God’s blessings.

At Trinity, you will hear the sound of little children in worship. We do have a place available to take infants and toddlers during the sermon, but we encourage parents to keep their children in worship as much as possible. We want our children to worship with us, because this is where we meet with God. We want our children to know the joy of a relationship with God; we want them to learn how to sing, pray, listen, and commune together with the Triune God. Covenant children are a heritage from the Lord and we are training them to stand up to God’s enemies (Psalm 127:3-5).

What we believe

WE ARE PROTESTANT, REFORMED, & EVANGELICAL

In a nutshell, that means that we believe in:

  1. Scripture: We believe that the Bible is absolutely true.
  2. Jesus: We believe that Christ died for our sins and is the only hope of salvation.
  3. Grace: We believe that God has given His grace to us freely.
  4. Faith: We believe that faith is the only way we can receive God’s free gift of grace.
  5. The Glory of God: We believe that God deserves all the glory for His works.

Denomination

Trinity Reformed Church is a mission church (plant) serving the greater Huntsville metro area of Alabama. Sponsor/Planting church: Trinity Presbyterian Church (CREC) in Birmingham, AL

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Trinity Reformed Church
Meeting: 183 Shelton Rd, Madison, AL 35758
Service is at 10:30am
Mailing: P.O. Box 174, Huntsville, AL 35804
Email: office@trinityreformedkirk.com
Phone: (256) 223-3920

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