Our Vision

Trinity Church Guam seeks to engage our U.S. military and island communities, 

and the world with the Good News of Jesus Christ

by bringing Gospel renewal to all areas of life.

Our Mission

Our mission is to make, equip, and deploy disciples who seek to bring spiritual, cultural, and relational renewal to our communities and the world through the faithful and loving proclamation of the Gospel and the intentional pursuit of life discipleship.

We seek to bring spiritual renewal to individuals and families through conversion and discipleship in the Word of God so that redeemed people live in submission to Jesus Christ and serve Him with their God-given gifts and talents in their church and vocation.

We seek to bring cultural renewal to our communities by deploying equipped believers to live in their God-ordained spheres of influence as redeemed people so that the Gospel will affect our cultures through loving concern for mercy, justice, and godly living for the glory of God and the good of our neighbors.

We seek to bring relational renewal to individuals and families through loving biblical friendship so that redeemed people experience the healing of broken relationships and the creation of new friendships as the family of God in community with each other.

Our Values

Theological - We believe the truth can only be found in the Word of God as the Holy Spirit moves upon our hearts to make known the revealed will of God.

Missional - We believe Christ calls all Christians to be Gospel missionaries in the immediate places He has providentially and sovereignly placed us in life by learning and interacting with our neighbors at home, work, the island, and the world.  Every place we walk is a place where the Gospel can be proclaimed, friendships established, and discipleship engaged.

Relational - We believe that people matter and that biblical friendship is the will of God for His people. We seek to reach out to all kinds of people of various socio, economic, and ethnic backgrounds in our communities and welcome them in the name of Jesus Christ.