Trinity Baptist Church has experienced the Lord’s blessings here in Concord for over 30 years. We would be thrilled to have you join us in worship at one of our services. From our modern, well-staffed nursery to a vibrant Senior Saints’ ministry, there are opportunities to fellowship with fellow believers at every stage of life. We welcome you!
|Sunday||8:30* AM||Prayer and Choir|
|9:30* AM||Sunday Classes|
|5:30* PM||Sunday Evening Service|
|Wednesday||6:30* PM||Prayer and Bible Study|
*Services Interpreted into American Sign Language (ASL)
Questions regarding interpreted services and sign language classes can be emailed to:
We are located at 80 Clinton Street in Concord, NH.
Please call the church office at 603-225-3999 if you need more information, or email us at .
Brian has a love for communicating the Word of God. His passion is to accurately interpret the Scripture and emphasize practical life application. He is a natural leader and has a great ability to connect with people.
Brian serves our church family primarily through his gift of teaching. He also enjoys spending time with families and individuals through counseling and fellowship opportunities.
Joe’s genuine love for people is overshadowed only by a burning desire to see those people grow to know and love his Savior, Jesus Christ. Joe lives the gospel message and is passionate to see others active in sharing their faith.
With his warm smile and welcoming personality, Joe is a great fit for organizing our ministries of evangelism and outreach. He also oversees our Senior Saints’ Ministry, Care Ministries (hospital visits, new arrivals, and encouragement to those in need), and Hospitality Ministries such as greeters and ushers.
Pastor of Student Ministries
Our children are blessed to have a person who can connect with them in the way that Nate does. His relational ministry approach and magnetic personality create opportunities for discipleship in a relaxed, low-stress environment. And of course, his fun-loving, creative spirit makes for an exciting and unpredictable experience!
Nate serves as the Youth Pastor for middle school and high school and also provides pastoral oversight for all of our children’s ministries.
Excellent communication skills, his ability and love for connecting with and encouraging people, along with his fervency in serving the Lord all work together to provide Trinity Christian School staff and students with a wonderful educational experience. Mike leads with integrity while always demonstrating an enthusiastic visionary perspective.
Mike joined the Pastoral Team in 2013 and serves as Secondary Principal for Trinity Christian School.
Micah He is a multi-talented manager who has a love for teaching and sharing the Word of God. His strong work ethic and compassionate spirit demonstrate themselves in his dealings with people. Micah seeks to be Scripturally oriented and to demonstrate God’s wisdom and discernment in all areas of ministry. He also takes advantage of every opportunity to be involved in teaching and preaching.
Micah provides oversight for the facilities and security of Trinity Baptist Church. He also provides pastoral supervision for the various sports and recreational ministry opportunities offered through Trinity Baptist Church and Trinity Christian School.
Receiving by faith the Lord Jesus Christ and relying wholly on Him for our salvation, believing the Bible to be the divinely inspired, plenary, infallible, and authoritative Word of God, and knowing that all things should be done decently and in order, we do voluntarily band ourselves together as a body of immersed believers and adopt this constitution as a declaration of our faith and as the order of our operation. May it be to the glory of God.
We believe that God the Father is Father only to those who receive Jesus Christ as Savior; that He is perfect in holiness, infinite in wisdom, and measureless in power; that He concerns Himself mercifully in the affairs of men; that He hears and answers prayer; that He is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent; and that He is the object of our worship and praise. (Ps. 65:2; Ps. 139:1-24; Matt. 5:45; Ps. 147:5; Matt. 6:24-34; John 14:6; I Tim. 2:5).
God created man in His image, sinless and innocent. As a result of his disobedience, man incurred both physical and spiritual death. Men are universally sinful and will endure eternal punishment if not saved after the age of accountability. (Gen. 1:26, 27; 2:7-3:24; II Sam. 12:23; Ps. 51:5; Matt. 18:10-14; Rev. 20:14, 15).
Sin is the transgression of the law of God. We believe in the universality of sin; that it separates man from God; that there is no remission of sin apart from the shed blood of Jesus Christ the Son of God and man's repentance. (Ezek. 18:4; Luke 24:46, 47; Rom. 3:10-26; 6:23; 7:23, 24; I John 3:4).
We believe that the salvation of sinners is wholly of grace, a free gift of God in the Person of Jesus Christ; that salvation is received individually by a repentance from sin and a personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ; that through the mediatorial offices of the Son of God, who, by the appointment of the Father, freely took upon Himself our nature,yet without sin, He honored the divine law by His personal obedience, and by the shedding of His blood in death made a full and vicarious atonement for our sins. He is in every way an all-sufficient Savior.(John 1:12; Rom. 6:23; Eph. 2:8-9; Heb. 9:24-25; 10:19;12:24; I Peter 1:18-19; Rev. 1:5).
The establishment and continuation of local churches is clearly taught and defined in the New Testament. The church as an organization is an assembly of baptized believers, voluntarily associated by covenant in faith for fellowship, worship and service. Its mission is to spread the gospel to all men and to earnestly contend for the faith.
Its officers are a pastor and deacons whose qualifications, claims, and duties are clearly defined in the Scriptures. The local church has the absolute right of self-government free from the interference of hierarchy of individuals or organization, religious or governmental, and that its only superintendent is Christ. Scripture teaches that true churches should cooperate in contending for the faith and the furtherance of the gospel.
Each local church is the sole judge of the measure and methods of its cooperation. On all matters of membership, policy, government, discipline, and benevolence, the will of the local church is final (Matt. 28:18-20; Acts 14:27; I Cor. 3:9-17; 16:19; II Cor. 1:1; Gal. 1:2; I Tim. 3:1-13; Titus 1:5-11; Rev. 2:1-3:22).
Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and symbolizes the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It testifies to the transformation of the believer's heart: death to sin and resurrection to walk in newness of life. Baptism after salvation is an act of obedience and is a prerequisite for local church membership (Matt. 28:18-20; Rom. 6:4; Acts 2:41; 8:12, 26-39).
The Lord's Supper is a commemoration of the Lord's death to be observed until His return. The elements are only symbols of Jesus' broken body and shed blood, and our observance of it is a pictorial testimony of the believer's fellowship with the crucified Savior and should be preceded by solemn heart-searching and self-judgment (Matt. 26:26-30; I Cor. 10:16-21; 11:17-34).