Theologically rooted in the English Reformation (Anglican) and led by Justin Kastner, a pastor who’s also a professor (at K-State), Trinity Canton looks to God’s promises in the Bible while reaching out to others with embrace.
We are a purposefully informal church, with a focus on helping those who are lonely, ‘done’ with religion, or asking questions about faith and life purpose. To this end, TC is home to weekly (and life-giving) COx groups, which you can hear about via our “Voices of Trinity Canton” podcast series and read about here.
Trinity Canton (TC) church also gathers monthly on Saturday evenings (generally, on the first Saturday of the month) at 5:30pm for worship. We also meet monthly for prayer (generally the third Wednesday of the month, at 7pm) as a church. Due to COVID-19, our monthly gatherings, which have been typically convened on the KSU campus at Danforth Chapel, are now happening in-person (and outdoors) and sometimes online via Zoom. If you would like to receive regular updates on how to join our gatherings, send a quick note to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will provide the mtg details.
TC also routinely offers monthly prayer gatherings and practical courses on the Christian faith (Alpha), including the Alpha Youth Series, as well as marriage (i.e., the Marriage Course and the Marriage Preparation Course).