Trinity Community Church is formally affiliated with the Assemblies of God, a "voluntary, cooperative fellowship" of Pentecostal churches born in the flames of revival near the turn of the last century. Formally convened in 1914, in Hot Springs, Arkansas, the fellowship has swelled to over 2.75 million adherents in about 12,500 churches across the United States, and over 50 million adherents in more than 210 other nations of the world.
While each Assemblies of God church is unique, from its personality and style of worship to its weekly schedule and choice of literature for study, they share a common faith and doctrine and a quasi-congregational form of government.
The headquarters of the General Council of the Assemblies of God is located in Springfield, Missouri, from which the national ministries and worldwide missions are directed.
The Assemblies of God is divided into 57 local districts. Ours is the Northern California-Nevada District, encompassing Northern California (from Fresno to the Oregon border) and the entire state of Nevada, is headquartered in Sacramento, California.
Trinity Community Church is part of the North Bay Section (Marin and Sonoma Counties) of the Assemblies of God.
Ever interested in promoting the genuine unity of the larger Church, Trinity has also been associated with a trans-denominational association of local pastors and churches in an ongoing effort to broaden the unity and influence of the Church in the community.