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Trinity Traditional Worship Registration
We are delighted to be offering in-person worship once again! To keep our congregation - and our community - safe and healthy, we are asking that you preregister to attend each week's service to help us plan for social distancing.
Sanctuary – 11:00 AM
The registration process is simplest if you have a Realm account, but guest registrations are welcomed as well.
Please make sure to register each family member using the appropriate registration type (Adult, Child Under 5, Child Over 5) as this will help us to plan for your family.
You will be asked several questions as part of the registration process. If applicable, the answers to the questions can be copied to all family members.
If you experience difficulty with the registration process, please call the church office at 864-233-8114 for assistance.
Please park closest to the Welcome Center entrance.
Plan to enter the building through the Welcome Center. You will check in just inside the door, and there will be ushers available to help you with seating.
Please wear a mask inside the building at all times.
Children who are old enough to wear a mask may attend worship with their families, but no child care will be offered at this time.
Please remain 6 feet apart from all non-family members during the service.
Please use the link below to register for worship.
If you would like an invitation to Realm, please complete the form below:
I'd like an invitation to Realm!
Please fill out the form below to update your information, which will allow us to send you an invite to Realm. Each request will be reviewed by someone on staff prior to sending the invite. Thanks for your patience through the process! Please e-mail [email protected] if you have questions.
Note: Each adult in your family must have his or her own distinct email address; shared email addresses are not supported. This is a requirement of Realm to ensure we can connect and sign-in individually. If you don't have separate email accounts, we suggest setting up a free Gmail account and forwarding the email to your shared account.
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