A Church FamilyLoved by God, so that we can love God and love others in Jesus’ Name

Trinity Covenant Church is a multigenerational church seeking to be faithful to God in the metropolitan west of Boston through worship, witness, service and sincere community. We prioritize unity, grace, the authority of Scripture and Lordship of Jesus Christ.

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We are a community of ordinary people seeking to live out the radical good news of Jesus Christ both in the Boston area and around the world. Our community strives to be a place welcoming to people of all ages, especially those who don’t feel they have a place where they belong. Whether you are a professed Christian or a person with more questions than answers (or both!), we invite you to come to Trinity Covenant and experience our community’s attempt to worship God and live out the values of Jesus’ mission of serving people with love.Pastor Christopher Haydon

Trinity Covenant ChurchLearn More About Us and What We Believe

  • Where Are We Located?

    We are conveniently located at 7 Clematis Road in Lexington. We have members from the entire area including Arlingtron, Bedford and Waltham as well as other communities. Go To Map

  • Our Pastors

    Learn more about our pastors. Pastor Rev. Christopher Haydon was born and raised in Boston. He has a wonderful wife, Beth and are proud parents of four children. Lean More

  • Values and Beliefs That Drive Us

    Here at Trinity, we Love Radically, Listen Actively, Communicate Clearly, Live Graciously and Serve Generously. It is our Christian history and values. Learn More

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Trinity Covenant ChurchEvangelical, but not exclusive
Biblical, but not doctrinaire
Traditional, but not rigid