Trinity Presbyterian Church
This new church in the Rochester community is a woodstick framed structure. The exterior is James Hardie fiber cement siding with a combination of shingles and EPDM roofing, an extremely durable, synthetic, single-ply rubber membrane that doesn’t pollute run-off rainwater.
The sanctuary seats approximately 350 people and includes a unique enclosed mothers’ room. There are six classrooms, spacious bathrooms, offices, nursery, kitchen, and storage space. An extra set of windows was added during construction that allowed for additional natural light and a view to the trees on the north side of the property.
About 17 years after the 20-acre land purchase on Viola Road, the new Trinity Presbyterian Church was a dream that finally became a reality. The first service was held Sunday, July 14, 2013 at the church.