Our Story

How it all started...

Trinity Point began in 2007.  The church was originally planted under the name Wellspring Church.  Summit Heights Church was planted approximately twenty years ago.  Through God’s sovereignty Wellspring had no building with a core of people eager to reach others.  Summit Heights had a building and also desired to move forward.  The two churches merged and became Trinity Point Church in the current location in January of 2007(1938 Brushy Creek Rd, Easley 29642).  Our lead pastor, Tracy Turner, joined us in October of 2015.  We truly believe Jesus in the head of the Body the Church (Colossians 1).  We also believe He is building His Church.  With this focus we have seen the faithfulness of Christ and many lives transformed by the Gospel.  We believe that the best is yet to come!

Expanding the vision...

Expanding the vision of TPC is not the challenge. The challenge is
staying focused on God's Vision for His Church. We want to
reflect the heart of God for people. God's heart for people means
 no one is too far from having a radical heart change. The future
for TPC means staying focused on seeking God and reflecting
His heart to see more people understand His amazing Grace.

Where we are headed...

 Where were are headed is the extension of where we have been and where we are.  Making biblical disciples through relational environments means seeing more people in the future coming to the Gospel. It means more people (kids, middle schoolers, high schoolers, young adults, parents, grandparents) being introduced to the good news of Jesus and growing in grace of Christ and then investing in others.  This will mean new churches planted in the Pickens County and Anderson County areas as well as new churches planted across this state, nation, and the world.   

Be a part of our story...

Join us every Sunday as we gather to worship together a 9:30 am and 11 am.