Trinity United Church of Christ © 2015

Serving Christ and the Westville Community

Since 1901


10AM  | Sunday

311 E. Moses Ave.   Westville, IL


Sunday Morning Worship, 10 a.m.—

a traditional-style liturgical service, with Communion on the first Sunday of the month.  

Special worship services to mark special times in the church calendar—

the Hanging of the Greens to begin Advent, Christmas Eve, Epiphany, Ash Wednesday, Holy Week and Easter, summer picnic and worship at Zamberletti Park, World Communion Sunday, All Saints’/All Souls’ Day, and more.   See Events for more information.

Community events—summer ice cream social, Coal Bucket Chili Supper in the fall, community Thanksgiving dinner, and more.  See Events for what will be happening soon.

Coffee hour fellowship and community celebrations following the worship service on the last Sunday of the month

Seasonal Bible studies and small-group studies on topics of interest—see Events for more information on the current offerings

Potluck dinners following the worship service on the second Sunday of the month, October-April

Service and mission projects for Westville and the world—

school supply collection for Judith Giacoma School, participant in the community-wide Trunk-or-Treat, hot dog lunch to benefit UNICEF, Holy Joe’s Café, contributor to the Westville Food Pantry, Christmas in July offering for Santas Anonymous, Holiday Mail for Troops collection site, shoe collection for Soles4Souls, and more.  Information about our current projects can be found under Events.


With roots in the Congregational Church, our decisions as a congregation are made by a church Council, elected from and by the church membership.  Areas of responsibility are divided among our designated committee and boards.  Members of the committees and boards are elected by the congregation as a whole.  While anyone may serve on a committee or board, only someone who is a formal member of the church may serve as chair or representative to Council.  Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend Council meetings, though only Council members have voice and vote.