Our History...

For several years, a young preacher named Vinton Williams had felt a burden for Fauquier County. It was in March 1973 under God’s leadership that he and his family moved to Warrenton to start a brand new church.  Together with a handful of families, they began meeting in the basement of the old Marshall National Bank and Trust building (now PNC bank).  Finally, on January 18, 1974 Trinity Baptist Church was officially organized.

As the congregation began to grow, more meeting space was required, so in the summer of 1975, Pastor Williams and the young congregation began to hold services at the P.B. Smith elementary school on Dumfries Road.  During this time, they began to seek the Lord's leading concerning the purchase of property of their own on which to build a church building.  December 13, 1974 marked the purchase of 5 acres of property centrally located in Fauquier County, 2 miles south of Warrenton, on US 29, a major north / south highway.  Construction of the church facility began early in 1976 and on January 16, 1977, the congregation held the first service in their brand new building.  (October 28, 1977, an additional five acres of adjacent property was purchased.)

From the beginning, it has been our first passion to fulfill Christ’s Great Commission to the church.  We praise the Lord for what He has allowed us to do for Him here in Warrenton.  Under Pastor Williams' leadership, we have experienced the blessing of seeing many souls saved and many other lives touched through the ministries the Lord has entrusted us with.

Over the years, Trinity has grown to a warm, friendly and thriving congregation and all of the glory belongs to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!  Indeed, as a church we all say together…


Upcoming Events

  • Oct19

    Couples' Activity

    Saturday, Oct 19, 2019

    Putt-Putt Golf - sponsored by the Committed Couples' Class - for all couples! (Time "t.b.a.")

  • Oct25

    Annual Faith Promise Missions Conference

    Friday - Sunday, Oct 25 - 27, 2019

  • Nov 3

    Eastern Standard time begins

    Sunday, Nov 3, 2019

    Set clocks back one hour before going to bed on Saturday night

  • Nov 5

    Eastern Standard time begins

    Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019

  • Nov16

    Teen Activity

    Saturday, Nov 16, 2019

    Go Carts - Manassas

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