The Church Facility
The current building of Trinity Presbyterian Church of McKinney Texas became available for worship in 1991. The church facility was expanded in 1999 and again in 2010. Over the years, the TPC facility has provided space for a dedicated and imaginative staff to develop and lead varied and dynamic ministries.
The Great Hall is where the majority of our services take place. It has a capacity of 500 people and is easily accessible. It is located at the southwest corner of the building.
The newly renovated McCoy Chapel is a lovely space with stunning stained glass windows. It is used for memorial services, members’ weddings, and other special events and services.
Celebration Garden and Columbarium
This beautiful and serene courtyard includes a beautiful mosaic, fountain, prayer walk, garden, and shaded seating, as well as a columbarium. It is the perfect place for quiet reflection or to share a cup of coffee or meet with your small group.
The Columbarium is a permanent structure with niches or compartments designed to hold urns with the ashes of loved ones. It affords church members and their families the opportunity to have their final resting place in the shadow of the church, which has been a central part of their lives. The costs of cremation and a niche are significantly less than burial; it is also a more environmentally friendly option. Below is a list of documents regarding the Columbarium:
Our Great Hall converts into an indoor gymnasium available for rental and events. Furthermore, this area is used for various sporting events and to teach yoga classes. To inquire about this space, contact us below.
Eva Joplin Fellowship Hall
Eva Joplin Fellowship Hall, located at the center of our building, is often at the center of church activity. Usually, TPC members meet in Fellowship Hall to visit and enjoy a light breakfast between services on Sunday mornings. Additionally, during the week ministries and various fellowship activities take place in this area of the church. Eva Joplin generously gave the land on which the current building sits.
Good Earth Community Garden
The Good Earth Garden offers individuals the opportunity to lease an 8′ X 10′ plot in which to grow organic produce. It is sponsored by TPC’s Creation Care Team. We also have a large “sharing plot” where we grow vegetables for the Samaritan Inn, Collin County’s only homeless shelter. TPC is a certified Earth Care Congregation of the Presbyterian Church(USA).
For inquiries about the church facility, please use the form in the Contact page.