Trinity Fellowship exists to herald the glory of God over all creation. By God's grace, we desire to be a warm and welcoming church family. Our aim is to be marked by a healthy recognition of the wideness of God's Kingdom while at the same time be unwavering and unapologetic in our commitment to the absolute authority, inerrancy, and sufficiency of Scripture.
Recognizing the history and unity of the church means that we affirm the ancient ecumenical creeds of the early church (The Apostle's Creed, The Nicene Creed, and the Chalcedonian Creed). Recognizing the need for further clarity means that we affirm the 1689 London Baptist Confession as our doctrinal standard. While subservient to Scripture, we believe it to be an accurate summary of biblical doctrine.
All those who desire a church family that is warm and welcoming, with teaching that is clear and biblical, are welcome to worship with us.
Click here for the 1689 London Baptist Confession.
Matt Plett is the pastor of Trinity Fellowship. Having been involved in church leadership, teaching, and preaching for a number of years, he accepted the call to serve as founding pastor at Trinity in spring of 2022. Matt completed his Masters of Theology at Whitefield Theological Seminary. He has a passion for the glory of God to be seen as central in every sphere of life, and to create an appetite in Christians to know what they believe and why they believe it. He is adjunct instructor of Apologetics & Ethics at a regional Bible college, and continues to enjoy reading and being a student of history, theology, and pastoral care. As a bi-vocational minister, Matt and his wife Tanya, as well as their three children, own and operate their family dairy farm.
Tim Meinen was raised in a reformed church and grew up studying the creeds, confessions and catechisms as a child. He is married to Inge, and together they raise their six children on a small dairy farm just outside Landmark. He and his wife believe that Christian education is an important part of raising their children. He has eight years of Christian school board experience and sees that as an asset in his leadership role at the local fire department and as an elder at Trinity Fellowship. During his farm chores he enjoys listening to podcasts and sermons. He sees his role as an Elder for Trinity Fellowship as a privilege to grow together in unity, with likeminded believers, in bringing the gospel message to a hungry community. To God be all the glory.
Don Doerksen has been involved in various forms of public ministry for over 30 years. He has been involved in singing in various groups, served as a song and worship leader, and as a deacon for 16 years. Don is also a southern gospel soloist with three recordings and enjoys sharing the gospel in song, encouraging and challenging his hearers with the truth of God’s word. Don and his wife Val have four children and operate their family farm consisting of grain, chickens, and beef cattle with an RV storage business on the side.
Ray Hiebert was raised attending a small rural evangelical church in Manitoba. This started the shaping of his Christian world view and gave him a desire to be involved in a variety of ministries, including a one year volunteer term with the Mennonite Disaster Service. Recognizing the need to build one's life on a solid foundation (Isaiah 28:16, 1 Corinthians 3:10-11), he counts it a privilege to serve as an elder at Trinity Fellowship to encourage others to grow in their faith. Ray is married to Audrey and together with their two children they operate a mixed farm in southeast Manitoba consisting of poultry and grain.