Trinity Presbyterian Church was organized in 1960. When it was determined that there was a need for a Presbyterian church in the northeast section of Denton, members of St. Andrew Presbyterian Church volunteered to colonize a new church. Most of the fifty-eight charter members came from St. Andrew to begin Trinity Presbyterian Church. The first worship service was held at Jack Schmitz Chapel, and church school classes were held across the street in the Eleanor Green Dance Studio, but later moved to a "coffee house" with a bizarre decor that required many hours of renovation and redecoration. In September of 1961 the congregation moved into the first unit (former fellowship hall and educational wing) which was designed by architect-member Roland Laney at the present site - 2200 Bell Avenue.
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