Trammell Creek is a Southern Baptist church and member of the Russell Creek Baptist Association. We provide ministries to seekers and believers of all ages and life-stages. Come and share the joys of our Trammell Creek family!
10 AM: Sunday School
11 AM: Worship
6 PM: Evening Worship, Youth
6 PM: Bible Study, Youth
What is membership?
First, let’s discuss what membership is not. Church membership is not a means of salvation; we are saved by God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ, not by joining a church or some religious organization. Membership is not a requirement for worshipping at Trammell Creek. You are welcome to come worship with fellow believers, regardless of whether or not you are a member of our congregation.
So what is membership? As a Christian, when you repented and put your faith and trust in Jesus, you became a member of His kingdom. In that sense, you are a member of the universal church. In a practical sense, though, it is every Christian’s responsibility to gather with other Christians for worship, ministry, fellowship, and discipleship. There is no such thing as a “Lone Ranger” Christian. So find a local Bible-based congregation where you can use your God-given gifts and talents in ministry and mission, regardless of whether or not you officially “join” by membership. (See Romans 12:4-5, Hebrews 10:24-25, Ephesians 4:16, and 1 Timothy 3:15).
How to become a member of Trammell Creek
The Bible is clear that believers are to be baptized (Matthew 28:18-20, Acts 2:38, Acts 19:1-5, Galatians 3:27-28, etc.). “Baptism” comes from the Greek word baptizo, meaning to immerse or plunge; therefore, we believe that baptism should be by immersion in water. Baptism is not a means of salvation, but an outward expression identifying oneself as a follower of Christ. Consider it the first act of obedience as a Christian. Becoming a member of Trammell Creek is simple. A new believer must profess faith in Jesus Christ, be baptized, and request membership in our congregation. If a believer has already been baptized, it is not necessary to be re-baptized.