In light of COVID-19, all in-person ministries are suspended. Sunday worship will be livestreamed beginning at 10a. We continue to develop ways for us to maintain life together while apart. You can find those helpful resources and scheduled events here.
News & Updates
March 29, 2020
The Trinity Blog launches today! Read about it here and consider making a submission.
Looking for ways to serve our community? Purchase a gift card for Adams Elementary families through our matching challenge! Read more here.
New ways to connect with one another online are being posted to our calendar. Check it out here.
Discipleship resources including music, devotionals, and activities for kids are available on our website, including a weekly Children’s Church lesson. Check out the “Resources” tab on our website.
March 23, 2020
As the economic impact of the health crisis deepens, the deacons need to know about needs in our congregation and among our neighbors. You can help by making us aware of any current or or impending needs either for yourself or others.
March 17, 2020
Dear Trinity Family,
Several updates regarding our life and ministry together.
First, due to the latest gathering restrictions and quarantine recommendations implemented by the City and County, we are suspending corporate worship until such restrictions are lifted by authorities. This obviously brings us deep sadness. Our worshipping life is precious, not only to the Lord, but also to us as His people, and we look forward to once again gathering “in the flesh.”
In lieu of physically gathering, we will offer a livestream of our typical liturgy beginning this Sunday, March 22, at 10am.
The Livestream will be available on our Facebook page and our website. Please also download the Trinity Church App (and turn on “notifications”) for the latest church updates. We will also post to the website, social media platforms, and send congregational emails. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Second, Trinity staff are actively working on a plan to provide shepherding and discipleship via digital media beginning next week. Stay tuned. In the meantime, we encourage you to remain in prayer, in the Scriptures, and devoted to “meeting” with one another online to the best of your ability. Many Community Groups have continued meeting via ZOOM to great effect. We’re hopeful that such technologies, though not ideal, will serve us well during this unusual season of ministry.
Lastly, please let us know how we can serve you, as well as your neighbors. We realize the COVID-19 crisis has caused broad, rippling effects that impact our working lives, financial markets, and schooling. The church is present to support you and others to the best of our ability. Please contact the deacons if you have emerging needs (email@example.com). It would be a joy to serve you.
Above all, we know Christ remains on the throne.
We rejoice in a King who already has the victory over Satan, sin, and death itself. We certainly lament this disease, but not as those without hope. Faith, hope, and love are ours in the gospel. Let’s be bold in these glorious truths.
Grace to you,