Sunday Worship

Traditional Worship 8:30am | Coffee Hour 9:30am | Soul Encounter Worship 10:30am
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Welcome to Trinity Church!

We are part of the mainline Protestant church and are a congregation of the United Church of Christ.

We celebrate a great deal of diversity in terms of theological beliefs and social values. We are welcoming, we are affirming and will not judge you for who you are or how you think.

We are liberal and conservative, moderate and mainstream, progressive and traditional. We stress individual experiences of the presence of God in our world over doctrine. We are tolerant and respect the beliefs and faiths of all people.

 

Our Mission

That All may know the Love of Jesus Christ through heartfelt worship and faith development while celebrating the presence of God in the World today

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Who we are

Trinity is a vibrant, caring community of faith that values children’s and youth ministry, care for the elderly, Bible study and creative and visually exciting worship.

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Community Life

Trinity is committed to being a partner in the community to address poverty issues and be a voice in the struggle for justice, harmony and quality of lives of families in the region.

Worship ministry

Two weekly worship opportunities are offered at Trinity. There is not a dress code, we are comfortable with you coming the way you are.

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Giving

Our congregation members give is many ways including volunteering their time, talents and sharing monetary gifts.

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Education &Fellowship

Trinity offers many opportunities to learn, grow and participate in our faith community.

Contact

Check below for all of our contact information. We’d love to connect.

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Dear Friends,

We are all painfully aware that we are living in a deeply divided, fiercely tribal time in America.  I will go on record—I DON”T LIKE IT!  What unites us strengthens us, what divides us weakens us. Ultimately it is God and his love that unites us. That my friends is a better thing to focus on than the headline news being pumped out in the 24 hour news cycle.

November has always been a favorite time for me because we all try to focus on gratitude. Melody Beattie wrote:  “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life… It makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.  In other words gratitude is the context in which we frame life and love.  If in November we focus a little longer on our blessings, it will be a good month.  If in November we think a little more about the people we love and the impact they have had on our lives, it will be a good month.  If we pause our frenetic lives long enough to thank God for all that we have and all that we are, November will be a good month.

”May we Not Keep our blessings but give them away.” 

~ Thom Shuman

Thom Shuman reminds us that Blessings are magnified when we share them with others.  Gratitude is multiplied when we spread it around.  Life is fragile and transient and short. This one life we have is to be cherished, celebrated and lived to the fullest.  We can’t do that when we stifle or neglect gratitude. Robert Emmons, one of the world’s leading researchers on gratitude summarized research on the effects of gratitude on heart patients:  “Gratitude drives out toxic emotions of resentment, anger, and envy and may be associated with long-term emotional and physical health in transplant recipients.”  In Philippians 1:3 Paul wrote, “When I think about you, I give thanks.”  In this highly tribal time a little gratitude can make all the difference.  As we make our way to the Thanksgiving holiday, I invite us to remember to not only be grateful but to share gratitude and love with the world around us.

Faithfully,

Pastor Tim

Dear Friends,

We are all painfully aware that we are living in a deeply divided, fiercely tribal time in America. I will go on record—I DON”T LIKE IT! What unites us strengthens us, what divides us weakens us. Ultimately it is God and his love that unites us. That my friends is a better thing to focus on than the headline news being pumped out in the 24 hour news cycle.

November has always been a favorite time for me because we all try to focus on gratitude. Melody Beattie wrote: “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life… It makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow. In other words gratitude is the context in which we frame life and love. If in November we focus a little longer on our blessings, it will be a good month. If in November we think a little more about the people we love and the impact they have had on our lives, it will be a good month. If we pause our frenetic lives long enough to thank God for all that we have and all that we are, November will be a good month.

”May we Not Keep our blessings but give them away.”

~ Thom Shuman

Thom Shuman reminds us that Blessings are magnified when we share them with others. Gratitude is multiplied when we spread it around. Life is fragile and transient and short. This one life we have is to be cherished, celebrated and lived to the fullest. We can’t do that when we stifle or neglect gratitude. Robert Emmons, one of the world’s leading researchers on gratitude summarized research on the effects of gratitude on heart patients: “Gratitude drives out toxic emotions of resentment, anger, and envy and may be associated with long-term emotional and physical health in transplant recipients.” In Philippians 1:3 Paul wrote, “When I think about you, I give thanks.” In this highly tribal time a little gratitude can make all the difference. As we make our way to the Thanksgiving holiday, I invite us to remember to not only be grateful but to share gratitude and love with the world around us.

Faithfully,

Pastor Tim
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