"God is our refuge and strength

an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore, we will not fear...

...HE SAYS, 'BE STILL, AND KNOW THAT I AM GOD; 

    I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.'
 The Lord Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress."
Psalm 46:1-2a, 10-11 (NIV)

COVID-19 UPDATE:
ALL INDOOR IN-PERSON CHURCH GATHERINGS (larger than 10 people) ARE CURRENTLY CANCELED THROUGH THE END OF the year.

How Can I Worship On Sundays?

Currently, our worship services are only being live-streamed on-line. We are working towards options to host in-person worship services but safety our God's people is our number one priority.
Online Services:
We have two options for worship:
1. Our 9 a.m. service is a traditional worship with hymns and organ music
2. The 10 a.m. service is shaped around a more modern worship style with band-led music
How Can I Serve?
We're inviting people to serve others in a variety of ways. These include food preparation, sending greeting cards, and delivering supplies to those who are staying home. Click the Icon to sign up to volunteer.
Trinity's ministry teams are organized around the Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations, which are focused on Radical Hospitality, Passionate Worship, Intentional Discipleship, and Risk-Taking Missions, and Extravagant Generosity.
How Can I Connect?
Invite. GROW. Send.
We Belong and Deepen Our Faith Most Effectively in Small Groups
Trinity has many opportunities for you to connect with others who are on the journey of faith. If you would like to connect with others, please let us know. We hope to start new groups on a regular basis.

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Click HERE to e-mail the church office and add your e-mail to the Weekly Newsletter update from Trinity.
How Can I Receive Help?
Trinity UMC has a "Give and Take" Outdoor Pantry now available at the North Entrance of the building (1556 Rex Drive).
Anyone is welcome to come and "take what you need" as well as "give what you can" to help each other during these difficult times!

If you, or someone you know is in need of assistance in these trying times, please contact us by filling out the form below. You, or the person in need of help, does not need to be directly connected to the church. We're currently offering help through meal delivery, pick-up/delivery of groceries, medications, or other items.


IF YOU WANT TO CONTINUE YOUR ATMOSPHERE OF WORSHIP, FEEL FREE TO CHECK OUT THE MUSIC PLAYLISTS
(AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE) as you search and listen for GOD'S VOICE IN THESE TRYING TIMES.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Red Cross BLOOD DRIVE

Thursday, December 11, 2020
2:00 - 7:00 p.m.

There is a critical need for blood & platelets! We have added another drive to help meet this need. Sign up today at www.redcrossblood.org
CLICK HERE to volunteer


Thursday, December 24

Journey to the Manger - 5:00-8:00 p.m.

We are creating an in-person opportunity for you to experience "The Journey" to the Manager. Between 5:00 - 8:00 PM, come and walk an outdoor path that reminds us of the journey that Mary and Joseph took to get to Bethlehem, where Jesus was born. The final stop of our journey will lead us into the sanctuary where you're invited to experience the manger scene, our final station on the journey.

For health reasons, we will have to limit the number of people we have onsite (and especially indoors) at any given time. We will follow the COVID-19 practices we have been using for gatherings, including social distancing, wearing face coverings and tracking attendance. We will provide more information after Thanksgiving about how to let us know when you plan to attend.

Candlelight Christmas Service - available anytime, all day

In addition to this live, in-person event, a pre-recorded Christmas Eve Service will be available on our website and Facebook Page for you to access anytime on Christmas Eve. It will be similar to our usual "Lessons and Carols" service and will include plenty of Christmas music and the telling of the biblical Christmas story.

"Silent Night" Zoom Call - 8:30 p.m.

Finally, we are inviting the congregation to participate in a Zoom call at 8:30 p.m. that evening, where we can sing Silent Night together with candles lit from your homes.
Sunday, December 20th at 7:00 PM

During Advent we celebrate the hope, love, joy, and peace. Our “Blue Christmas” service acknowledges and remembers who and what we've lost.
For the entire Advent season the small courtyard on the Crown Hill side of the building will feature a blue tree with an area for those who would like to sit in reflection and remembrance.

The Longest Night/Blue Christmas service will be held outdoors and we will follow the COVID practices we have been using for other outdoor gatherings.