Kids Church (for Kindergarten through 5th grade) will begin on Sunday mornings starting in January!
Kindergarteners through 5th graders will meet as a large group in the Mastin Room. After our large group time, we will break out into four small groups (kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd/3rd grades, and 4th/5th grades) for further discussion and activities. Parents pick up kids in the Mastin Room.
Kids will begin in the worship service. After the Pastor calls the kids forward for a blessing, kids will be escorted to the Mastin Room for Kids Church. Parents will pick up kids in the Mastin Room.
Sign up to Serve
We are looking for adults and teens to serve in our kids ministry! If you are interested, follow these links to sign up!
Trinity United Methodist Women present: Holy, Bold Women Carry the Light The Leadership of Women in the Lenten Story
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 – 10:15 AM in the Chapel
Guest Speaker: Rev. Hung Su Lim
Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. A Special Offering will support women, children and youth in local communities around the world. Covered Dish Lunch following service in Trinity Hall. Bring a dish to share as we celebrate this special Lenten season.
Board Meeting at 9:00 AM in Room 323.
Trinity’s UMW 2019-2020 theme is Let Your Light Shine: Ignited for Justice.
A diverse, 16-member group of United Methodist bishops and other leaders has offered a proposal that would preserve The United Methodist Church while allowing traditionalist-minded congregations to form a new denomination. The separating group would get $25 million in United Methodist funds and would keep its local church properties.
The United Methodist News Service published the following article on January 3 regarding a separation plan for the denomination.
An unofficial group of representatives from various United Methodist advocacy groups and bishops from across the world has agreed on a proposal that would provide a pathway for separation of churches or annual conferences that wish to leave the denomination to start a new denomination(s), but only if approved by the United Methodist General Conference in May. Read more about this proposal and others coming before the General Conference at the link below. United Methodist News will conduct a live-streamed interview with a panel of group members at 9:30 a.m. ET on Jan. 13 on www.UMNews.org.
Trinity launched a new Swahili and French language Service at 12:30 PM on January 5. The service will be followed by an ESL class. Our African brothers and sisters are also having a Saturday Prayer meeting at Trinity. Praise God for this new Outreach. Experience the joy!
Come join the members of Trinity’s Lay Ministry Visitation Team on Tuesday, March 24 at Cedarfield, beginning at 3:30 PM. We will meet in the Great Room in the Health Care Center. We will have wonderful music, refreshments, communion and – most importantly – opportunities to fellowship with our members who reside at Cedarfield. If you would like to volunteer at this event, contact Judy Oguich at email@example.com.