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  • Goodbye and Hello

    We Say Good Bye to Travis Burdett After five years of faithful service, our Office Manager and Social Media Strategist Travis Burdett will be resigning effective 4/15/20. By giving up one of his four part-time jobs, he hopes to spend more time with his family and more time concentrating on meeting the requirements for ordination as a United Methodist Elder. ... Read More

  • Holy Week at Trinity

    Good Friday Tenebrae Service 7:00 pmJoin us tomorrow evening on Facebook Live as we remember Jesus’ long road to the cross. We will commemorate his journey through scripture and candlelight. Let us watch together as we contemplate how God’s love was expressed in Jesus’ suffering and death. Easter Sunday 11:00 amLet us celebrate the resurrection of Christ together Easter morning on ... Read More

  • New Trinity Podcast!

    Trinity Family, We are now posting all sermons as part of our Podcast series “Jane’s Most Excellent Church Adventure.” This is also the podcast where Pastor Jane will occasionally have special editions where she talks about what’s going on at Trinity and in the Methodist Church. If you already subscribe to the podcast, you will now start receiving the sermons ... Read More

  • Online Giving

    Trinity is already set up to accept donations electronically, using the Church Center app.   You can download and install this app on iOS and Android devices.  The first step is to identify Trinity as your church.  Follow the prompts and you will quickly see our logo appear near the top of the list. You can also access Church Center via ... Read More

  • The Altar

    Our altar is covered with a black cloth and blue stripes of material overflowing. This was initially done to honor fallen policeman in Rev.Jane’s first sermon in Lent.  It remains throughout Lent to represent the abuse and bruising that Jesus endured in his ministry until his sacrifice on the cross. It also represents the abuse and bruising each individual receives ... Read More

  • Worship and the COVID-19 Virus

    As you are aware, concerns about the COVID-19 virus have skyrocketed this week. As of today, we plan to go ahead with our regular worship service this Sunday at 11:00 am. We will be following common sense precautions to prevent the spread of the virus—for now please refrain from hugs and handshakes; we will be changing the way we do ... Read More

  • St. Patrick’s Day Potluck

    March 15 after Worship Join us after worship for a potluck meal to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!  Bring your favorite Irish themed dish and we will all have a great time!

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