In the Beginning

Our sermon series for July is called In the Beginning: A Start at Gen. 1. During this time, we will look at the very beginning and the foundations that scripture is built on,… Continue reading

Famous Last Words

Our sermon series for June is called Famous Last Words. During this time, we will look at some of the famous last words of biblical characters, as well as give opportunities for Allyssa… Continue reading

Announcing the New Pastor

Dear Members and Friends: The Church Council of the Trinity United Methodist church is pleased to announce Bishop Gregory V. Palmer’s appointment of Pastor Justin McCall as the new pastor of our church… Continue reading

The Button Series

In life there are a lot of buttons. Some turn things on; others turn them off. Some can launch rockets; others can sink ships. Some make life easier; some can make life painful.… Continue reading

Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers with Pastor Joe   On Sunday, April 13th, we opened up the worship time for questions. People asked a variety of great questions, and I just wanted to take the… Continue reading

Moving Forward

Greetings Church Family, I was talking with a friend of mine, and they asked me how long I had been serving at Trinity. When I counted it up, I realized I am going… Continue reading

Easter 2014

Join us for our annual Easter services on Sunday, April 20th 6:30am – Sunrise Easter Service at Pontiac Park Join us at 6:30am to celebrate the Risen Christ, as we gather for worship and… Continue reading

Lent 2014

Who is this Man? by John Ortberg An Easter sermon series and Wednesday night bible study. Ash Wednesday: Wednesday, March 5th, 7:00pm  Wednesday Night Bible Study: 6:30pm starting March 12th Lent—“Who is this Man?”… Continue reading

Love and Marriage: A February Sermon Series

Falling into love is easy. Staying in love is something else entirely. In this new sermon series, Trinity will be looking at the nature of relationships. What does it look like to have… Continue reading

2013 Web Ministry, in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,000 times in… Continue reading