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Kingdom Kids Home Connection

Each week our Kids Connection teachers (for age 4 through grade 2) will provide parents with a “Home Connection” to help them follow up and reinforce that Sunday’s lesson. Here are the current/recent Home Connections. Home Connection 10-10-21 Home Connection 10-3-21 Home Connection 9-26-21 Home Connection 9-19-21 Ten Commandments theme song

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Worship Links for October 17

For our live stream on Sunday you can watch here at 10:00. Notes for the message are available here. (posted by Saturday afternoon) If you can’t make it during those times, the replay will be available here on our website, as usual.

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September 12 — virtual service only

As a precaution after a recent COVID outbreak in the church family, we will not have an in-person worship service on Sunday, Sept. 12, while affected families complete their necessary quarantine and isolation protocols. We will air a virtual worship service at 10:00 on Sunday at this link (on YouTube). You can download the fill-in-the-blank sermon notes […]

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No Services September 5

We’re canceling all scheduled activities for Sunday, September 5 as a precaution after a recent outbreak of COVID transmission within the community.

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New Summer Sermon Series

On July 18 Pastor Doug Dean will introduce a new series of messages from the Old Testament book of Jonah. You’ve heard about the big fish, but there’s a much bigger message behind the familiar account at sea. Join us in person or online for the rest of the summer as we explore what God […]

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Annual Vote June 6

On Sunday, June 6, members of Trinity Bible Church will have the opportunity to confirm the nominations of each of the following church leaders, requiring at least a 75% “yes” vote of those who return a ballot: Phil Sprunger – 3 year term as elder Scott Blasingame — 3 year term as deacon Paul (PJ) […]

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Cross Training: Preparing for Easter

We’ve had to suspend our adult Cross Training classes on Sundays during the pandemic, but we’re offering a limited-enrollment, socially-distanced, in-person class for the 5 weeks leading up to Easter. Led by Tom Brown, the group will meet in one of our new classrooms between the two morning worship services — approximately 10:20 to 10:50. […]

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Virtual Christmas Eve Service

This will be the first Christmas Eve in many years that we’re unable to gather at Trinity with our families, friends, neighbors, and one another for our traditional “lessons and carols” service. Backed by choirs and a band, with candles at the ready for Silent Night, we have annually appreciated singing the familiar songs about the […]

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Gathering During COVID: How It Works

After going all-virtual for a couple of months at the outset of the pandemic, in June we started gathering again in person on Sunday mornings, following the guidelines and recommendations from the governor’s office. We removed half the chairs in the sanctuary so that we could achieve the 6-foot distancing protocols, and we started offering […]

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Staying Together As We Start to Regather

As we begin to slowly transition out of our COVID isolation and ease into some in-person gatherings on Sunday for worship and teaching, it’s important that we recognize and respect that not everyone will be coming at this from the same perspective. Here’s a section of a good article by Brett McCracken, titled Church, Don’t […]

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