Trinity is hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Saturday, October 5 from 11 am to 4 pm. Make an appointment on the Red Cross website (use our zip code 03273) or by calling 1-800-RED CROSS. Walk-ins are welcome if you don’t mind waiting a few minutes.
(from the Weird Herd Weekly to the TBC family, by Pastor Doug Dean) This summer Kim and I celebrated a milestone wedding anniversary with a once-in-a-lifetime 2-week, 3-river cruise in Europe. At one of our stops along the way — somewhere in southern Germany, I believe — as we walked along a narrow cobblestone street, […]
The general ministry budget for the upcoming fiscal year (begins July 1) has been set and is now available online. Members can view the details from our “Financial Stuff” page in the Church Family section of the website. (You may need to log into that section first.)
Trinity’s elders are pleased to announce the following nominations for the leadership positions of elder and deacon. The members of Trinity Bible Church will have the opportunity to confirm each of these with a vote after the worship service on Sunday, June 2. To be elected to their respective offices, each candidate needs a 75% […]
With the weather warming up and plenty of rain the past few weeks, the church lawn is growing, so we’re looking for volunteers to either take a ride or two on the lawn tractor and/or use the weed whacker to trim the perimeter of the building and the parking lot. A schedule for the whole […]
Have you noticed all those empty baby bottles in the foyer? Obviously somebody didn’t forget that many; they’re for the Care Net Pregnancy Center of Concord. Starting Mother’s Day weekend, please pick up a bottle, fill it with change, and return it by Father’s Day (Sunday, June 16th). The bottles are then given to Care […]
A new round of our Sunday morning equipping and training program for adults and teens begins on March 31. Check out the lineup of new classes available for the next session. You can also register right on that page.
This was originally published in the “Salt & Light” column of the Intertown Record. Naturally they were upset. The one that they had placed their trust in, the one that they called Rabbi and had given up everything to follow had just announced that he would be leaving them. And not only would he be leaving […]
Trinity is hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Saturday, February 23 from 11 am to 4 pm. Make an appointment on the Red Cross website (use our zip code 03273) or by calling 1-800-RED CROSS. Walk-ins are welcome if you don’t mind waiting a few minutes.
Many years ago a man was arrested by the local authorities even though he’d done nothing wrong. He was accused of treason, and at the time, treason was punishable by an excruciating death. When the local authorities’ actions were brought into question by the regional judge, their only response was, “If he wasn’t a criminal, […]
- Walking Worthy Together (Ephesians 4:1-6) by Doug Dean on Sep 15, 2019.
- Living as Disciples (Matthew 28:18-20) by Doug Dean on Sep 8, 2019.
- The Open Circle (Luke 14:1-24) by Mark Anderson on Aug 25, 2019.
- Trapped? (Luke 14:1-11) by Mark Anderson on Aug 18, 2019.
- 2 Kings 3 (2 Kings 3:1-20) by Nick Clark on Aug 11, 2019.