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Join us Sunday mornings to learn and worship! Sunday School begins at 9:15 am and Worship begins at 10:30 am.
Serve with Us
Mission of the Month: Red Bird Mission. Check out the upcoming mission opportunities page for more information.
Building. Growing. Connecting.
Small groups meet Sunday mornings and Monday evenings. All are welcome to join! Check out all the options on our Adult Ministry page.
October 22 at 9:15 am in the Friendship Room
Join us for a combined adult Sunday school. Learn more here.
Building. Connecting. Growing.
This fall, we’ll consider Stewardship a little differently as we focus on Building, Growing and Connecting.
Building Home Base
Throughout the month of September we’ll hear from members of Trinity’s Volunteer Maintenance Team. Trinity is blessed with a lovely, historic church building; but its value goes beyond the bricks. Our sanctuary commands a sense of majesty, keeping us mindful of how awesome our God is. Recent remodeling of our facilities has increased our opportunities for table fellowship allowing us to follow in the footsteps of Jesus’ open-table fellowship. Our long history (and earliest roots) means faith has been handed down – in word and deed – from one generation to the next in our current building and its predecessors for nearly 200 years!
Growth is what we hope for Trinity’s future. But growth requires generosity. Scripture challenges us to share our resources (our money, our time, our talents) so that others might experience God’s love and grace through the ministries we support.
Connecting is Caring
This summer we hosted Garden and Grills. This fall, new small groups will launch. Moving forward, we’ll continue to grow our opportunities to connect around the table – as Jesus did throughout his ministry – as we break bread, fellowship, learn and share together.
Did You Miss Sunday's Sermon?
Read all the sermons from previous Sunday's here. Want a quick sermon? Check out Pastor Tracey's 10 minute sermons on our YouTube channel.
Trinity's Honey-Do Jar List
I imagine most of us have heard of the “Honey Do Jar;” that imaginary jar holding the list of the requests we make of our spouses with regards to household tasks. Well, our church “household” also has many tasks that need to be done. More than a year ago Trinity transitioned from a paid staff maintenance position to a volunteer maintenance team. We now have about 5 gentlemen who assist with church repair tasks on a fairly regular basis. But our church is a big, beautiful, historic building with many on-going maintenance needs.
Our online “Trinity Honey-Do Jar" lists current maintenance needs: jobs that can be completed in a 1-2 hour framework on a flexible schedule with minimal skills and supplies. If you click on a link to volunteer for a task, Bob Lilly (our volunteer maintenance “team captain”) will follow-up with you by phone or email to insure you understand the task and have all necessary supplies. You will need to complete your task within two weeks of your sign-up date.
Read our representative's 2016 conference report here.
TRINITY IN THE NEWS:
In downtown Lafayette, fresh produce is just around the corner.
Our community garden was featured in this piece about community gardens in Lafayette.
Check out how one Trinity member is representing the best interest of children involved in the court system due to abuse or neglect here.
"Love Bug in a Bag" program at Trinity for Science Sunday
WLFI covered our Valentine's Day Bug in a Bag program. See it here.
Talk tackles questions about Muslims
The Journal and Courier covered the January 3 "Getting to Know Our Neighbors" talk. Check out their article here. Want some strategies for a Christian response to Islamaphobia? Check out this article. Want to know more about Islam and American Muslim experience? Check out this video.
"It’s a good time to worship, and to eat, and fellowship with one another..."
WLFI caught us again! Check out their coverage of the Fall Kick Off on Sunday, August 23.