A complete list of our Lenten and Easter offerings.
Join us for food, fun and fellowship! The menu for March 29 is brown sugar glazed ham, cornbread stuffing, mixed vegetables, dinner rolls, salad, soup, and dessert. Gluten free/dairy free options are available. The kitchen will be open from 5 - 6:30pm. Adult meals are 7, children 6 and up are 3, 0-5 eat free with a 25 family cap.
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Sonlight Youth Choir and Band will be holding a Car Wash Fundraiser on April 1 from 8am-12pm in the Education building parking lot to raise money for our upcoming summer tour in Gainesville and Jamaica.
Family Promise’s 3rd Annual Bed Race will be held on April 1, from 9am – 12pm in front of the Worship Center. Please come out to this important fundraiser and have lots of fun (we also need volunteers, sign up here)! Support Trinity’s two teams, the Green Team and the Marriage and More Class team, by making a donation. You may donate online (Green Team | Marriage & More), or make your tax deductible checks payable to: Family Promise of Gainesville and be sure to put one of the Trinity Teams on the memo line. Trinity’s beds will be on display in front of the sanctuary on March 19 and March 26. Volunteers will be available to take your donations at that time, or you may leave them at the reception desk in the Education Building. Family Promise serves homeless children and their families. Trinity has been active in this program since 1998, serving as a host congregation and providing financial support to the program.
Wednesday, April 5 from 5:30-7:30pm in the Worship Center to help package 30k meals. We will be shipping the food to Allen Sowers, a Missionary in Honduras. They have 146 locations throughout Honduras and feed 14k meals a week. Because this will take the place of Wednesday Night Dinner, we will be providing pizza.
June 24 - July 4, 2017
Ministry: Youth Construction, Evangelism
May 1, 2017
July 15 - 22, 2017
Ministry: Construction, Youth
Come to Appalachia this summer with Trinity to make homes warmer, safer, and drier. You’ll return home stronger, wiser, and closer to God. Appalachia Service Project provides one of the most rewarding structured service opportunities in the nation. When you arrive for your week of service, you’ll be housed in one of ASP’s several base camps — often a school or community center rented for the summer to put you closer to Appalachia’s remote communities. Your group will receive all the tools, construction materials and supervision they need to be productive, and plenty of opportunities for worship and reflection. But ASP is more than a building program — it’s a relationship ministry. You will spend a lot of time interacting with the family that you are assigned to serve. You’ll forge friendships that will impact you for the rest of your life.
April 9, 2017
July 15-22, 2017
Ministry: Construction, Evangelism
Porch de Salomon will host as we work in Panajachel. There is a year-round humanitarian relief to the indigenous villagers: food, clean water, medicine, local jobs, and school scholarships. The focus of this trip will be to build a home for a family in need.
May 1, 2017
Volunteer registration is now open for VBS. Volunteers may also register their children at the same time which guarantees them a spot. Online registration for everyone else will begin April 3. This year's theme is “Hero Central-Discover Your Strength in God” and will be held June 5-9 from 9am-12pm for children entering Kindergarten through 6th grade.
Sundays from May 7 - June 18 at 3pm in 232. This Disciple's Path course will help you grow in your understanding of what it means to be a disciple and learn more about how to get plugged into the life of the church. Persons who complete the course and are ready to make a commitment will have an opportunity to join upon completion.
All are welcome to participate in A Disciple's Path Membership Class. If you are already a Trinity Member who would like to participate in this study, class materials will be 15.
Wednesday, March 29 - May 3 from 6:30 - 7:30pm in Room 211. Led by Jean Evans, the Bible Basics course will allow you to begin your journey in becoming more familiar with your Bible as well as growing in your faith. There is no cost for this course. Space is limited. A minimum of 8 and a maximum of 12 participants.
(Wednesdays, March 8 - 29, 6:30-7:30pm, E222). Fasting has been called the forgotten spiritual discipline. Although it is found throughout Scripture, it is often neglected by modern Christians. Is there power in fasting? Does it really make a difference? How does fasting relate to prayer? In this study, the author, Ashlee Alley considers the biblical basis for fasting and explores ways modern Christians can make this ancient discipline part of their faith walk. Led by Jan Sims. Class materials are 10 and available on the first day of class or the Bookstore. Childcare is available.