Worship

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Trinity United Worship Services

SUNDAY SERVICE

You are warmly invited to join us for worship every Sunday morning at 10 am.  Rev. Scott Beckett, Music Director Carole Falconer, the wonderful Trinity choir and other members of the congregation lead worship that is slightly informal, very welcoming, and always interesting. Trinity is wheelchair accessible and we offer assistive audio devices for people with hearing impairments. You are invited to stay after the service for some refreshments and snacks and Christian fellowship with other visitors and members of the congregation.

We look forward to meeting you in the near future!

 

SUNDAY SCHOOL

Sunday School lessons are designed to follow the weekly message of worship service. We work to share the message that we are all God’s children and that God truly loves everyone. Each week we have fun learning the lessons through various activities including arts & crafts, music & videos, worksheets, cooking and more! We offer different teachings to accommodate a wide age range of children and we welcome any child to participate in Sunday School.  To see what we have been up to, join us for our weekly Sunday service at 10am where your children can enjoy Sunday School and you can see photos and works posted in the narthex and fellowship hall. Please go to our Youth Ministry page for more information.

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Virtual Prayer Service

Every Wednesday at 7 pm, Rev. Scott offers a virtual prayer service on Zoom. To join you only need to log in to:  https://zoom.us/j/94423294225

 

 

 


WOOD WIDE WEB BIBLE STUDY

In WWW, each week a bible reading and questions will be paired with “secular” resources (available for free online) to see if they can illuminate one another.
The best part is, unlike school, you never have to do all of the readings. Engage with the weeks and the resources that interest you.
Discussion can take place in the comments under that week’s video, or you may choose to reflect on the readings privately.

Expect a new reading and new questions each week.

*Wood Wide Web ? No not a typo, it’s a name for the underground networks trees have in forests to pass information and nutrients to each other. If the bible is one tree and other media are other trees, this study is discovering the links between them.