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Come Near

So many people want to know God or to be close to God - but aren't sure how that's even supposed to work. Leviticus - often thought to be a dry, dusty, boring old book - is written to tell us that God DOES want to be near to us AND God has made a way for that to happen! This series, based on Leviticus 1-7, teaches us how to understand and love God - and to experience His presence in our life in ways we never thought possible! 


As we study the book of Leviticus together, here are some resources that will help you get more from this series: 

together.

Jesus doesn’t just give us a new life. He gives us a new family. He asks us to do life together. Join us the next four weeks at Trinity as we take a closer look at how the Gospel changes our most significant relationships. We’ll be looking at: Husbands & Wives, Parents & Children, and Workers & Bosses. Join us Sunday mornings at 9am and 10:30am.

God Is ...

Dr. Paul Mpindi

June 24, 2018

Be Our Guest

“Be Our Guest” is a sermon series about Jesus, food, and the abundant life. Jesus came to earth eating and drinking with everyday people - as evidenced in dozens of stories! The meals Jesus ate, and the people with whom he chose to eat, are a window into his message of grace, the community he came to form, and his mission. This series will rekindle your passion for Jesus and challenge us all to practice radical hospitality for Jesus’ sake. 


I'm Glad You Asked

This series allowed for people to be able to ask the most challenging and common questions people are asking about faith today. We continued the service every week with a Q&R session after each service and have included those sessions in our archives.

 

April 8:      I’m Glad You Asked ... about Christians and intolerance

April 15:    I’m Glad You Asked ... about hellfire and brimstone

April 22:    I’m Glad You Asked ... about different religions

April 29:    I’m Glad You Asked ... about science and faith

May 6:       I’m Glad You Asked ... about our broken world

On the Road to Emmaus

Easter Sunday message

Surprised by Jesus

parables of new life