To bring glory to God by building up and equipping the Body of Christ at Trinity for living out the Gospel in every facet of life.
We hope you all have a wonderful time sharing Thanksgiving with family and friends. We also encourage you to be intentional to spend some time alone or with others thanking God for His faithfulness.
We encourage you to use the insert in your worship guide on Sunday, November 19, as a reminder to spend some time reflecting on things you would like to praise God for this Thanksgiving. This insert also includes some stories and prayers that you may enjoy reading as part of your time around your table this Thanksgiving. We have also made a digital version of the insert available here.
We hope you’ll use this Thanksgiving (and every day!) to remember and thank God for His great faithfulness! And do this with others! You will be blessed!
“You have multiplied, O Lord my God, Your wondrous deeds and Your thoughts toward us; none can compare with You! I will proclaim and tell of them, yet they are more than can be told.” Psalm 40:5
During his message on Sunday, November 12, Pastor Chuck made mention of some resources that may be helpful to you in praying for all that is happening in the Middle East.
The Essential Church
We praise God for the 200+ people from our church family who attended the special film screening of The Essential Church on Sunday evening, November 5. This documentary tells the story of three pastors who risked imprisonment to keep their churches open during the Covid-19 pandemic and outlines the historical and theological case that Christ is Head of the Church. For more info about this film, visit essentialchurchmovie.com.
Following the film, Pastor Chuck shared about Grace Community Church’s statement, “Christ, not Caesar, Is Head of the Church: A Biblical Case for the Church’s Duty to Remain Open.” If you are interested in reading this statement, click here.