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Preparations in light of Corona Virus/COVID-19

Email sent at 1pm on March 13, 2020. Executive Summary: a) 10am Worship continues with special preparation for communion. b)Love (not fear) leads us to sacrifice for the most vulnerable. c)Practice healthy self-care. To all Trinity Members, Attenders, and Guests, The Corona Virus/COVID-19 continues to impact ourworkplace, schools, community, and wider economy.This ...

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Community Group Questions | John 7.16-31 - Do you know the real Jesus? | Mar 8, 2020

Do you know the real Jesus? Rev. Scott Mitchell, Pastor of Community Formation God intends to change you by His Word. How is He at work in you to do that? Read the following passageand consider these questions. READ John 7:16-31(ESV) 16So Jesus answered them,"My teaching is not mine, but hiswho sent me.17If anyone's will is to do God'swill,he will know whether the tea...

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Community Group Questions | John 7.1-19 - When Jesus Isn't Your Superman | Mar 1, 2020

When Jesus Isn't Your Superman Rev. Scott Mitchell, Pastor of Community Formation God intends to change you by His Word. How is He at work in you to do that? Read the following passageand consider these questions. READ John 7:1-19(ESV) 1After this Jesus went about in Galilee. He would not go about in Judea, becausethe Jewswere seeking to kill him.2Nowthe Jews' Feast o...

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Community Group Questions | John 6:60-71 - The Words of Eternal Life | Feb 23, 2020

The Words of Eternal Life Rev. Blake Altman, Lead Pastor God intends to change you by His Word. How is He at work in you to do that? Read the following passageand consider these questions. READ John 6:60-71 (ESV) 60 When many of his disciples heard it, they said, "This is a hard saying; who can listen to it?" 61 But Jesus, knowing in himself that his disciples were gr...

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The Debate Over Lent - 2020

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There are good moments to practice fasting and confession of sin. Lent provides such a time if it can be used as a tool not a rule for your sanctification....

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Community Group Questions | John 6:41-59 - The Bread of Life | Feb 16, 2020

The Bread of Life Rev. Blake Altman, Lead Pastor God intends to change you by His Word. How is He at work in you to do that? Read the following passageand consider these questions. READ John 6:41-59(ESV) 41So the Jews grumbled about him, because he said,"I am the bread that came down from heaven."42They said,"Is not this Jesus,the son of Joseph, whose father and mothe...

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Community Group Questions | John 6:35-50 - Paradox | Feb 9, 2020

Paradox Rev. Blake Altman, Lead Pastor God intends to change you by His Word. How is He at work in you to do that? Read the following passageand consider these questions. READ John 6:35-40(ESV) 35 Jesus said to them, "I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst. 36 But I said to you that you have seen me ...

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Why We Need to Rediscover a Moral Imagination

Christian worship becomes the place to call one another to celebrate the collective imagination, the shared history, the true saga beneath all stories, the gospel which brings human flourishing for the blood-bought lambs, and through them, hope for the world. God’s story of redemption is our story, too. We must tell it and show it and live it together. It is the foundat...

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Family & Community Group Questions, John 6:1-15

God intends His Word to change you. See how He works in you to do that. Read John 6:1-15 and work through these questions: Share a time when you felt God asked you to experience something that seemed unfair (An experience to endure, a command to obey, etc). How did the experience affect your faith or doubt in God? What does John intend his original audience to like and...

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Advent's Gaze + Advent Resources

In the season of Advent*, we celebrate our Lord's coming in the Incarnation and future return in glory. Our celebration of Advent gazes in two directions. In the rear-facing direction, we imagine ourselves to be in the place of those saints who looked forward to the first appearing of the Messiah. A Middle English lyric captures the thrust of this anticipation: Adam la...

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