Trinity’s Prayer Team members stand ready to lift up the names and needs of anyone in need of physical, spiritual or emotional healing.
The monthly Breakfast at Trinity is a great opportunity to share our faith and fellowship through prayer with those in need. All prayer requests are written down during worship services then our Prayer Warriors will pray for and with each guest. Requests (if approval is granted) are then disseminated to all members of the church’s Email Prayer Team the next day, so that multiple intercessory prayers are made on behalf of each request.
If you need prayer, why don’t you join us at any one of these activities or following every worship service at the altar rail? And, if you would like more information on the Christian faith, we have a small booklet we would like to give you titled “Why on Earth Would I Want to be a Christian?” The writer/publisher have made this booklet available online, so it can be downloaded at http://www.whyonearth.org. If needed, you can order copies in bulk to give away to your friends and family. They also offer free copies to prisoners and underserved groups, as well.
The Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church (governing body of our church) has encouraged both laity and clergy to explore and initiate new (fresh) ways (expressions) to worship our Lord that will engage and attract different target populations. With Trinity about to break ground on our property, located at 1290 W. Plymouth Avenue, we are looking at innovative ways to “do church” outside the walls of our Sanctuary. What do you think about this? What new ideas do you have for taking our church out into the neighborhoods around the property? Send your ideas and suggestions to Pastor Dale at email@example.com and Matt Harrell, the Florida Conference Fresh Expressions Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.