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 has 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.
All programs of Bible study at Trinity are focused on one thing: intentional discipleship, for it is the mission of the church to go out into the world and make new disciples for our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We cannot do this until we gain a better understanding of what a disciple is and how disciples grow. The teachings and support we offer at different points along the journey to becoming a mature disciple is at the core of our Discipleship Program and curriculum. John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist denomination, created a very structured process for growing mature disciples which encompasses the following elements:
Come join us and together we will explore, search, worship, grow and mature into the kind of disciples that God needs out in our hurting world. For more information on how Trinity helps seekers develop and grow into believers, contact Pastor Dale by using this Contact Form.
When new members join The United Methodist Church, they profess the vows of the Baptismal Covenant. They vow to renounce evil and to be loyal to Christ through the global United Methodist Church. They also promise to be active participants in a local congregation, pledging “to faithfully participate in its ministries by their prayers, their presence, their gifts, their service and their witness.”
The word “witness” was added by the 2008 United Methodist General Conference to highlight the mission and evangelistic responsibilities of church membership. It also reminds United Methodists to live out their vows publicly.
Here is an article with video on what it means to witness to others both privately and publicly.