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Love Never Fails

Finally, after over two months of being separated from each other, TrinityCommunity Church partners will again gather corporately this weekend. We haveheard many speak of how deeply they have missed each other during these days. Joy wells up in our hearts as we anticipate seeing each other this coming Lord’s Day.First of all, we want to thank all of you for the mature attitude you have displayedthroughout the entire time we have been absent from each other. This has not…

COVID-19 Update | 30 Days of Prayer & Fasting

Dear Trinity Family, The current health crisis now impacting literally every nation and people around the world is also bringing to many, a sense of hopeless, fear, economic hardship, and depression. Over the last couple of weeks, the elders have been leading a short time of online prayer each evening to pray with and encourage our church body. As we transition into April, we are sensing God’s call for our church to a special emphasis of prayer, fasting, and repentance.…

COVID-19 Update- Where We Go From Here…

Hello TCC,  As you’re all aware, the COVID-19 virus has not passed over yet, and we as an elder time have been devoting ourselves to prayer and fasting over the issue, seeking the Lord and His wisdom on how to move forward as a church. Based on what we have felt the Lord speaking and because of the request of our governmental authorities (Rom. 13:1-3), we find it best to change the formatting of our services for the next few…

Sermons

Disagree to agree

It has been 20 years since Christ ascended into heaven and 10s of thousands have become believers in Jesus as the Gospel continues its ripple effect throughout the known world. A disagreement arises over whether the new Gentile converts should have to become Jews before they could be Christians.In this message, we look at the painstaking process that the leadership took to bring this dispute to a peaceful resolution. In the final analysis, we are reminded that salvation is never based…

The First Sent Ones

In this message, we explore the continuation of the ripple effect that began with the ministry of Jesus and in fulfillment of Acts 1:8 has moved from Jerusalem to Judea and Samaria. The Holy Spirit now uses the church at Antioch to begin the process of taking this same gospel message to the ends of the earth. Barnabas and Saul were separated out from the culturally diverse local ministry team in order for them to be sent out as apostolic…

Seeing God’s Grace

Acts 11:23 “When he came and saw the grace of God, he was glad, and he exhorted them all to remain faithful to the Lord with steadfast purpose,” In this message, we see two powerful examples of the grace of God at work in the early church. One such case is Antioch becoming the first church where Gentiles and Jews worshipped together. The other was when Peter was miraculously released from prison by angels and reported to a disbelieving group of believers…

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