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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…

COVID-19 Statement & Plan

Hello Church!  In the wake of all that has been happening regarding the COVID-19 Virus, I wanted to take this time to address your questions regarding our stance and plan as a church. First, I encourage you once again to not be in fear over this or any other illnesses. Our God is sovereign, and “has not given us a spirit of fear but of power, and love, and a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7). We are called to be…

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…

A Prayer For Our Community…

Lord, we at Trinity Community Church lift up our voice to you, joining millions of others who are coming to you this morning, not only in this nation but around the world. We thank you for a President who has called people of faith to request of you help in this our hour of need. Lord truly we find ourselves once again (as we have many times before in our history) in need of great mercy and profound wisdom. So…

Matthew 1 | Jesus: A Man With A Story

When my older brother heard the Gospel and believed, he was instantaneously delivered from drug addiction and began praying for my salvation. Due to the fact that my own drug use caused heightened tension with my parents, I decided to run away from home in Miami and return to Philadelphia. The night before I left home my brother called, and I told him of my plan to run away. He again told me that he was praying for me and…

Matthew 2 | Thanksgiving is All About Worship

Matthew 2 tells the spectacular story of the wise men who came from the east following a star which would lead them to the King of the Jews. These men were Gentile astrologists who had seen signs in the heavens that made them curious enough to make the long journey to Israel for the singular purpose of worshipping this precious child born to be king. They stopped in Jerusalem to ask those who should have known about this event which…

Matthew 3 | Prepare the Way

“A Voice of one calling in the wilderness, ‘Prepare the way for the Lord, make straight paths for him” (Matt. 3:3). The Old Testament begins with the beautiful account of the creation and then very quickly turns sad as we read that sin entered the world by the 3rd chapter of Genesis. Along with the curse, God also gives us a promise that one day he would break the curse: “…he will crush your head and you will strike his heel”…

Matthew 4 | Who You Really Are!

“Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. After fasting forty days and forty nights, he was hungry. The tempter came to him and said, “If you are the Son of God, tell these stones to become bread.” Matthew 4:1-3  How would you respond if someone walked up to you and asked: “Who are you?”. On a surface level, it’s an obvious question having a wide range of meanings and could be answered…

Matthew 5 | Choosing to Walk The Hard Path

What is the meaning of life? We humans seem to be hard-wired to ask questions like this. What is the best possible kind of life? What is right and wrong? What is the best moral system? For thousands of years, thinking men and women have had these kinds of nagging thoughts, and for good reason: they draw us to something beyond ourselves, and they profoundly affect the way we live our lives. In the fifth chapter of the gospel of…