Welcome to Trinity,

A special message from our Pastor about the Coronovirus.

 

Food Pantry update.
The pantry will open in June one day a week for mobile distribution. (Dates TBA)

Trinity’s Faith Practices in Regards to COVID-19 Update

Dear Trinity family and friends, Here are our worship plans going forward:

We will not be having open worship services through the rest of May, but will continue with our online worship.

We are hoping that we will be able to resume open worship services in early June.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Sunday May 24th, 2020 video service

https://youtu.be/o6mYBl06SmQ

Food for Thought

Read: John 17:1-11

On the night before His death, Jesus spoke to His Father in prayer: “Father, the hour has come; glorify Your Son so that the Son may glorify You.” To glorify means “to shine brilliant light on the splendor, power, and majesty” of the glorified. Jesus is the light of God’s glory, giving eternal life to all who believe in Him.

Sing or hum along with the hymn “To God be the Glory”:
“To God be the glory! Great things He has done! So loved He the world that He gave us His Son, Who yielded His life an atonement for sin, and opened the life-gate that all may go in! Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord! Let the earth hear His voice! Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord! Let the people rejoice! Come to the Father, through Jesus the Son, Give Him the glory! Great things He has done!” (by Lou Fellingham)

  • Jesus says that He has been glorified in the world by His disciples. (v. 10).  As a disciple of Jesus, have you given glory to Jesus by showing other people His works of power in your life?
  • The great composer Johann Sebastian Bach said that when he played music, he felt his soul praising God. He signed every piece of music he wrote Soli Deo Gloria: “To the glory of God alone.” Could Soli Deo Gloria be written on your life?

God’s Word for this Week

Let each of these scriptures inspire you to give glory to God today.

Sunday, May 24                John 17:1-11
Monday, May 25               Matthew 5:13-16
Tuesday, May 26              Romans 15:5-7
Wednesday, May 27        2 Corinthians 3:17-18
Thursday, May 28            John 7:14-18
Friday, May 29                  1 Peter 4:10-11
Saturday, May 30             Job 12:7-10

Trinity is a servant church in the heart of Riverside/Avondale area of Jacksonville led by God’s amazing grace to love, accept and forgive one another, and all people, in the name of Jesus Christ.

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A community of faith...

Jesus Christ is Lord
Everyone is Welcome
Love is Changing People

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A growing congregation...

A Clear Purpose and Mission
An Openness to Change
Strong Lay Leadership

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A heritage rich church...

90 Years of History
A Beautiful Sanctuary
Active Community Involvement

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Whether you live in the area or passing through, in need of a spiritual fix or looking for a church home, your presence is a blessing to us.

Members of Trinity Lutheran Church range in age from 103 years young to just a few months old. We welcome diversity and encourage fresh thinking.

We find immense joy in serving with our brothers and sisters in the fields of the Lord. There is so much to do and we are invigorated God has challenged us with the honor of serving Him and all of His creation.

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Worship Schedule

Sunday Worship Schedule
9:00 AM / Contemporary
11 AM / Traditional
Be sure to check the calendar or News Flash on Home Page for changes.
On special occasions we have one 10 AM service.

  • The Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services are cancelled and will not be recorded.
  • The Prayer Labyrinth  Friday, April 10 and on Saturday, April 11 is Canceled.
  • The Trinity Church Council decided to continue to record worship services for Easter Sunday, April 12.
  • The Easter Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt has been cancelled.

 

 

At this time the Trinity Food Pantry will remain closed

with a target date of re-opening on Monday, May 18th.

Sunday, March 29, 2020       Read Matthew 18:1-5

Food for Thought

  • Jesus says that we need to “change and become like children” in order to enter the kingdom of heaven. (Matthew 18:3) Here Jesus invites us to do two things in order to be part of His kingdom: 1. “change”; and 2. “become like children.” Which one of these things is more difficult for most people to do? Which one would be more difficult for you? Why so?
  • Jesus lifts up a little child to us as an example of “the greatest in God’s kingdom.” What is it about a little child that Jesus is lifting up as an example? How would it change your life if you were to choose that way of living in the world?
  • Jesus says that “whoever welcomes a little child in His name” is actually welcoming Jesus himself (Matthew 18:5). Have you ever seen the face of Jesus in the face of a little child? Did you recognize that moment as holy?

God’s Word for this Week

Monday, March 30                           Romans 12:1-2

Tuesday, March 31                           Ephesians 5:8-14

Wednesday, April 1                          Romans 12: 3-8

Thursday, April 2                             Mark 10:35-45

Friday, April 3                                 Romans 12: 9-13

Saturday, April 4                             1 John 4:19-21

 

 

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If you have any questions about Trinity Lutheran Church or what we believe, please get in touch with us. We would love to connect with you.

904-389-5341