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We are happy to be able to gather for in-person worship on Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.
Also, please join us for online worship each week. Services will normally be available by Wednesday morning and will remain at the following link for one week. After that they will be found in the Online Worship Archive.
Two Bible Study groups meet during the week: Tuesdays @ 3:30 and Thursdays @ 4:30.
The Mission of Trinity United Methodist Church is to nurture one another and our neighbor in the love of God, serve our community, and encourage persons to become Christian disciples and good stewards of God’s creation.
With Christians of other communions, United Methodists confess belief in the triune God—Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Grace pervades our understanding of Christian faith and life. By grace we mean the undeserved, unmerited, and loving action of God in human existence through the ever-present Holy Spirit.
Faith and Good Works - We see God's grace and human activity working together in the relationship of faith and good works. God's grace calls forth human response and spiritual discipline.
Mission and Service - We maintain that personal salvation always involves Christian mission and service to the world. By joining heart and hand, we assert that personal faith, evangelical witness, and Christian social action are reciprocal and mutually reinforcing. Scriptural holiness entails more than personal piety; love of God is always linked with love of neighbor, a passion for justice, and renewal of life in the world.
Nature and Mission of the Church - We emphasize the nurturing and serving function of the Church’s Christian fellowship. The personal experience of faith is nourished in the worshipping community.
The Wesleyan Quadrilateral - We are not a doctrinal church, but affirm the guidance of our church's founder, John Wesley, that our preaching and our teaching be "grounded in scripture, informed by Christian tradition, enlivened by experience, and tested by reason."