Because of a large number of illnesses, the elders have decided to cancel the service for this Lord’s Day, January 9, 2022. Stay home, rest, and heal up!
Pastor Jon Swerens delivers a message on assurance, edited for time, from the Reverend Charles Spurgeon. Listen above or download the audio file here. Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash
Trinity will not have our regular Family Study at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 22. We will have our regular Lord’s Day Service starting at 10:45 a.m.
In his first sermon, elder candidate Jon Swerens preaches on how we ought to handle the confrontation of sin—whether our own or others’. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Kevin Gent on Unsplash
Are you often too troubled to pray? Or do you sometime second-guess yourself and wonder if God hears your prayers? Receive solid answers from the Word as Jon Swerens delivers this sermon which was first preached by Charles H. Spurgeon in 1888. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. PhotoContinue reading “Concerning Prayer — Psalm 86:1‑7”
Dear saints, The elders have been informed that there has been a spike in COVID-19 cases in Allen County within the last 48 hours. In order to avoid contributing to the problem, we’re going to do a livestream only service for tomorrow — Sunday, May 17. Our hope is to resume our regular service againContinue reading “Livestream only on Sunday, May 17”
We will be resuming worship at Trinity on Sunday, May 10. We also will be observing the precautions recommended by our government within our gathering.
Below is the link to Trinity’s YouTube channel. There’s no content on it as of yet, but you may use this link to join the livestream service this Lord’s Day at 10:45 a.m. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzH_Uin2pJDQQoaxEJM7S_A Singing will be included within the service. Jon Swerens, Jason and Eli Fest, and Jon Townsend recorded hymns today at church.Continue reading “Livestreaming service info for March 22 and 29”
Who is foolish? Who is wise? Pastor John Mergy opens the Word to Proverbs 10:23–25, where we find three proverbs with “antithetic parallelism”: a contrast between opposites. Where does God draw the line between wisdom and foolishness? A wise man listens to the Word of God; the fool does what is right in this own eyes.
Pastor Nate Harlan teaches us to pay attention to the themes of stories and of Scripture itself. The Themes of Scripture — Atonement