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Trinity 101 Class + Epiphany

Trinity 101 Class



Trinity 101 Class


  • Last 3 Wednesdays in January @ 6-7:30pm

  • Why do we make being “face to face” and “in Christ” such a big deal?

  • How do liturgy and the church calendar help us practice the gospel?

  • What does it mean to be God’s child and a part of the priesthood of all believers?

Come to Trinity 101 where we will explore the pieces that make Trinity...Trinity.  And expect to have fun doing it!



 

Epiphany House Blessings



If you signed up to receive a house blessing for this Epiphany weekend, you can expect to hear from Matt or Carson soon on a time range for when they plan to visit. There are about 35 houses that we'll be visiting, and praying blessings over for 2024.


 

Colonial Vista


We have had to postpone our first meet and greet with Colonial Vista (previously scheduled for January 6th). Please stay tuned for a future announcement about this, and pray for our team as we connect with the staff and residents for the best next step!


 

Looking to Get Involved?


One great way to get involved at Trinity is by joining a volunteer team.  As the new year starts up, we are sharing some volunteer needs in the church and invite you to see if you and your giftings might be a good fit for any of the teams. Our vision is to have everyone participate in the life of the church by being on a team, using their gifts!


The first 6 months of everybody's journey at Trinity Church starts with learning to rest as God's beloved child. If you've passed that 6-month mark and aren't on a ministry team yet, we invite you to fill out the form below.  This will start a conversation around matching your gifts/desires with the church's needs.



 

Bulletin Board


If you have a personal need (like a job, or housing, etc.), an event you’d like to promote, or something you’d like our church body to be aware of, you can email hello@trinitywenatchee.org for us to review before posting. 


  • Hi Trinity- you've heard me talk of the "patristic fathers" - but who are they? They are the earliest theologians / pastors / preachers / martyrs of the church. This once/weekly FREE course is taught by a Catholic scholar, but THIS IS YOUR PAST TOO. These men and women are foundational for the faith that you now practice, the prayers you now pray, the liturgy we still inhabit on Sunday morning. If you've been wanting to learn a bit more history, then you might enjoy an online community that is taking this course and learning about the historical origins of our faith. Thursdays at 5pm. Julie

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