Monday's Here

MONDAY'S HERE Welcome back to our Spring Breakers!  We've just started a worship series called "Follow."  It's taking us through Jesus' instructions on mission to the disciples in Matthew 10.  Here's a quick recap:

  • Jesus sees the the crowds.
  • Jesus feels both compassion for the crowds and urgency for the mission of the kingdom.
  • Jesus calls disciples and sends them as apostles to say what he said and to do what he did.

We framed worship yesterday by asking the question, "What would it look like to announce and demonstrate the reign of the kingdom of God in the places we find ourselves?"

How would you answer that question?

Pastor Jon used a story by Michael Frost as one example.  You can see Frost's talk by clicking HERE.

If you missed worship, you can view the service by clicking HERE.


  • 5:30 p.m. - Wednesday Night Meal
    • Menu: Tavern, chips, fruit, and ice cream.
  • 6:30 p.m. – Rainbow Club
  • 6:30 p.m.  – “When Jesus Sees” Women’s Bible Study
  • 6:30 p.m. – Amistad Bible Study
  • 6:30 p.m. – Ignite Middle School Youth Group
  • 8:00 p.m. – Collide High School Youth Group
  • 8:30 p.m. – VP3 – Year 1


Talk about your church with your kids. What makes your church unique? Do you meet in a traditional church building structure, or do you meet in a more temporary place? The tabernacle was built as a temporary structure used to worship God and to house His presence. God’s presence would lead the nation of Israel, and they would follow. Whenever His presence would stop, the tabernacle would be set up for worship.

The tabernacle in the Old Testament was the physical place where God’s Spirit dwelled as the Israelites journeyed to the land God had promised Abraham. The tabernacle gives us a clear picture of God’s desire to dwell with His people and to be worshiped by them. The word tabernacle means “to dwell.” To show in the New Testament God’s desire for dwelling with His people has not ended, He sent Jesus to tabernacle (dwell) with people on earth.

Click HERE for a link to this weeks Gospel Project Family Journal Page.


Gforce Summer Kids Adventure 2015Summer Kid’s Adventure will be June 8-11, 2015. For three nights at G-Force Summer Kids Adventure, kids will explore how to put their faith into action.  Kids will experience God's unstoppable love and discover how to fuel up and move in and through life with God.  This is for kids ages 5-5th grade. Join us June 8-10 from 6-8:00 p.m. and June 11 for a closing family celebration and picnic from 6-7:30 p.m. Sign-up online, click HERE. Or you can sign-up at the Welcome Center on Sundays or by calling the church office during office hours at 737-4542. Please contact Kristin Brouwer at 737-4542 with any questions.


Walk Through the Bible NEW TestamentOn Sunday April 12, Walk Through The Bible New Testament will be coming to Trinity!  The first session will be as a congregation during morning worship, and the afternoon session will continue from 1:00-4:45pm.  There will be a lunch at noon and snacks for those who sign-up and attend both sessions. Sign-up online, click HERE. Or you can sign-up at the Welcome Center on Sunday or by calling the church office during office hours at 737-4542. Please contact Mike Callagy at 712-541-3110 with questions.


From April 12-May 10 we will be having three Worship Services each Sunday.  Starting times will be 8:30am, 9:50am, and 11:10am.  Sunday School for all ages will be during the 9:50am service. Children & Worship will be dismissed during the 8:30am and 11:10am services.