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VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED FOR THE FOOD PANTRY DISTRIBUTION THIS SATURDAY Food Pantry MarchWe are still needing several volunteers for our Food Pantry packaging and distribution this Saturday, March 28. We will be meeting at American Reformed Church and will start packaging food at 8:30a.m. and at 9:00a.m. will begin the food delivery. All ages are welcome to help. Please sign up by calling the church office at 737-4542 during office hours, or emailing at   Please contact John Dykstra at  or John Buntsma at  if you have any questions.


One of the amazing lessons in Matthew 10 is the simple pattern for living a Christ-focused mission-oriented life:

  • See what Jesus sees
    • Feel what Jesus feels
      • Pray what Jesus prays
        • Receive what Jesus gives
          • Say what Jesus says
            • Do what Jesus does

This week, my prayer for our church family is that we would walk slowly through the places we find ourselves and pay attention to what Jesus shows us.  And then, to act with courage to announce and demonstrate the reign of God's kingdom.

~ Pastor Jon

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


  • 5:30 p.m. – Wednesday Night Meal
    • Menu: Mini pizzas, corn, salad, and cookies.
  • 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


The Gospel Project for Kids took on a spy mission this week. Spies were sent into the land of promise. They had finally arrived! The problem was most of the people who went in to spy were having problems believing that they could conquer the people who lived there. Bigger problem … God had told them they could take it, so why worry? Two of those spies, Joshua and Caleb, knew that God was true and that He would lead them to victory. The problem became helping the others see that God was true to His word.

The crowd, unfortunately, followed the dissenters who said the people of the land were too large and that Israel could not take the promised land. The people sinned. How does God respond when His people sin? Sin has a price, but God is always willing to forgive when people seek forgiveness.

Joshua and Caleb were not perfect, but they lived a life of obedience to God. Joshua would one day lead the people of Israel into the promised land. His accomplishments point to Christ’s finished work on the cross—defeating Satan, setting people free from sin, and making a way into the promised land of eternity.

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


Walk Through the Bible NEW TestamentOn Sunday April 12, Walk Through The Bible New Testament will be coming to Trinity!  The first session is free and during our morning worship, giving everyone in the congregation a foretaste of the event. The event will take place in the afternoon  from 1:00-4:45pm.  For everyone registered to attend the afternoon event, there will be a book, a lunch at noon, and snacks. 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.  Click HERE for more information.


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.


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.