Sunday's Coming ~ May 10, 2015

This week is going to be one for the ages! TCE2tallI'll be preaching, literally, about the end of the ages.  The most important thing that changes in the death and resurrection of Jesus is that we get a new destiny.  And it. is. glorious.  But, when will it be and what do we do while we wait for Christ to come again?  Come Sunday and find out!

AND, we get to witness baptism of a baby.

AND, we get to witness professions of faith of several  students.

AND, one of our students will be baptized by immersion in the 11:10 service.

See you Sunday,

~Pastor Jon

Going to be gone? You can worship with us live on our Webcast – click HERE

You can also view past services in their entirety – click HERE

This Sunday we will be having three Worship Services.  Starting times will be 8:30am, 9:50am, and 11:10am.  There will not be Children & Worship or Youth and Children's Sunday School this week.

Our Adult Sunday School Opportunities this week are:

  • Sunday School Guide (Adult Room 1)
    • This week we will be studying Lesson 35 on topic of “Spiritual Gifts.”


Tulip Festival Burger Feed

On Wednesday, May 13, we will again be blessing the carnival workers with a burger feed at the downtown Windmill Park at noon.  We are still in need of a few volunteers to help setup and take down.  Please sign-up online, click HERE, or call or email the church at 737-4542 /


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GForceVBS promo from Trinity Reformed Church on Vimeo.

Gforce Summer Kids Adventure 2015Have you signed-up your children and volunteered to help yet?

For more information to find out more about this years VBS Summer Kids Adventure, click HERE.


Our elders and deacons met on Monday evening.  You can read gleanings of the meetings online, click HERE. You can also pick up a copy on the table by the mailboxes.


Our consistory approved a new, part-time role called "Connections Coordinator."  This role bears responsibility for connecting new people with the community of faith at Trinity and will oversee our flow of ministry from the front door, first-time visit all the way to connecting people through groups, service opportunities, membership, and ongoing assimilation.  You can read the full job description online, click HERE.