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Loving Each Other

It’s almost Valentines Day! For many this is an opportunity each year to take a special moment to express your love and care to those in your circle of life. It is so easy to take those we love for granted but then there are the times in our lives when we “wish” we would have been more expressive not only on this day but throughout the year.

What about the lover of our souls? Each of us is deeply loved by God who is the Creator of all that surrounds us. He is the one who sent Jesus to be the Savior of our lives and to bring us a peace on the inside that can come in no other way. The Bible says that God SO LOVED the world that He gave His only son that whoever believes in Him would have eternal life. A life not only precious now but a hope for the future. We need to express our love and thanks to the Lord for all He has and is in our lives.

At Trinity we believe deeply in this love and our motto is “being the love of Jesus to one another and to our community.” Perhaps you need a place to be accepted and loved for who you are. Let me invite you to join us for coffee fellowship at 10:00 on Sundays and worship at 10:30. We also have other fun activities planned in the future for fellowship and friendship—come join us!


Sunday, February 18th--Potluck After Worship Service--Baked Potato bar

Friday, February 23rd--game night! Dominoes, cards, and puzzles or just come for the fellowship. Bring a snack to share if you so desire!

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