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Where Everybody Knows Your Nam

In 1982 the sitcom “Cheers” started. The program was known for one particular line—it was the place “where everybody knows your name.” The principle behind the show was the camaraderie that comes through relationships. For all of us it’s important for people to know our names, to get to know us on a personal level. The church is to be one of those places where you are known, loved, and cared about. The church is to be a place “where everybody knows your name.”

It takes time and effort for relationships to grow. The church is like a family. Everyone has their own personality. Everyone brings their own gifts and talents to enhance the function of the family. Everyone has idiosyncrasies. In a family there needs to be a lot of give and take. As family members we learn how to best communicate with one another and to better understand where the other is coming from in any given situation. This is how the church is to be.

Perhaps you need a place to belong, to be a part of a “family” that will love you for who you are. At Trinity we would like to invite you to come and join us for Coffee Fellowship at 10:00 and worship at 10:30 on Sunday mornings. We also join together at Area 71 for fellowship breakfast Tuesday mornings at 9:00. At Trinity our goal is to be the love of Jesus. Come join the family, we would love to get to know your name!

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