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David Nellist

Welcome to Trinity United Methodist Church                                                                                                                                                   

Dear Friends,

Last year as I stood on top of the Mount of Beatitudes looking over Lake Galilee and knowing this was exactly the same vista that Jesus saw, it was too much for words.

Then to look around and see palm trees and lemon trees, lush with fruit, tropical birds, blue, white, yellow, flying around squawking, you realize that your Bible has just come alive. As you breathe in the most incredible fresh ozone smell from a lake that is largely unspoiled, you then begin to understand what Jesus saw, felt and preached about.

Looking over Lake Galilee you see Capernaum in the distance, a city Jesus loved and made his home for three years. Today as you look over the lake it is easy to pinpoint because of the red domes of the Greek Orthodox Church. Jerusalem was another city that Jesus looked over, although this time he wept for the people and for the future decisions they would make; for his final week, his trial and his crucifixion.

Looking over Jerusalem you can see the High Priest's jail where Jesus was imprisoned and the Garden Tomb, where God released Jesus from his earthly imprisonment and set him free to give each one of us Hope on The Way, on our Journey. Let us walk boldly and with faith, with Jesus!

May Jesus Christ Be Praised, Alleluia, He is Risen!

Grace and Peace,

Rev. David Nellist, Senior Pastor

 

Upcoming Events & Trainings

May 13 and 14, 2016
Used Book Sale!
Join us Friday, 9am-4pm, and Saturday, 9am-noon, for our United Methodist Women's annual Book Sale in Fellowship Hall. Proceeds to benefit Missions.

May 17, 2016
Mental Health First Aid Youth Edition
This training session is for those working with youth or parents of youth. This impactful learning opportunity explores the world of our youth and the mental health challenges they may be struggling with. Learn how to identify signs, learn what you can do and where help is available. This training session will use multiple ways to help you learn all about this important topic! This session is FREE and is from 8:30am-5pm; lunch included. To register, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Registration deadline May 2. Limited space available.

May 17, 2016
Mental Health First Aid Adult Edition
This training session is for those working with adults or adult family members. This impactful learning opportunity explores the world of mental health challenges that people may be struggling with. Learn how to identify signs, learn what you can do and where help is available. This training session will use multiple ways to help you learn all about this important topic! This session is FREE and is from 8:30am-5pm; lunch included. To register, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Registration deadline May 2. Limited space available.

May 22, 2016
Dessert Auction & Trinity Work Camp
All Trinity chefs called to bring in their favorite dessert creation to our first annual Silent Dessert Auction. Proceeds to benefit Mission Work Camp. Following 10am worship, join us for lunch and an in-house Work Camp, with projects suitable for all ages. Questions? Contact Nichea VerVeer Guy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

June 1, 2016
How to Talk to your Child about Death
Throughout life as a parent or guardian there are those critical moments and conversations that can make a lasting impact on your child. The topic of death is one of those hard conversations that need to be had but all too often catch us off guard and leave us unprepared to make it a teachable moment. Are you prepared? Do you know what to say? You're not alone! Come join others and start the conversation. This session is FREE and is from 6-8pm. To register, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Registration deadline May 27. Limited space available.

June 7, 2016
Who Gets Grandmas Yellow Plate? – Passing on Personal Possessions
This workshop teaches the importance of titled and non-titled property, how to jumpstart conversations about inheritance, how complex emotional and family relationships influence personal property decisions, the powerful message in "who gets what," and defines the six key decision making factors in non-titled property transfer. This session is FREE and is from 1-2:30pm. To register, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Registration deadline May 31. Limited space available.

Trinity United Methodist Church is committed to providing educational opportunities that support children and families in our community.

 

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Hospitality Statement

Trinity United Methodist Church celebrates the diversity of the human community, and affirms the sacred worth of each person as a recipient of God’s love and grace. As disciples of Jesus Christ, we declare ourselves to be an open and inclusive congregation, and welcome into full participation all persons regardless of gender, race, national origin, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status or economic condition.