Join Trinity Baptist Church for worship this summer as the services and sermons explore the meaning, significance, and value of our worship to God. Look forward to these exciting activities going on this summer:
Worship experiences that highlight the various parts of liturgy and worship.
Summer Choir: People of all ages are invited to join the choir over the summer to assist in congregational singing; come to choir room Sundays at 10:15 AM to participate!
Children’s bulletins that use family-friendly language to explain the order of worship and engage children at their level.
Special guests and musicians.
July Gospel music emphasis.
June worship schedule:
- June 2nd- “Call to Worship” (Gen. 2:1-2; Ex. 20:8-11; Ps. 96)
- June 9th- Matt Cook, Associate Pastor, Preaching; special music with Pastor Darrell Palmes
- June 16th- “Offertory”; Trinity Men’s Ensemble.
- June 23rd- “Doxology”
- June 30th- “Living a Sermon Life”
During the month of May, Trinity Baptist Church will highlight several missions partners in the community. Each Sunday service will feature a “Minister and Missions Moment” with a guest speaker from one of those partners.
We invite you to visit Trinity Baptist Church as we continue to be a Spirit-led missional community that seeks out and meets the needs around us. This affirms one of Trinity’s Core Values: “We value partnering with God on mission beyond the walls of the church.” All are invited to participate!
May Missions Schedule:
May 5: Rev. Mike Hutcheson, board president of Family Promise of Newrock; communion to be held.
May 12: Mother’s Day emphasis, “The Mom Mission”
May 19: Dr. Darrell Smith, founder of Global Environmental Relief; preaching by Rev. Frank Broome, Coordinator of Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia. Commissioning of Trinity New York Mission Team (going to Staten Island, New York, for Superstorm Sandy relief June 3 – 8). A soup and sandwich lunch will be held in the fellowship hall for time of discussion and Q & A with Frank Broome immediately after church.
May 26: Karen Woods, McAfee School of Theology student and founder of Feed My People; Memorial Day emphasis.