Today's scripture passage includes Jesus' first sermon, given in the synagogue across the street from Peter's home. Jesus' power and authority was evident to everyone listening; the reaction to his words was instantaneous and news spread quickly about the events of the day! We know with God all things are possible, even with you and me, in the living of our lives. What good news! After the sermon, we'll celebrate communion, so please gather your supplies and join us.
PS - We thank Linda Breazeale and Mason Lhotsky for their participation ... and we welcome back Mike Lhotsky, our ace videographer.
Please know that Trinity's elders, deacons, and staff are praying for you, your loved ones, and your friends. If you should have a care concern or celebration you'd like to share, please email David or the church office.
We are delighted to report that the surgeries for Dean Barnes and Jim Young were successful. Please keep both gentlemen in your prayers as they bounce back from surgery.
Brian Kline has Covid-19, with mild symptoms. Please pray for a swift and steady recovery for Brian.
Missy Farrow's father, Ben Cheney, is improving, but has a good bit to go. Please pray that he continues to gain strength and sees results from his physical therapy. Please also keep Missy and Chris in your prayers as they continue to provide emotional, physical, and practical support to Missy's parents.
Please pray for Vickie Byrd’s cousin, Bobby Snyder, who has terminal cancer. His family and friends are praying that he gets strong enough to go home from the hospital and receive hospice care at home.
Trinity’s Annual Meeting will be held by Zoom on Sunday, February 14th at noon. The link for the meeting will be posted on the church’s private Facebook page and distributed via email as the date gets closer. At this meeting, we will review the church’s 2021 budget and the congregation will vote on the Pastor’s Terms of Call.