Yesterday was the fifth Sunday in our sermon series The Upside Down Kingdom.
Pastor Brian Keepers preached from Matthew 5:31-32, focusing on Jesus’ teaching on God’s design for marriage.
Worship: You can view the sermon and Sunday morning worship by clicking HERE.
Bulletin: Find a link to the bulletin HERE.
Over the course of this sermon series, we encourage you to join us in a Bible reading plan through the book of Matthew. Pick up a bookmark that lists the daily readings at our Welcome Center, or view a digital copy on our blog.
We are also encouraging a Kingdom Practice every week of this series. Below you’ll find the Kingdom Practice for the week:
Ephesians 3:20 begins, “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine…” We are asking you to join us in prayer as we consider enfolding with First Reformed Church of Hospers. Would you please set your alarm for 3:20pm and when your alarm goes off spend one minute asking God to do more than we can ask or imagine in regards to reaching this region with the gospel. Let’s be in prayer together even as we continue to discern together where God is leading.
This Week at Trinity
CenterPoint Worship: Join us at First Reformed Church in Sioux Center on Tuesday, February 12 at 8pm for a time of prayer and worship with people across the Northwest Iowa region.
Summer Mission Trips: Trinity is planning two mission trips for the summer of 2019. A group will go to Los Angeles in late July and a group will go to Haiti at a date to be determined. If you would like more information or are interested in going, join us for an informational meeting on Sunday, February 17 at 10:50am.
Youth Missions Banquet: Join us on Sunday, February 24 from 5-7pm to support our high school youth group as they raise money for their summer mission trip. We’re serving a 3-course meal and offering valet parking and free childcare. This is your opportunity to dress up and enjoy a formal dinner without the kids! The suggested donation is $25 for an individual and $45 for a couple. All donations will go towards the summer mission trip.