ADVENT BIBLE STUDY
On Tuesday, December 1 at 12pm, we will begin our Advent Study: Hope: An Advent Journey by Olu Brown. Emmanuel ‘God with us’ dares us to embrace the hope of Jesus right now knowing that God’s grace and love are present to carry you through the most challenging times in your life.
We will meet in the Fellowship Hall for appropriate social distancing.
Trinity United Methodist Church
300 West Second Avenue
Lenoir City, TN
Matthew 28:18-20 “And Jesus came and said to them, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age."
Pray for one another.
Call. Write Cards. Keep in touch.
If you need someone to pick up groceries or medicine , please let Pastor Kristie know.
Sunday School/Small Group 9:45
Choir Rehearsal (not meeting) 10:30
Trinity Protocols for Safe Worship
My Dear Beloved Brothers and Sisters in Christ!
The days just seem to fly by as we are entering into the month of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving for our Saints, thanksgiving for the freedom to Vote, thanksgiving for our Veterans, thanksgiving for all God has brought us through and blessed us with in 2020 and thanksgiving for being able to gather for in-house Worship. All I can say is God Is Good!
This month we are also focusing on Discipleship by encouraging everyone who can to join us for a time of growth through our Sunday School hour before Worship each week. For some of us, the discipline it takes to spend time daily in the Word of God and in study is difficult to do on our own. One way to grow is by joining a Sunday School Class or Small Group Study. On Sunday, November 29th (First Sunday of Advent), we are going to have Discipleship Day. Please plan on joining us that to explore the variety of opportunities to grow in Discipleship. Join Us! We have a special place for YOU!
November is also the month that we end our Christian Liturgical Year with ‘Christ the King Sunday’ and begin our new Christian Liturgical year with ‘First Sunday in Advent’. For the church is it a season of new beginnings and is timed perfectly with Thanksgiving in celebrating how God has walked with us through 2020. I encourage you to spend time reflecting on the past year giving thanks to God and then shifting to focus on the year to come and ways God will lead us, guide us, and walk with us in the new year.
Much is going on here at Trinity as we once again Worship, Connect, Grow, Serve/Give and Share in order to Encounter God, Share Jesus and Engage Community! We are looking for new and different ways to be the church! We need you! Come and join us! Of course, we will wear masks and practice social distancing in all things.
May God continue to surround you with His loving arms of protection, comfort, and strength for our journey as he walks with us and draws us ever closer to Him.
Love and Light in Christ,