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Youth Fellowship

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Calling all Trinity youth ages 12-18 and your friends! Come hang out with us on Wednesday evenings! Each Wednesday we will meet in a different host home and do something...
Posted by Kendal Eschbach in Trinity Youth
Wednesday December 24 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm (CST)
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Trinity Grove Community Group

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The Trinity Grove Community Group welcomes everyone to come and worship with us on Sunday evenings.  Our evenings begin at 4PM every Sunday night. The children’s...
Posted by Zac Mcminn in Trinity Grove
Sunday December 21 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm (CST)
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Sunday Worship

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Join us for Worship this Sunday! Many guests to Trinity are immediately struck that our worship is somehow “different,” but seldom can they identify what that...
Posted by Blake Altman in TRINITY Presbyterian Church
Sunday December 21 10:00 am – 11:30 am (CST)
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Thailand Vision Trip

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Friday, October 3 Trinity members, Ryan Carini and Ron and Kay Weber, along with people from several other churches head to Thailand...
Posted by Blake Altman in TRINITY Presbyterian Church
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NEW UPDATE

Thai money is called “baht” (pronounced like “bought”). There are about 32 baughts to one U.S. dollar.
On Tuesday we went to a nearby park and had devotionals and a prayer walk. Tim, one of the missionaries, led the walk. It was good to have a restful time of reflection and prayer. Despite being on a mission trip, time devoted to reading the Bible and prayer seems hard to come by.
Tim has a passion for the arts, and one of his focuses, albiet outside all of his other duties, is to get involved with art programs in the city. Art is a reflection of the culture, Tim says, and although Thai art often points to Buddism and Hinduism, we shouldn’t ignore the beauty often found in Thai art and artchetecture. 
You will be able to see in the pictures some the structures that Thais build, and its espectially obvious in their shrines and temples. Their structures are often wider on the bottom and get narrower towards the top. This is to emphasize strength in the building. Their buildings have a lot of sharp points on them (I heard it was to keep the evil spirits away but I don’t know if it’s true).
Tim would like to, in the long term, establish more business relationships with Thai’s, especially in the art arena. In fact, this really seems to be an important goal for all the missionaries here. They don’t want to just be here, supporting the churches completely with MTW funds, but want to help the churches become self-sustaining. Not only financially, but also pastorally as well.
It’s not that Andrew and Tim want to leave the churches prematurely, but once the churches are self-sustaining they want to plant other churches as well. Forming business ties is an important step in doing this. Not only are the missionaries doing this, but some of the Christian Thais as well. You’ll hear more later about a young Thai pastor that is starting his own business.
Wednesday was the reclining Buddha. Pretty crazy. It’s cool to see, but really saddening. Thousands of people coming in there and bowing down before it.
Inside the temple they have coffers (small metal pots) for coins to be dropped into for Buddah. There is a constant ring inside the temple from all the people lining up and dropping coins in the coffers. And the coffers fill so fast there is someone there constantly emptying them out into a big container.
As you walk through the temple grounds (its pretty big with temples all over it, the reclining Buddha is only one temple) you hear monks chanting through the speakers they have over all the grounds.

Ryan
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Youth Fellowship

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Calling all Trinity youth ages 12-18 and your friends! Come hang out with us on Wednesday evenings! Each Wednesday we will meet in a different host home and do something...
Posted by Kendal Eschbach in Trinity Youth
Wednesday December 17 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm (CST)
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Trinity Grove Community Group

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The Trinity Grove Community Group welcomes everyone to come and worship with us on Sunday evenings.  Our evenings begin at 4PM every Sunday night. The children’s...
Posted by Zac Mcminn in Trinity Grove
Sunday December 14 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm (CST)
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Session Meeting

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We invite you to know how your elders are leading Trinity.  At our monthly elder meetings—called “Session Meetings”—we begin with an extended time of prayer....
Posted by Blake Altman in TRINITY Presbyterian Church
Sunday August 02 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm (CDT)
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Sunday Worship

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Join us for Worship this Sunday! Many guests to Trinity are immediately struck that our worship is somehow “different,” but seldom can they identify what that...
Posted by Blake Altman in TRINITY Presbyterian Church
Sunday December 14 10:00 am – 11:30 am (CST)
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Youth Fellowship

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Calling all Trinity youth ages 12-18 and your friends! Come hang out with us on Wednesday evenings! Each Wednesday we will meet in a different host home and do something...
Posted by Kendal Eschbach in Trinity Youth
Wednesday December 10 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm (CST)
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Jason Bobo, preaching Sunday from Mark 14:1-9

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Jason Bobo is my good friend.  We met several years ago when he was working at Redeemer Seminary as the Dean of Students, recruiting...
Posted by Blake Altman in TRINITY Presbyterian Church
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Trinity Grove Community Group

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The Trinity Grove Community Group welcomes everyone to come and worship with us on Sunday evenings.  Our evenings begin at 4PM every Sunday night. The children’s...
Posted by Zac Mcminn in Trinity Grove
Sunday December 07 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm (CST)
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Sunday Worship

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Join us for Worship this Sunday! Many guests to Trinity are immediately struck that our worship is somehow “different,” but seldom can they identify what that...
Posted by Blake Altman in TRINITY Presbyterian Church
Sunday December 07 10:00 am – 11:30 am (CST)
5 people are coming
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Youth Fellowship

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Calling all Trinity youth ages 12-18 and your friends! Come hang out with us on Wednesday evenings! Each Wednesday we will meet in a different host home and do something...
Posted by Kendal Eschbach in Trinity Youth
Wednesday December 03 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm (CST)
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Excited for Sunday! Read Acts 20:18-38

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I’m excited for worship this Sunday.  Bring someone with you and get there earlier than normal to get settled before worship begins....
Posted by Blake Altman in TRINITY Presbyterian Church
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Trinity Grove Community Group

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The Trinity Grove Community Group welcomes everyone to come and worship with us on Sunday evenings.  Our evenings begin at 4PM every Sunday night. The children’s...
Posted by Zac Mcminn in Trinity Grove
Sunday November 30 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm (CST)
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