A Word From Your Church
October 9, 2020
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Our Most Recent Update by Dr. Jeff Roberts
Dear Trinity Family,
We are continuing to find creative ways for us to worship, study and minister to each other and our community. We are continuing to offer worship online and on campus at 10:55 a.m. We are currently having 150 to 160 people on campus for worship. We will continue to monitor our participation and will begin a second service at the appropriate time. We estimate that our current capacity with social distancing is 250 to 300 people depending on the number of families and family size in worship. If you are ready to return to worship, you may want to watch the video about returning to worship that you will find on our website.
Our Sunday School is continuing online and on campus as well. We have spaces for classes to meet both outside and inside. Those spaces can be reserved through the church office and you can reserve those spaces on Sunday during the normal Sunday School hour. In addition, some of our adult classes are using their own Sunday School rooms with social distancing and providing an in-person and an online experience at the same time. If this is something you would like to discuss please contact the office.
We also are having two Sunday morning “Family Sunday School” opportunities in the ROC during October. This is a Sunday School experience for parents with their children.
Our Discipleship Training is occurring online at this time. On Wednesday nights we have numerous online and in-person events occurring for all ages. Please go to the website for more information.
As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, I ask that you pray for your church and our ministry together. We continue to let this purpose statement guide us: “Because we love our church family we will seek to minimize risk and trust the congregation to act responsibly.” This statement allows us to stay engaged in ministry while at the same time practicing good safety protocols. Let us remember to be flexible, creative and faithful.
Dr. Jeff Roberts