Sunday Worship – March 29, 2020

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See below for all of our Sunday worship and education hour livestreams. Traditional Worship – 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship BulletinDownload Sermon NotesDownload Contemporary Worship – 11:15 a.m. Contemporary Worship BulletinDownload Sermon NotesDownload FT Kids Sunday School – 10 a.m.

Lenten Worship – March 25, 2020

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Join us for Lenten Service online on Wednesday, March 25 at 7 p.m. Greg Kopra will be sharing his testimony with us. Download the worship folder if you’d like a paper copy to follow along using the link below. Words will be included on screen during the stream. 3-25-20-Passion-Reading-4Download Got prayer requests? Leave them in […]

March 24, 2020 Coronavirus Update

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I hope you are all doing well! In what seems like the “new normal”, a lot has changed in the last 4 days since our previous update. I imagine you’ve experienced this as well. The big news was that Governor Cuomo issued an executive order closing all non-essential businesses and instituting a 100% work from […]

March 20, 2020 Update

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We sent an update to our weekly eNews service. Click the link to read the full update on our eNews archive. Read the eNews Update We also hosted a video chat with Pastor Chuck and Vicar Jason: We plan to host worship online as scheduled this Sunday. We will be live on YouTube at 8:45 […]

March 17, 2020 Update

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See below for the email we sent to people in our database. If you are part of our community and didn’t receive the email, you can call the main office to get added to the ongoing updates list. Dear First Trinity Friends, What a crazy week it has been! I’m in lots of online communities […]

March 13, 2020 Update

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God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear. Psalm 46:1-2a (ESV) The ongoing Coronavirus outbreak has created great concern for many people. First Trinity leadership has been discussing how to best continue offering services and programming while also keeping good practices in place and adding new […]

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What If We Do Something Extraordinary?

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One of our daily routines during the school year is homework. I know, I know… no one likes homework. Done well, it’s an important part of the learning process as kids interact with content on their own and master the concepts. It also provides valuable feedback to the teachers. Of course, kids rarely love it. […]

What if we seek God first?

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We have a screen room off the side of our garage in the back yard. It’s great for storing stuff, but without windows it’s problematic for things that can’t get wet. As a result, we store those kinds of items (bikes, lawn mower, tools, etc.) in the garage. This leaves no room for the car […]

What if we humble ourselves and pray?

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It’s easy to get sidetracked or off-target when you consider the myriad possibilities that exist between you and your goal. Oftentimes it will take the form of “what if” questions. What if my underlying assumptions are wrong? What if my plan doesn’t work? What if I start down this path but can’t finish? Sometimes “what […]