Nov
16
5:30 PM17:30

Parent's Night Out

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Bring your 2yo-12yo to church for a night of pizza, popcorn and a movie while you enjoy an evening off. Suggested donation of $2.50 per child to cover the cost of food. Pajamas, blankets and stuffed animals encouraged. Contact laurel@trinitycitychurch with any questions. Register at trinitycitychurch.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/173264

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Nov
17
5:00 PM17:00

Thanksgiving Potluck

Get your tastebuds ready it’s time for Trinity Thanksgiving! Please see the Facebook event to RSVP and let us know what you are bringing (we would hate to have 10 pumpkin pies and no turkey!) or you can email contact@trinitycitychurch.org with your RSVP.

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Dec
9
12:00 PM12:00

Budget Meeting

The Budget Meeting will be after the Sunday Gathering on December 9th from noon to 1pm. All are welcome to come and Covenant Members will be voting on the 2019 budget. The Governance Team will make the proposed budget available for review two weeks prior to the meeting through email and Facebook.

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Nov
11
9:30 AM09:30

Men's Breakfast

We’ve been on hiatus since this spring, but some men have been talking. And they’re in need of a breakfast. 8:30am start time. We’ll make some breakfast and sing some hymns and enjoy some classic fellaship (see what I did there?) RSVP here!

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Nov
4
6:00 PM18:00

Connection Dinner

This is the event for those looking to connect. Great for new folks or if you’ve been to one already, then come again to continue to connect.

It’ll include a light dinner, a time to get to know other people from Trinity including Pastor Bryan, and to hear more about plugging in at this local church. It will be at 165 Cretin Ave N, St. Paul.

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Oct
28
6:30 PM18:30

Young Life Meeting

On Sunday October 28th, from 6:30 to 7:30 the Wright family will be hosting an organizational meeting (desserts/coffee provided) to facilitate launching a Young Life Chapter at Central High School, along with the Regional Director of Young Life (Kevin Thompson).   Location - TCC Chapel. 

Attending will not only be folks from TCC, but also invitees from the neighborhood (kids at Central)and several other churches.   The goal is to build out a "booster club" of sorts to help get something off the ground.  Kevin has already had conversations with the principal at Central (very supportive) and a local youth pastor (potential on-the-ground lead).  However, we need a whole team to make this a happen!  

For more Information call Ben Wright - 612-790-7720.  To learn more about Young Life visit -www.younglife.org


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Oct
27
5:00 PM17:00

Chili Bowl

It’s getting chilly so let’s eat some chili! Bring your best recipe for our chili competition or bring a pot to share. Will be held downstairs in the Fellowship Hall. Check out the Facebook page for more details!

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Oct
23
7:30 PM19:30

October Women's Get Together: Soup Exchange

Women of TCC! Join us for a Soup Exchange hosted at Jordan Pickering's home! Bring a crockpot of your favorite soup to share with the group, as well as a few “to go” containers to take some other soups home. Bring copies of the recipe so that people can either take them home or snap a quick picture of it. (If you have a favorite canned soup or take out soup, that is appropriate too!!)

Not a soup lover? Feel free to bring a fall dessert or soup side (I.e. bread, crackers, salad, chips etc.) to share. 
RSVP if you are coming and give us an idea of what you will be bringing!

We hope this will be a time of connection for the women of Trinity in all life stages.

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Oct
8
to Nov 11

Thanksgiving Food Drive

This year Trinity is partnering with Union Gospel Mission’s annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. We have set a goal to donate 30 Thanksgiving meal bags to be given to needy families in our community for their Thanksgiving meal. Lists of the food items need will be handed out at Sunday Gathering. You can drop your donations off at church on Sunday or arrange another time by emailing contact@trinitycitychurch.org. Please have everything dropped off by Saturday, November 17 so families can get their meals in time. Questions email contact@trinitycitychurch.org

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Sep
23
6:00 PM18:00

Connection Dinner

For those who are new to Trinity or looking to connect.

It’ll include a light dinner, a time to get to know other folks from Trinity including Pastor Bryan, and to hear more about plugging in at this local church. It will be at 165 Cretin Ave N, St. Paul.

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Trinity Leadership Conference
Sep
8
8:30 AM08:30

Trinity Leadership Conference

REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE
 

THEME: Rooted 

The 2018-19 ministry year is about being "rooted" -- like a tree that has deep, established roots and bears fruit so that other rooted trees can be established as well. As owners of a property in Merriam Park, it’s time for us to grow deep into our neighborhood so that we can prepare to bear fruit wide across the city in cooperative efforts.

This conference is a time for Trinity leaders to be blessed and inspired at the start of the ministry year as we focus on this theme. The day will consist of large group gatherings with corporate prayer and singing, practical workshops, and plenty of time to interact and eat with other leaders. The church building will also be a place flowing with coffee and snacks. You don't want to miss this day!

WHEN?

September 8, 2018 from 8:30am to 3pm.

WHAT?

Here's the schedule thus far. More details coming.

8:30-9:00am / Arrive and check-in.

9:00-9:50am / Large Group Session: Praise, prayer, and an opening message.

9:50-10:00am / Break

10:00-10:45am / Workshops for each leadership team.

10:45-11:00am / Break

11:00-11:45am / Workshops for each leadership team.

11:45am-1:00pm / Lunch and table discussions.

1:00-1:45pm / Large Group Session: Townhall-style discussion

1:45-2:00pm / Break

2:00-3:00pm / Large Group: Share stories and pray.  

3:00pm / Conference ends. A treat will be served in the Fellowship Hall. Feel free to grab and go, or linger in conversation with other leaders.

WHERE?

At the church building (1849 Marshall Avenue Saint Paul, MN 55104) in the chapel. 

WHAT'S THE COST?

Nothing. Jesus paid it all.

CAN I INVITE OTHERS TO COME?

This conference is specifically for those at Trinity who are in leadership roles. This is not a public event or an event for other congregations. However, we encourage you to generously invite other potential leaders in your ministry, or potential leaders in the congregation, to come to this conference. Just have them register at the link above.

WHAT IF I CAN'T MAKE IT?

If you absolutely cannot make this work, as in you tried everything except selling a kidney to pay off the other person or thing demanding your Saturday, then this is a perfect opportunity to send another potential leader to represent your ministry. Who on your team would really benefit from going to this time, and is a growing leader within your team? Share this URL with that person, and ask them to come.

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Aug
19
6:00 PM18:00

4th Summer Social

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Join us for the fourth Summer Social! TCC's Randolph Heights group will be hosting at a home in St. Paul. Please RSVP on the Facebook event or by emailing contact@trinitycitychurch.org so the hosts know how much food to provide. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share!

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Aug
9
6:00 PM18:00

3rd Summer Social

Join us for the third Summer Social! Immanuel Fellowship Church will be hosting at Powderhorn Park in Minneapolis. There is a playground and splash pad for the kiddos. Please RSVP on the Facebook event or by emailing contact@trinitycitychurch.org so the hosts know how much food to provide. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share!

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Jul
24
6:00 PM18:00

2nd Summer Social

Join us for the second Summer Social! TCC's Highland Park and Dewey community groups will be hosting at Newell Park in St. Paul. There is a playground for kiddos to burn off any excess energy. Please RSVP on the Facebook event or by emailing contact@trinitycitychurch.org so the hosts know how much food to provide. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share!

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Jun
6
5:30 PM17:30

Grounds Clean-Up

Spring is here and the grounds around TCC need some love. Bring yourself and some work gloves and lets get our yard looking great. We will be doing some light yard work, mulch moving and building a bench. Starts at 5:30, Pizza provided. Please RSVP so we have enough pizza for you. Email contact@trinitycitychurch.org with questions

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Jun
3
12:00 PM12:00

Financial Habits Workshop

To compliment the sermon series, we’re offering a one-time financial habits workshop after the Sunday Gathering on June 3. Jack Reed, the chair of the Governance Team and financial advisor for Edward Jones, will lead the workshop that will offer practical tools on the topic. Please email contact@trinitycitychurch.org if you’re interested. Childcare will be provided and pizza will be provided.

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May
20
11:30 AM11:30

Prayer Gathering: Jole Miller

Our featured gospel partner will be Jole Miller with Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Jole is a TCC member on staff with FCA serving local colleges. He is an integral part of the FCA house, a home near the Macalester campus, started with the goal of providing a space for Christian athletes to grow spiritually by living in community. Join us as we hear from Jole about the ministry and pray for Jole.

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May
6
10:00 AM10:00

Graduate Commissioning Service

Are you graduating undergrad, graduate, or high school? We want to pray for you in order to commission you into the marketplace. Just as churches commission missionaries, so too we want to commission graduates as stewards who integrate their faith with their work. The service will be on Sunday, May 6th. It’ll simply include a time of prayer after the sermon. Contact Pastor Bryan to be included (bryan@trinitycitychurch.org).

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Apr
27
5:30 PM17:30

Painting Night

Let's have a painting night! The Fellowship of Christian Athletes guys did an amazing job and gave the downstairs nursery a fresh coat of paint! But it needs one more coat. We will have pizza, drinks, music and supplies. Bring yourself in some painting clothes. Please RSVP so we have enough supplies and pizza. Contact kim@trinitycitychurch.org with any questions.

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Mar
31
10:00 AM10:00

Easter Egg Hunt

Join us for our annual Easter egg hunt! Free and open to the community. The egg hunt starts right after 10am so be on time to get in on the fun! After the hunt there will be games and activities and light refreshments. The event is held in the church and will be on rain or shine.

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Mar
30
7:00 PM19:00

Good Friday Service

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Join us for an evening to celebrate Christ's death on the cross for our sin. The Good Friday service will be a "Tenebrae" service. We will not be offering childcare for this service. Read on for more details. 

“Good Friday marks the death of Jesus Christ. It’s called “good” because of what Jesus’ death means for the redemption of the world. Worship on this day may focus on three aims: (1) to narrate and remember the events of Jesus’ death, (2) to open up the meaning of these events for our understanding of God and the redemption accomplished by the cross, and (3) to invite worshipers to renewed prayer and dedication” (The Worship Sourcebook).

“The service of Tenebrae, meaning “darkness” or “shadows,” has been practiced by the church since medieval times. Once a service for the monastic community, Tenebrae later became an important part of the worship of the medieval common folk during Holy Week. Today we join Christians of many generations throughout the world in using the liturgy of Tenebrae.

Tenebrae is a prolonged meditation on Christ’s suffering. Readings trace the story of Christ’s passion, music portrays his pathos, and the power of silence and darkness suggests the drama of this momentous day. We ponder the depth of Christ’s suffering through mounting darkness; through the return of the small but persistent flame of the Christ candle at the conclusion of the service, we anticipate the joy of ultimate victory" (from http://www.reformedworship.org/article/december-1998/wrath-lamb-tenebrae-service).

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