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Welcome to Trinity Wesleyan Church
It is summertime! Many are away each week for scout camp, family vacations, district conference and holiday celebrations. Let’s be in prayer for all who travel. Let’s represent our church well as we go, tell of the great things God has done for us this past year and let’s anticipate a great year again when we come back together at the end of the summer.
Ephesians 4:3 tells us to “make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace.” Over the next few weeks of summer, let me encourage you to stay in touch with each other and the church. Follow us on facebook, our prayer exchange and our website. You can also continue to support the ministry monetarily over the summer by giving online. We will have more information on this next week and it will be posted on the website as well.
We will continue to have Sunday Bible Study and Service as well as Wednesday Night Alive. We’ll have special guests for Sunday Service in July as well. Check the calendar on this website for more info. God bless and have a safe summer.
Pastor Glenn Bozak
God is good! God has guided the church family as He set in place for TWC to acquire the parsonage. The $20,000 down payment has been met and we have been approved for our loan and purchase of the parsonage by the District Board of Administration of the South Coastal District of the Wesleyan Church. The parsonage is about a mile from TWC.
A year ago we broke ground for a new playground. Today it is completed thanks to DJ McGowen and Boy Scout Troop 99 and a many hands that contributed to the project. DJ earned his Eagle on this project, one of three Eagle projects we were blessed with this year. During the past year funds were raised, donations were Continue reading
Patience can persuade a prince, and soft speech can break bones. (Proverbs 25:15)
We have been studying the fruit of the Spirit this fall on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights. This week we come to the subject of patience or long suffering. I have been using the word patience by choice because it matches the silly song our kids have learned and the version we have memorized of Galatians 5:22 & 23. It seems however, Continue reading