From January 6th to April 7th we will be in a sermon series called “Who am I? — An Exploration of the Book of Ephesians.” Ephesus was a center for pagan worship. Temples to various pagan gods stood as testimony to the individualism that was so rampant in the culture. In everything from commerce to…

Advent reminds us of the hope God gave his people when he promised to send them a Messiah, a Savior, a Deliverer. It is a promise fulfilled in the birth of Jesus Christ and it invites us to look forward in hope to the day of Christ’s second coming, his second Advent, when all the…

What’s the difference between living and existing? Between success and failure? Joy and despair? Hope. With hope… You have more satisfying relationships. You’re more productive. You’re less affected by stress. You’re more successful. You’re more satisfied. You’re more compassionate. You’re more willing to help people in need. You’re physically healthier. You hold yourself to higher…

Love Where You Live Series Runs September 17-November 12 When Jesus was asked to sum up everything into one command, he said to love God with everything we have and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Most of us have turned this simple idea of loving our neighbors into a nice saying, putting it on…

The Mission: Possible small group discussion guide is available here to download and print out on your own or you can pick up a copy at Trinity. Following Jesus is not about diligently keeping some set of rules or determining to “be a good person.”  It’s about loving God and enjoying him.  It’s about loving…

Jesus would never give us an impossible command. Whenever he gives us a task, he provides us with the power to accomplish it (Philippians 4:13,19).  Giving us something to do without the power to do it would not only make life frustrating, but it would also NOT be the abundant life he came to give us….

ALL ROADS LEAD TO ROMANS – NEW Series Begins January 10 You’ve heard the old expression, “All roads lead to Rome”? Today we use it to refer to the idea that there are many different routes to the same goal, but the phrase was originally based on the fact that the Roman Empire’s excellent road…

The FREE small group discussion guide is available here to download and print out on your own or you can pick up a copy at Trinity. This series is intended to help us better understand what true freedom looks like, how it is lived out in the context of relationships, and how, by applying the…

At Trinity yesterday (9/6) we handed out FREE booklets to everyone and asked people to go into the city (Pace, NYU, Central Park, Salvation Army, and Trinity’s neighborhood) and spread the word about the FREE series starting next week because we are excited to share the freedom that Christ has brought us! The booklet was…

If we’re honest, a lot of us don’t really feel as if the promises made to us about the Christian life have come true. Think about it. Paul told the Galatians that “it is for freedom that Christ has set us free” (5:1). Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my…

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