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Ringing In the New Year

Happy New Year, Trinity Family!

Let’s get 2020 off to a good start with these opportunities for Fellowship and Service.

First, a message from Kimi King:

The Trinity Welcome Center on Sunday mornings wants you as part of the Trinity Welcome Team!

Every Sunday morning we have goodies for visitors and members to “grab & go” as they head into the 8:30/11 am services, and as we head off to Sunday School. It allows us to hit “pause” for a moment & say hello to old or new friends so that we connect names with faces.

There are two ways you can be a part of the team: 1) helping with set up and clean up; or 2) donating food and/or drinks.

If you would like more information or have questions about being part of the Welcome Team, please email Kimi King or call (940)597-4802.
Remember groups and committees (e.g. Youth or Stewardship, etc.) can also sign up as a group and make it a true TEAM effort!

You can also sign up here & we will work with you as we move forward together!

We are so very blessed to have you as part of our congregation!

kimi lynn king, j.d./ph.d.


YOUTH NEWS from Kailey MacAllister:


Join us for team building, and a night of FUN!

Ropes courses, archery tag, blacklight dodgeball, warped wall, human foosball, nine square, gaga ball and MORE!

On January 3rd, we will all meet at the church at 7:15 pm. Please be prepared to fill out a waiver for your youth. Leaving at 8pm, we will all drive together to Group Dynamix. Students will be picked up back at Trinity at 7:45am on Saturday January 4th.

ALL students grades 6th-12th.

Our lock-in is scheduled from 9pm to 7am at Group Dynamix in Carrollton.
What do I bring??
Close-toed shoes and comfortable clothes for the activities.
Pillows and sleeping bags if desired.
Personal water bottles.
Change for the vending machines. (optional)

Regular YOUTH activities resume on Wednesday, January 8



On Sunday, January 12, we will have ONE SERVICE at 11 am, led by Guest Pastor Andy Oliver from Allendale UMC in St. Petersburg, FL.

Following the service, join us in Lowrie Hall for a potluck lunch and reception for Rev. Oliver.

Lunch is being coordinated by Donna Terrill and Marlene Dooley. Watch for the sign-up clipboard before each service this week, or email Donna at to let her know what you can bring.

As Pastor Jim likes to say, “Please bring a dish…with food in it!”


Sign up is open for January’s KID’S NIGHT OUT!

Friday, January 10

6 to 10 pm in Lowrie Hall.

Cost is $20 for the first child, $10 per sibling.

Pizza, crafts, movies and fun!

This is a Community Event!

Click here for the sign-up page.


On a more somber note, a message from Dwain Martin, head of the newly-formed Emergency Response Team:

After the events at West Freeway Church of Christ has prompted me to step up our preparedness. I want to go ahead with an announcement of the emergency committee, and a call for volunteers. Here goes;

There is evil in this world, as evidenced by this past weekend. On Saturday an attack at a Rabbi’s home during a Hanukkah celebration, and Sunday gunman at the West Freeway Church of Christ here in our own backyard. To prevent something like this we need to be extra vigilant, and with our newly formed Emergency Response Team we are prepared to take on the task. But, we need your help. We need volunteers for ushers, security, and medical first aid. If you have any experience, or interest in these areas we could use your help.

If you can volunteer please contact me at

Thank you, and God bless, Dwain Martin


A quick personal note from your Communications Team: Thanks to all of you, Trinity Family, for your help and encouragement since we began this outreach project in earnest late last summer. Our reach – to each other, and to the community at-large – increases with each passing week. We wouldn’t have anything to Communicate if it wasn’t for this beautiful, loving congregation! Keep sending us your information, so we can keep telling Trinity’s story to the rest of the world.   – M.S.