Trinity Community Church

118 Community College Dr.

Center Twp./Monaca, PA 15061

Phone: 724-728-1125

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Trinity Community Church
              
Building God's Kingdom By Building God's People
 
Sunday Morning Service - 10:30 AM
Sunday School - 9:30 AM
Thursday Night Bible Study - 7:00 PM
 
 
 We are so happy you decided to visit.  We are a non-denominational church located in Center Twp (Monaca), PA. 
 
 
 
        
Announcements below...
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Bible Study Thursdays at 7:00PM

*The Bible Study will be based on the movie God Is Not Dead .

 

 

 

Little Lambs Activity: Saturday, October 25

*The Little Lambs will be visiting the Janoski's Farm in Clinton, PA

*We will go to the Pumpkin Patch

*Meet at Trinity at 10:30am

*Cost is $6/person

 

Work Day at Choices Pregnancy Center in Center Twp. Monday,October 20

*This will be a ministry for men, women, and teens.

*The time will be 11:00am-4:00pm

*Please contact Carol Weiss for more details.

The Men Will Meet to Pray Saturday, Oct. 25

*The men are gathering to pray for one hour from 9:00am-10:00am.  We are calling all men to be the spiritual leaders of their homes.

 

Trinity's Helping Hands

Trinity's Helping Hands (formerly Backpacks for the Homeless) is a group of individuals willing to volunteer their time and talents to help the homeless and needy people in our community.  We provide backpacks filled with items required for daily hygiene and warmth as well as clothing when possible.  This new ministry can go in many directions.  Our mission is to follow God's Word.  "...Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you do for me." Matt. 25:40

Operation Christmas Child - Deadline November 16

1. Choose boy or girl and select an age group: 2-4, 5-9, or 10-14

2. Fill a shoe box with items listed on the sheet

3. Enclose shoebox with $7 in an envelope for shipping (this can also be done online with printout) and tape label on the outside of the box and place a rubberband around the box.

 

Sunday School Has Resumed

*Invest in your family's future.  Bring your family to Sunday School.  It begins at 9:30AM on Sundays.

*Children of all ages and adults classes.

Click here for the adult Sunday School information

 

Church Directory Starring You!

The Church Directory is under the Member Access Tab above!  Email Amy Langelli for directions to check your family's information! itzamyme@hotmail.com  OR - watch this video if you already have the password: VIDEO tutorial

IF YOU HAVE/WANT A NEW FAMILY PHOTO, PLEASE LET ME (Amy) KNOW. :)  If any other information needs updated, please also let me know.

Crossroads Men's Shelter

This is a men's homeless shelter located in Beaver Falls.  Donate socks and warm clothes on the table downstairs.

 

Free Fitness Class for Women at Trinity

This is a free class featuring a combination of aerobics, pilates, and cardio. It is held on TUESDAYS from 6:30-7:30pm.  The instructor is Lisa Vesolich (B.A. in Musical Theater & Dance)

 

 

 

Hospice Clothing Drive at Trinity

Donate new or gently used polo shirts for men (all sizes) and dusters or nightgowns for women.  This will be an ongoing ministry at Trinity to bless those in hospice care.  Please contact Kay Pfahlert for more details.

     

                  

Interested in Becoming a Member of Trinity?

If you would like to become a member of Trinity, please see Pastor Steve.

 

Trying to be Tech Savvy?

So are we.  If you would like to receive updates via email on Trinity's upcoming events, please fill out this form: http://www.trinityofcenter.com/Member_Access/

 

           

We Need More Nursery Volunteers

Our nursery is growing and we need more people to help in this ministry.  Please see Stacie Vesolich if you are interested.

 Sunday School Volunteers

If you are interested in teaching Sunday School for our children, please see Stacie Vesolich.

 

 
If you are the head of a ministry... click here

 

 
 
 
Our Daily BreadOctober 24 
Daily Devotionals
  • Tiny Island

    Singapore is a tiny island. It’s so small that one can hardly spot it on the world map. (Try it, if you don’t already know where Singapore is.) Because it is densely populated, consideration of others is especially important. A man wrote to his fiancée who was coming to Singapore for the first time: “Space is limited. Therefore . . . you must always have that sense of space around you. You should always step aside to ensure you are not blocking anyone. The key is to be considerate.”

  • Clean The Closet

    To this day I can still hear my mother telling me to go and clean up my room. Dutifully, I would go to my room to start the process, only to get distracted by reading the comic book that I was supposed to put neatly in the stack. But soon the distraction was interrupted by my mother warning that she would be up in 5 minutes to inspect the room. Unable to effectively clean the room in that time, I would proceed to hide everything I didn’t know what to do with in the closet, make the bed, and then wait for her to come in—hoping that she wouldn’t look in the closet.

  • One Who Understands

    My friend’s husband was in the last stages of dementia. In his first introduction to the nurse who was assigned to care for him, he reached out for her arm and stopped her. He said he wanted to introduce her to his best friend—one who loved him deeply.

  • Undeserved Praise

    Even before I could afford a self-cleaning oven, I managed to keep my oven clean. Guests even commented on it when we had them over for a meal. “Wow, your oven is so clean. It looks like new.” I accepted the praise even though I knew I didn’t deserve it. The reason my oven was clean had nothing to do with my meticulous scrubbing; it was clean because I so seldom used it.

  • A War Of Words

    On July 28, 1914, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia in response to the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie. Within 90 days, other European countries had taken sides to honor their military alliances and pursue their own ambitions. A single event escalated into World War I, one of the most destructive military conflicts of modern time.

  • The Right Foundation

    I’ve got bad news for you,” said the builder, who was renovating an old house I had inherited. “When we started to convert the back half of the garage for your office, we found that the walls had almost no foundation. We will have to demolish them, dig proper foundations, and start again.”

  • A Genuine Friend

    In the novel Shane, a friendship forms between Joe Starrett, a farmer on the American frontier, and Shane, a mysterious man who stops to rest at the Starrett home. The men first bond as they work together to remove a giant tree stump from Joe’s land. The relationship deepens as Joe rescues Shane from a fight and Shane helps Joe improve and guard his farmland. The men share a sense of mutual respect and loyalty that reflects what Scripture says: “Two are better than one . . . . If they fall, one will lift up his companion” (Eccl. 4:9-10).

  • From Peeker To Seeker

    When our daughter was too young to walk or crawl, she created a way to hide from people when she wanted to be left alone or wanted her own way. She simply closed her eyes. Kathryn reasoned that anyone she couldn’t see also couldn’t see her. She used this tactic in her car seat when someone new tried to say hello; she used it in her highchair when she didn’t like the food; she even used it when we announced it was bedtime.

  • Mysterious Detours

    Before my wife and I embarked on a 400-mile road trip, I set up the GPS with our daughter’s home in Missouri as the destination. As we traveled through Illinois, the GPS instructed us to get off the Interstate, resulting in a detour through the city of Harvey. After the GPS directed us back to I-80, I was baffled by this mysterious detour. Why were we directed off a perfectly good highway?

  • Seeing Upside Down

    In India I worshiped among leprosy patients. Most of the medical advances in the treatment of leprosy came about as a result of missionary doctors, who were willing to live among patients and risk exposure to the dreaded disease. As a result, churches thrive in most major leprosy centers. In Myanmar I visited homes for AIDS orphans, where Christian volunteers try to replace parental affection the disease has stolen away. The most rousing church services I have attended took place in Chile and Peru, in the bowels of a federal prison. Among the lowly, the wretched, the downtrodden—the rejected of this world—God’s kingdom takes root.