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 (Resumes Sept. 7)
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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Women's and Men's Bible Studies Thursdays at 7:00PM

*The men are studying lessons on prayer

*Stacie is leading a women's Bible Study on hospitality

 

 

Fantasy Football for Men, August 17, 6:00PM

*The men of Trinity will meet to pick their teams for the upcoming Fantasy Football League.
*Pizza will be provided (small donation)

 


Little Lambs 

The Little Lambs is up and running!  Susanne Morris heads up this summer activity. Please click here for the schedule!

 

Deacons' Meeting Saturday, August 23 at 9:00AM

*All Deacons should come to this meeting.  If you are unable to attend, please let Pastor Steve know as soon as possible.

 

Sunday School Will Resume September 7, 9:30AM

*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.

 

Trinity CC Annual Picnic - Sunday September 14th

*It will be a catered picnic at the Fred Taddeo Municipal Park (in Center Twp. Shelter 2) taking place after our worship service from 12:30-4:30pm.
*The cost is $10 per family - please sign your name if you are going (back table) and give your money to Lou Scarsella
 
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.

 

 

Backpacks for the Homeless

Purchase a new or used backpack and fill it with items.  One backpack is made of the following: short-sleeved t-shirt (XL, 1X, 2X, 3X -- used and clean okay), white ankle socks, gym bottle, plastic poncho, light-weight blanket, and a baseball cap, .  Personal care items include: bar of soap, wash cloth, toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, deoderant, and gum.  All or part of a backpack can be donated as well as monetary donations.  If items have logos from work or a company that is also okay.  Natalie Shoop will transfer these items to Light of Life Missions in Pittsburgh.

 

 

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)

 

 

 

 We Are In Need of Volunteers for Preschoolers

If you are interested, please see Stacie Vesolich to get on the rotation schedule.  

 

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 BreadSeptember 01 
Daily Devotionals
  • I Am Not Forgotten

    Waiting is hard at any time; but when days, weeks, or even months pass and our prayers seem to go unanswered, it’s easy to feel God has forgotten us. Perhaps we can struggle through the day with its distractions, but at night it’s doubly difficult to deal with our anxious thoughts. Worries loom large, and the dark hours seem endless. Utter weariness makes it look impossible to face the new day.

  • The Ultimate Sacrifice

    When Deng Jinjie saw people struggling in the water of the Sunshui River in the Hunan province of China, he didn’t just walk by. In an act of heroism, he jumped into the water and helped save four members of a family. Unfortunately, the family left the area while he was still in the water. Sadly, Jinjie, exhausted from his rescue efforts, was overwhelmed and swept away by the river current and drowned.

  • Step Up!

    When a woodchuck started eating our garage (well, just the trim), I bought a live trap with plans to transplant the little guy to a park. I baited it with an assortment of goodies and opened the trap door. The next morning, I was excited to see a little critter in my trap—until I noticed that it was no woodchuck. I had snared a skunk.

  • Terms Of Service

    If you’re like me, you seldom read the full text of contracts for online services before you agree to them. They go on for pages, and most of the legal jargon makes no sense to ordinary people like me.

  • A Picture Of Humility

    During the Easter season, my wife and I attended a church service where the participants sought to model the events that Jesus and His disciples experienced on the night before He was crucified. As part of the service, the church staff members washed the feet of some of the church volunteers. As I watched, I wondered which was more humbling in our day—to wash another person’s feet or to have someone else wash yours. Both those who were serving and those being served were presenting distinct pictures of humility.

  • Life’s Darkest Moments

    Charles Whittlesey was a hero’s hero. Leader of the so-called “Lost Battalion” in World War I, he was awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery when his unit was trapped behind enemy lines. When the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was dedicated, Charles was chosen to serve as pallbearer for the first soldier laid to rest there. Two weeks later, it is presumed that he ended his own life by stepping off a cruise ship in the middle of the ocean.

  • Spiritual Navigation

    Dava Sobel’s award-winning book Longitude describes a dilemma faced by early sailors. They could readily determine their latitude north or south of the equator by the length of the day or height of the sun. Calculating east/west longitude, however, remained complex and unreliable until English clockmaker John Harrison invented the marine chronometer. This was “a clock that would carry the true time from the home port . . . to any remote corner of the world,” thus enabling sailors to determine longitude.

  • More Than Waiting

    I don’t know how it works where you live, but when I have to call for a repair for one of my appliances, the company says something like, “The repairman will be there between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.” Since I don’t know when the repair person will arrive, all I can do is wait.

  • Memory Loss

    Sometimes when we face times of trouble, we may get spiritual amnesia and forget the grace of God. But a good way of reestablishing a thankful heart is to set aside undistracted time and deliberately remember God’s past provisions for us and give thanks.

  • Keeping Darkness At Bay

    In J. R. R. Tolkien’s book The Hobbit, the wizard Gandalf explains why he has selected a small hobbit like Bilbo to accompany the dwarves to fight the enemy. He says, “Saruman believes it is only great power that can hold evil in check, but that is not what I have found. I found it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.”