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 .

 

 

Children's Christmas Play Practice at 9:30A.M.

Christmas play practice for Christmas Eve starts for our children during Sunday School hour at 9:30a.m.

 

 

 

Free Blood Pressure Testing At Trinity - November 16

On Sunday, November 16, Kay Pfahlert will conduct free blood pressure tests.  This will take place immediately after our worship service in the side room in the front of the sanctuary.

 

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

*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 BreadNovember 23 
Daily Devotionals
  • Outlasting Bitterness

    During the Second World War, Corrie ten Boom’s family owned a watchmaking business in the Netherlands, and they actively worked to protect Jewish families. Eventually, the entire ten Boom family was sent to a concentration camp, where Corrie’s father died 10 days later. Her sister Betsie also died in the camp. While Betsie and Corrie were in the camp together, Betsie’s faith helped to strengthen Corrie’s.

  • The Warmth Of The Sun

    On a November day in 1963, the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson and Mike Love wrote a song quite unlike the band’s typically upbeat tunes. It was a mournful song about love that’s been lost. Mike said later, “As hard as that kind of loss is, the one good that comes from it is having had the experience of being in love in the first place.” They titled it “The Warmth of the Sun.”

  • Dealing With Distractions

    A restaurant owner in the village of Abu Ghosh, just outside Jerusalem, offered a 50-percent discount for patrons who turned off their cell phones. Jawdat Ibrahim believes that smartphones have shifted the focus of meals from companionship and conversation to surfing, texting, and business calls. “Technology is very good,” Ibrahim says. “But . . . when you are with your family and your friends, you can just wait for half an hour and enjoy the food and enjoy the company.”

  • Can You Help?

    The administrators of the high school in Barrow, Alaska, were tired of seeing students get into trouble and drop out at a rate of 50 percent. To keep students interested, they started a football team, which offered them a chance to develop personal skills, teamwork, and learn life lessons. The problem with football in Barrow, which is farther north than Iceland, is that it’s hard to plant a grass field. So they competed on a gravel and dirt field.

  • Goodbye

    When Max Lucado participated in a half-Ironman triathlon, he experienced the negative power of complaint. He said, “After the 1.2-mile swim and the 56-mile bike ride, I didn’t have much energy left for the 13.1-mile run. Neither did the fellow jogging next to me. He said, ‘This stinks. This race is the dumbest decision I’ve ever made.’ I said, ‘Goodbye.’” Max knew that if he listened too long, he would start agreeing with him. So he said goodbye and kept running.

  • Rooted Love

    When I think of all the wonders of God’s magnificent creation, I am especially awed by the giant sequoia tree. These amazing behemoths of the forest can grow to around 300 feet tall with a diameter that exceeds 20 feet. They can live over 3,000 years and are even fire resistant. In fact, forest fires pop the sequoia cones open, distributing their seeds on the forest floor that has been fertilized by the ashes. Perhaps the most amazing fact is that these trees can grow in just 3 feet of soil and withstand high winds. Their strength lies in the fact that their roots intertwine with other sequoias, providing mutual strength and shared resources.

  • Defeated Adversary

    The roaring lion is the legendary “king of the jungle.” But the only lions many of us see are the lethargic felines that reside in zoos. Their days are filled with lots of rest, and their dinner is served to them without the lions having to lift a single paw.

  • Amazing Guide

    When actors and actresses make a movie, it’s the director who sees the “big picture” and the overall direction. Actress Marion Cotillard admits she didn’t understand everything the director was doing in one of her recent films. She said, “I found it very interesting to allow myself to be lost, because I knew that I had this amazing guide. . . . You abandon yourself for a story and a director that will make it all work.”

  • Windfall

    Upon winning $314 million in a 2002 lottery, a happy business owner expressed noble desires. He wanted to start a charitable foundation, put laid-off workers back on the job, and do nice things for his family. Already wealthy, he told reporters the big win wouldn’t change him.

  • Heartbreak And Hope

    When American country singer George Jones died at the age of 81, his fans remembered his remarkable voice and his hard life and personal struggles. While many of his songs reflected his own despair and longing, it was the way he sang them that touched people deeply. Chicago Tribune music critic Greg Kot said, “His voice was made for conveying heartbreak.”