If you've wanted to remind someone of what's important, one last time ...
Or if you've wondered what's true and what's not when it comes to Jesus ...
Or maybe it feels like it's taking a long time for Jesus to return ...
Then 2 Peter is for you!
Our new teaching series, "A Certain Faith" taking in the second letter written by the Apostle Peter will begin on Sunday 30 September. Bible Study Groups will begin in 2 Peter during the week prior.
2 Peter is a letter in which the Apostle gives a final reminder to his readers of the faith that has been passed down to them. He is conscious that his own life is drawing to an end and he wants his friends to continue to grow in faith and maturity after he has left them. Peter knows that they will be living out their faith in an environment in which false messages about Jesus will spring up, and he is eager for them to be able discern the truth from error, and cling to what is true. And Peter knows that even though believers are still waiting for Jesus' return, it is sure and guaranteed, and those who belong to Jesus must be ready and about their master's work.
So it's easy to see what application 2 Peter might have for us!
You can download the study guide for 2 Peter here, and please join us on Sundays at 10 AM, from 30 September.
But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever! Amen.
2 Peter 3:18
Junior Youth Bible Study
Kids Church: Three parables
Kids Church: The unmerciful servant
Can you be both alive and dead at the same time?
This Sunday, 2 September, we're continuing our journey through the Apostle Paul's letter to the Romans. We're in chapter 6 this week. You might like to read ahead to get the most out of Sunday.
And as it's Father's Day, we'll have a special small gift for all the men in our church family!
Romans 6:1-14 New International Version (NIV)
Joining a church can sometimes feel a little like suddenly becoming part of a very large family!
We love having new people join our church family, and if you're new at Trinity we're eager to make the transition as easy as possible for you!
A Welcome Lunch is your chance to meet some other people who are new-ish, a few people who have been around a bit longer, and to enjoy a meal together. There's an opportunity for you to ask any questions that you might have about our church, who's who, and how things work at Trinity.
Our next Welcome Lunch is Sunday, 9 September, 1 PM at Clayton & Kathy Fopp's home in Littlehampton. If you've been around for a few weeks or months, and would like to get to know your new Trinity family a little better, please join us!
Please join us!
Junior Youth Bible Study
We're gathering to pray on Wednesday September 12, 8 - 9:15 PM at Cornerstone College
While we pray in all sorts of ways and on all manner of occasions, it is especially good to join together in prayer. Gathering as a church to pray gives us an opportunity as a family to bring our concerns to God, and to join with each other in thanking God for his goodness to us! Of course, lots of Christians also find it really encouraging to listen to others pray, and to learn from the prayers of other believers.
This Prayer Gathering will be hosted and led by our Wednesday Evening Expats Bible Study Group.
And you can be part of it!
Please join us Wednesday September 12, at 8 PM, in Paideia at Cornerstone College, where we meet on Sundays. There will be no evening TMB Bible Studies this week. All groups will be joining in the Prayer Gathering.You'll be able to pray for a range of areas in our church life and beyond, sing some songs, enjoy quietness for reflection and prayer, and be encouraged through the prayers of others. You can pray out loud, or not. And if you come 15 minutes early, at 7:45, coffee will be served!
Kids Church: parables
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