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We are so glad that you have visited with us today.
We hope you will be able to find everything you need but if you have any questions please contact us on 352 317 5143 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a Christian Church that believes it is humanity that places boundaries on God's love and not God.
Therefore the mission of Trinity MCC is to spread the message of God's inclusive love.
May your day be blessed by the God of your understanding.
Sadly our musician and Choir Director, Jonathan left on 15th April, having finished his Masters at Uni . He is moving on to exciting opportunities in San Franciso; we will wish him well but of course will miss him.
So......we have a wonderful opportunity for someone who would like to join staff at Trinity MCC. We are looking for a Music Director who is gifted with being able to direct a choir, and can play for our worship services; piano, keyboard or organ.
Call the office or email email@example.com for an application pack.
May 2nd 2016
We are nearing the end of a sermon series entitled 'You made a Difference'. This series has looked at some of the characters from the Bible and the difference they made at that time and how we can translate that to today. The first week we looked at John the Baptist and how he did so much of the ground work and then Jesus took the glory; this is like life and how we need people to lay the seeds for those who are yet to come.
The next Sunday we looked at Thomas and how he is always known as the doubter however he was more of a logical thinker and just needed to work things out and once he did that he could move forward. Did you know he went far and wide spreading the Good News of God's inclusive love before he was martyred? Everyone has doubts at times in their lives, we want to give the space at Trinity MCC for people to explore their doubts and ask questions.
Then we looked at Peter - the man who was the rock of the church however he denied Jesus, he fell asleep when he was supposed to keep watch and the man who doubted whether he could join Jesus on the water. He made mistakes but become the rock of the rock of the church.
Then we looked at Mary and Martha - and how you need balance in your life. Being too busy to hear the word of God is not healthy, however to sit and reflect and pray to God and not realize you are the answer to some of the prayers is not healthy either.
Last Sunday we looked at Rahab - now this is a woman with a great story to tell and we had to consider the question of what we would do for social justice? Would we stand together? Would we protect those who needed us to protect them? Did you know there is a group that is called We'ss Go With You - for people who will eswcort trans people to the bathroom if they feel too scared to go alone with the publicizing of the new 'Bathroom Bill' in so many states. There is a lot that we can do - but we need to be willing to step out for justice.
This Sunday is the last in the series and we wll be looking at Elizabeth and combining this with our Mothering Sunday celebrations.
Wishing you a blessed week.
Rev Catherine Dearlove
Office (352) 495-3378 or Cell (352) 317-5143