Sometimes doing ministry seems frightening.  It would be better if someone else did it.   Yet the truth is that God hears when his children cry out and He calls you and I to be His instruments of justice and mercy. Through the month of November we will explore the life of Moses together and see if we can find inspiration to be the best disciples God wants us to be.  Moses… Read More

On Wednesday, November 14th from 5:00 – 7:00 pm, fifteen local churches will be staying open late and Trinity UMC will be one of them! For the love our community, our sanctuary will be open for you to drop off donations of canned and packaged food for the Reno County Food Bank. When you shop for groceries, pick up a few extra items for the hungry in our community.  Bring them by… Read More

The poverty level in our community and in our world continues to increase at an alarming rate.  Focus groups such as Circles of Hope-Reno County and the Pathway of Hope program at the Salvation Army are working hard to curb the tide. The first step to dealing with poverty is understanding poverty.  “Bridges Out of Poverty”, written by Ruby Payne, is the place to begin.  We are offering an opportunity to attend… Read More

On Sunday, November 11th, we will receive a special offering to support the victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.  Trinity has a lengthy history of financially supporting this local agency for the vital work they do for families of Hutchinson and the surrounding community.  They offer free 24-hour crisis hotlines and support to anyone whose life has been affected by sexual assault or domestic violence. We all know the needs of… Read More

  The Forward in Unity Process Team of the Great Plains Conference invites you to learn more about the options shared by the Commission on a Way Forward, a group of 32 people who have worked to preserve unity within the United Methodist denomination despite differences over human sexuality. Bishop Ruben Saenz, Jr. is in the process of leading town hall meetings in all 17 districts leading up to the special session… Read More

Consider volunteering as a mentor or tutor for the Salthawk Community Support Program at Hutchinson High School! Mentors spend 15-30 minutes once a week with a student, visiting as a friend, playing games, or working on social skills. Tutors help with after school tutoring.  Some students just need encouragement and support.   Math tutors are especially needed! We’ll provide the training, background checks, and ongoing support. You provide the kindness. TOGETHER –… Read More

Whether you are considering the purchase of a niche in our columbarium or have made arrangements for your final resting place elsewhere, you have the opportunity to recognize yourself, a family member or a friend in our Memorial Garden by purchasing an engraved brick paver. Each 4” x 8” brick will hold up to two rows of twelve characters per row. Your purchase of a $100.00 engraved brick will not only ensure your… Read More

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