NOVEMBER SERMON SERIES November 3rd What’s Missing? YouWhen we go to God in prayer, it’s important to be “wholly present”. Fear, poor self-awareness or insecurity are things that keep us from being completely in God’s presence. November 10thWhat’s Missing: GodWhich God to you pray to? This week we will learn the important of understanding the vastness of God. November 17thWhat’s Missing: PrayerWhat a gift it is to pray. To go to God… Read More

During this holiday season, we have several opportunities to make things “Merry & Bright” for children, youth and families in our community: WINTER WARMIESSundays, November 3, 10 & 17Hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, pajamas & slipper socks will be collected and given to local agencies for distribution. Bring these items to the collection baskets in the entryways. GIVING TREESSundays, November 3, 10 & 17Pick a star or bell (or both) from the trees… Read More

Ending hunger in Reno County isn’t a job for one church or one organization. It takes a group, a group of people who believe that together we make a difference. Trinity is joining with fourteen other local churches to collect donations of these non-perishable foods for the Reno County Food Bank:pasta, peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, cereal, canned meats, vegetables, fruits, and canned soups. On Wednesday, November 20, from 5:00 – 7:00… Read More

Are you thirsty for the word of God? Calling all younger adults (20-30 year olds) to join together for a Bible study on Tuesday nights at 7:00 pm beginning October 8th. This is an informal group, designed as a way for young adults to come together and share the joys and challenges of being a Christian in this generation. The group will meet at the home of Reid and Mary Rain, 520… Read More

Circles of Hope-Reno County is a community initiative helping families with limited resources improve their circumstances. At Circles, we teach the skills necessary to build financial stability. Allies serve a very important role in this process. Allies are volunteer advocates who help Circles participants (Circle Leaders) work toward creating their future story, rooted in financial stability. Every Ally forms an intentional friendship with a Circle Leader, walking beside them during the time… Read More

Salthawk Community Support is expanding! We’re only in our second year of partnering with other churches and civic organizations to fund the SCS program at Hutchinson High School and we are already seeing the need to expand!  The SCS program currently funds two on-site staff persons who provide crisis intervention, social and emotional support, behavior intervention, and academic support for the HHS students.   In addition, we offer mentoring and tutoring as well… 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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