July 16, 2021
If you can't be with us in person this Sunday, join us via live-stream (morning only).


Jesus Christ, Our Lord

Rev. Larry Westerveld
We learn more about Jesus by learning more about the names and titles by which he is revealed to us in the Bible. Join us Sunday morning as we continue in our summer sermon series exploring a few of those names and titles. This week we’ll trace the line from God’s self-revelation as “LORD” in the Old Testament to the confession as old as the early church - Jesus is Lord!

Acts 1:22-24
...beginning from the baptism of John until the day when he was taken up from us—one of these men must become with us a witness to his resurrection.” And they put forward two, Joseph called Barsabbas, who was also called Justus, and Matthias. And they prayed and said, “You, Lord, who know the hearts of all, show which one of these two you have chosen ...
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This Week's Musical Offerings

This week, our very own Isaac and Caleb Mansor will sing The Servant Song.




East of Eden

Intern Mr. Filipe Schulz 

We all miss something from our past. Maybe you are not physically distant from where you grew up or were raised, but sometimes a smell, a sound, a taste can bring back cherished memories of the past and of loved ones who are not with us anymore. The distance is not so much spatial but temporal. We all have dear somethings or someones too far away or too long gone.

Our text this evening talks about similar longings. It is a cry and a lament for something dear which is now lost. It is a bluesy song that rings sad notes in our ears and leaves the bitter and salty taste of tears in our mouths. And as we sing together with our forefathers the laments of exile in Babylon, we can learn a lot of where we are, how we live now that we are here, and how God reached out his mighty hand to set things right. 

Psalm 137
By the waters of Babylon,
there we sat down and wept,
when we remembered Zion.

On the willows there
we hung up our lyres.

For there our captors
required of us songs,
and our tormentors, mirth, saying,
“Sing us one of the songs of Zion!”

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Greeters Needed
Do you have a passion for welcoming our community and guests as we worship together? Consider joining Trinity's revived Greeter Team. Along with recent changes in our church life together we are excited to return to a more robust ministry in greeting and welcoming guests to the church. As before, Meghan Briggs continues to lead our greeting efforts especially by coordinating our Greeter Team schedule. If you have been a part of that ministry in the past you should have already received an invitation from Meghan to volunteer. If you have not been involved but would like to sign up or know more, you may talk to or email Meghan ( 

We are delighted to return to many of our previous greeting practices. We also hope to seize the opportunity to implement some of the desires we expressed in last year's Welcoming Church month. Whether you are new to the Greeter Team or have served for a long time you can look forward to a Greeter Orientation session coming soon when Meghan will help us think about best greeting practices.

Erikson Rojas in Concert
With John Silva

Join us on Friday, August 6 at 7:30 p.m. to experience Cuban-American pianist Erikson Rojas' rich and varied performance of music from Cuba, Spain, Germany, and beyond.

We're excited to announce that Trinity's John Silva will join Erikson to perform a selection of Brahms Hungarian Dances for 4 hands. You won't want to miss it!


Reception to follow.
A men’s small group has begun meeting by Zoom on Friday mornings (8:00-9:15 am).  We read together from St. Augustine's Confessions and discuss it as we go. Each session is concluded with a time of prayer.  All Trinity men are welcome. If you have any interest, speak to Jack Swann.
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First Catechism Review


101. What is the eighth commandment?

The eighth commandment is "You shall not steal." (NKJV)

102. What does the eighth commandment teach you?
Not to take anything that belongs to someone else.

103. What is the ninth commandment?
The ninth commandment is "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor." (NKJV)

104. What does the ninth commandment teach you?Never to lie, but to tell the truth at all times.

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Want to Join a Home Bible Study?

Contact Tom Tomer, who leads the Oreland group on Wednesday nights at 7:30.  They'll be continuing over the summer, beginning with a study of Paul's letter to Philemon. 


Notes that are sure to help your children as they watch and listen to the online worship service.

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