Join us for our annual Family Snowflake Festival on Friday, January 31, 2020 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm for a FREE family fun night. Games! Crafts! Food! Fun! Open to the public. This event is sponsored by Preschool at Trinity (1150 W. Cavour, Fergus Falls, MN) in conjunction with the Fergus Falls Frostbite Festival.
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We will recognize Sanctity of Life on Sunday, January 26th. We will welcome special guest Becky Weers from the Welcome House Thrift Store. She will give us an update on opening a local maternity house. The Human Care Board will be serving fellowship that Sunday. Please help us collect the below listed items for the Welcome House. A collection table is located near the Church Office. † Diapers of all sizes, but especially newborn and size
ADDITIONAL DAYTIME STUDY ADDED! Join us for a Bible study which exposes false teachings so that we can remain faithful to God’s Word. David Hauser will facilitate the study using the CPH book One Truth Many Lies. This study has 12 lessons. Two days and times are available for this Bible study. It will be held on Wednesdays at 10:30 am beginning January 8th AND on Thursdays at 7:00 pm beginning January 9th. Please sign up in
Trinity has been supporting the missionary work of Delano and Linda Meyer and Jacque Breman as they teach better agricultural methods to farmers in various regions of Africa. They also hold classes in Christian marriage and family living. Visit http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8582353.stm to read how a farmer in Zambia applied conservation methods and increased his production of maize and groundnuts. This has allowed him to pay for his children’s education and enjoy other benefits of successful farming.
Confessing the Faith QUESTION: Our pastor pours water over the head of the person being baptized. I’ve had people tell me that all the people of the Bible, including Jesus, were baptized using the immersion method. Why doesn’t our church follow the way Jesus was baptized by John? ANSWER: On the basis of the evidence provided in the New Testament, it is not possible to prove that the term “baptize” always referred to baptism by