This Sunday we wrap up our series, "Why, God? Finding Hope in the Darkness." It sounds like it has been thought-provoking and encouraging for many of you. I invite you to come this week as we hear Job's response to God speaking out of the whirlwind. And you'll get to hear...."the rest of the story."
This weekend the Trinity campus will also be a beehive of activity as we host the Special Needs Resource Expo for Alachua County and the surrounding communities. We anticipate approximately 2,500 people coming to discover the resources available to the special needs community including those with autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental delays, behavioral challenges, physical disabilities, and more. We'll be extending Trinity hospitality to the community, and, if you're able to be a part of that, then please sign up here to get plugged in. It's as easy as a warm hello, directions to the restrooms, or assistance with set up or clean up, and will enable you to be a part of Trinity making an impact.
On Sunday afternoon, February 3, we'll also be offering the Cost of Poverty Experience immediately following worship in the Worship Center. Please consider being a part of this enlightening and interactive event which will give you a glimpse into the struggles and realities of individuals and families living in poverty. Trinty's Faith Mission team along with Ward Simonton will be leading. Click here to sign up. Space is limited.
Also, mark your calendars now for a special evening of worship and a celebration of Lenora Rousseau's ministry for the past 2 ½ years. On Wednesday, February 27 at 6:35, we'll give thanks for her time among us and say so long to the Rousseau family as they move to San Antonio, Texas and begin their next chapter. We sure will miss them, so stay tuned for more details.
Have a wonderful weekend and we'll see you Sunday!