Worship: Sundays @ 8:15, 9:40, 11:00 am | Wednesdays @ 6:35 pm
Ash Wednesday
Join us on March 1 at 6:35pm for a special time of worship marking Ash Wednesday, the first day of the season of Lent
.   This day historically marks the beginning of a time of preparation for persons of Christian faith. We turn our hearts to God and recommit to walking the journey that will lead us to the cross, where we encounter the depth of God's love, and on to an empty grave, where we find hope in the power of God's love even over death. It will also serve as the kickoff to our Lent worship series, The Restoration Project. If you are unable to make it to the service, we will be live streaming from our website or YouTube channel at 6:35pm.
Wednesday Lenten Worship Services
Each Wednesday throughout the holy season of Lent, we will be reflecting on the traditional "last seven words" of Christ from the cross. Join us in the Chapel for the 6:35 service where together we will seek to move into a deeper appreciation of the passion of Christ.
Mission Box 
This week's Mission Box goes to support One Great Hour of Sharing. This offering is taken during Lent and provides major support for immediate assistance in the wake of natural and human-caused disasters and helps support ongoing ministries of food, shelter, health and peace. One Great Hour of Sharing giving allows 100% of designated gifts to be used for the specified disaster response or other ministry. (text 2 give keyword: sharing) 
The Restoration Challenge
A 40 day journey of spiritual, mental, and physical renewal. This Lent, we invite you to accept The Restoration Challenge by participating in one or more of the following spiritual disciplines that are intended to work together to bring renewal - spiritually, mentally, and physically - as we seek follow to Christ by loving God and loving others as we love ourselves.  Join the Challenge!
Praying Our Way Forward
As a way of supporting and encouraging the Commission for a Way Forward, the United Methodist Council of Bishops launched a parallel movement entitled "Praying Our Way Forward," a 75-week period during which every conference in the denomination is asking members in every church to be in prayer that week. This week, February 26-March 4, is the time assigned to the Florida Conference. Let us join together with other churches in our conference and pray our way forward. More information.
Wednesday Night Dinner
Join us for food, fun and fellowship! The menu for March 1 is pasta primavera, garlic bread, cheese pizza, tomato soup, salad, and dessert. Gluten free/dairy free options are available. The kitchen will be open from 5 - 6:30pm. Adult meals are $7, children 6 and up are $3, 0-5 eat free with a $25 family cap.
Children's Ministry 
We are currently accepting applications for Trinity's 6 week summer camp staff positions: Summer Time Fun & CrossTrainers. If you are interested and would like more information please contact McCall Griggs .

Candy Collection: We are collecting individually wrapped candy for our Easter Celebration treat bags. Please take your candy donation to the Children's Ministries office (rm 108) by March 26.
Send your "Lucky Charms" to our next Parent's Night Out (PNO) on March 3 from 5:30-8:30pm. PNO is our themed, monthly Friday evening activity for kids age 1 (and walking) through 5th grade. $12/ child, $30 family cap (includes dinner and activities). Contact Virginia Lewis for more information. Register by March 1.  
Ash Wednesday- YALL will be joining the rest of the congregation in the Chapel at 6:35.

UMYF- Join us on March 5 at 5:30pm in the youth building to welcome JJ, our new Youth Director! You'll have a chance to meet him and he'll share some of his story with us. Please bring $3 for snack supper.
Lenten Study on Fasting (Wednesdays, March 8 - 29, 6:30-7:30pm, E222).  Fasting has been called the forgotten spiritual discipline. Although it is found throughout Scripture, it is often neglected by modern Christians. Is there power in fasting? Does it really make a difference? How does fasting relate to prayer? In this study, the author, Ashlee Alley considers the biblical basis for fasting and explores ways modern Christians can make this ancient discipline part of their faith walk. Led by Jan Sims. Class materials are $10 and available on the first day of class or the Bookstore. Childcare is available. Register Now.

Thursday Morning Bible Study
 ( 10:30 - 11:30am , E211) begins a  Lenten study called The Questions of Jesus on   March 2 that will run through Lent and beyond.  Jesus only directly answers 3 of the 193 questions that he is asked in the four gospels.  Join us in exploring those questions helpful to a Lenten experience. 

Trinity Singles Sunday School class (11am, E225) will begin a new book study on March 5 called The Life You've Always Wanted: Spiritual Disciplines for Ordinary People by John Ortberg.  If you would like to order a book, stop by the Bookstore on Sunday or contact Kim Lewerenz (416-3074).  
Families on a Mission Sunday School class  ( 11am, Youth Building) will begin a Lenten study on   March 5  called  Final Words From the Cross by Adam Hamilton.  Books will be available at the Bookstore on   March 5 for $12. 

New participants are always welcome for all Bible Studies and Sunday School classes!
Christian love and sympathy is extended to Charles "Ed" Newmans and family on the passing of his father, Charles T. Newmans on February 20, and to Thomas Gager and family on the passing of his father, William "Bill" Gager Jr. on February 23.

This week's altar flowers are given to the Glory of God.

If you would like to provide the altar flowers or need to make arrangements for assistance or special accommodations during Sunday services, please contact Shannon (416-3005) Monday - Thursday. If you would like to have your milestone birthday announced, please email Kelly
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