Worship: Sundays @ 8:15, 9:40, 11:00 am | Wednesdays @ 6:35 pm
Celtic Rhythms: Keeping Time with God
The season of Lent (40 days from Ash Wednesday to Easter) is a time for deepening our faith. This year, we will let the Celts be our teachers in drawing closer to God's own heart. By exploring some core spiritual elements that define the Celtic tradition - finding God in the ordinary, seeking God in creation, silence and solitude, the Iorica (breastplate prayer), and the Celtic High Cross - perhaps you'll discover a new rhythm for daily living that helps you keep better time with God. Join us for this new message series on Sundays during Lent.

This week's message will be " Lift High the Cross," by Rev. Steve Price.
Desert Wanderings: Exploring Questions of Faith
This week we continue Desert Wanderings, our 6:35 worship series for Lent. Each week, one of our pastors will share a message based on your questions about faith. To submit yours, go here. At the end of worship each Wednesday, one of the questions received will be randomly drawn by a member of the congregation and become the focus for the following week's message.

This week's message will be based on the question, "How do we become less judgemental in our daily lives?" by Rev. Catherine Fluck Price.
Mission Box
This week's mission box will support the upcoming "On Mission Together" day on May 18 when we can ALL join together in a day of service. All donations will go to support various projects including construction, helping at local schools, meal packaging, and more. (Text giving: text amount and "mission" to 352-204-0163) 
Wednesday Night Dinners
There will not be a Wednesday Night Dinner this week, April 3. Join us next week when we resume on April 10 for food, fun & fellowship.  
Seder Meal
Join us April 18 at 5:30pm in the Worship Center for The Last Supper: A Journey Through Passover, as we explore the ways in which Jesus fulfilled and expanded our understanding of this ancient meal of remembrance that illuminates God's eternal plan for our freedom from slavery to sin and death through the sacrifice of the Pascal Lamb, Jesus Christ.

Tickets for dinner: $10  adults / $ 5  children 5 - 9. (Ages 0-4 eat free with a reservation). Menu: spinach salad, matzo, herb roast chicken, golden potatoes, honey carrots, and dessert. To order and pay online with credit/debit, click here. If you would prefer to pay by cash or check,  contact   Alice Wallis  (352-416-3016).
Easter Lily Dedications
Our Worship Center will be beautifully decorated with Easter Lilies again this year, and we hope that you will take an opportunity to dedicate one in honor or in memory of a loved one or friend. Please fill out the form on our website or contact   Alice (352-416-3016) to make your dedication! Orders are due by April 14. 
Are you looking for opportunities to serve? 
Join us for our Spring Festival on April 14 from 4-7pm. We have several fun opportunities available, click here for more information.

Easter is a time where we have many new guests and we want to help them feel welcomed.  If you have the gift of hospitality, and would like to help greet on Easter, please contact Kim Lewerenz (416-3074). There are 3 ways to help:
  1. Greeting and directing cars as they drive onto the campus
  2. Greeting, answering questions and directing folks outside near the entrances of the Worship Center and Education Building
  3. Greeting and intentionally connecting with folks right where you sit in worship by becoming a section leader
Adult Ministries
Tuesday Morning Moms (9:30 - 11:30am, room 203) will begin a new study called Joshua: Winning the Worry Battle on April 16.  Books are $14 and available at the Trinity Bookstore or on the first day of class.  Childcare is available. 
Caring & Support
The Widow/Widowers Group will meet on April 2 at 5:30pm at Northwest Grille (5115 NW 39th Avenue).
Save the date (and your money!) for the 5th annual Family Promise Bed Race on May 4! It will be held right here at Trinity from 9am to 12pm in front of the Worship Center. All money raised will help children and their families who are homeless. Come out and support Trinity's team(s) and have a great time. For more information, contact   Francis & Rosemary Davis.
Children & Family Ministries  
Summer Camp: Registration is OPEN for Summer Time Fun, Fusion, CrossTrainers, and Dance Camp summer camps. Sign up early, limited spaces fill up fast! Sign up links are available on our website.

Save the Date: June 3-7, 9am-12pm - Vacation Bible School's To Mars and Beyond where we will encounter the limitless power and love of God! VBS is for children going into Kindergarten through 6th grade. Registration begins April 8th. Is your child younger than PreK? Volunteer and your child can participate! Volunteers and their children can register today. 
Youth Ministries
UMYF Youth Group (Sundays, 5:30 - 7:30pm)
  • April 7 | 24 Hours That Changed the World. In this UMYF Lenten lesson series we'll spend time going through the last 24 hours of Jesus' life. We'll eat dinner, play games, have a lesson, and worship together. (Bring $3 to help supplement the cost of dinner.)
Wednesday Small Groups:
  • Youth Small Group: All students are invited to join our small group in the Youth Building on April 3 & 17, and May 1 from 6:30-7:30pm
  • Student Leadership Team Meetings on April 10 & 24, May 8 & 22 from 6:30-7:30pm
Youth Summer Mission TripsThis summer we have mission trip opportunities for both  middle schoolers  &  high schoolers . Please fill out the corresponding form's information and to indicate your student's interested in these trips.
Come See Me!: The Youth Staff wants to come see your sports & academic matches, concerts, and recitals! So, let us know when everything is happening by filling out this  Come See Me! Form.
Warren Willis Summer Camp: This year Trinity will be going to camp July 1-6 at Warren Willis United Methodist Camp. (You can go any week of the summer that you like, but we will be driving a van full of campers July 1-6). Middle & high schoolers can register here. If you have any questions please contact Rebekah
A Call for Creation Care
In his sermon on March 24, Steve started with a reflection back to St. Patrick's Prayer that we received a copy of on March 17.  I suppose I see in this prayer and the song, For the Beauty of the Earth, a call for action.  His words continued to echo thoughts on God's Creation and it being good. If you open your eyes you can see God everywhere. We were created good, and there is goodness in each of us. John Wesley walked the trails in the mountains and saw the beauty of the earth and our book of discipline calls for us to care for all creation, including the air, land and water. 
At such a time as this, I feel we need a start-up conversation about Trinity developing a Creation Care team.    If you are interested in being a part of this discussion please contact Jim McFarlane ( 352-448-5790).
Dressing Pastor Steve for Easter
While in Rwanda last month, Pastor Steve had this shirt custom-made by one of several ZOE graduates who now own and operate a tailor shop. Now you get to decide if we will all see him wearing it for worship on Easter Sunday. You can vote FOR the shirt with your contribution to the "YES, he wears it!" fund or AGAINST the shirt with your contribution to the "NO, he doesn't!" fund. All contributions to both funds will go toward supporting our ZOE kids. The fund with the most contributions wins.

You can "vote" on Sunday morning,  online here , or text the amount and either "yes" or "no" to 352-204-0163.
Altar Flowers
This week's Altar Flowers are given to the glory of God.
If you would like to provide the altar flowers, please contact Alice (416-3016). If you need to make arrangements for assistance or special accommodations during Sunday services, please contact Amy (416-3005) Monday - Thursday. If you would like to have your milestone birthday or birth of a new child announced in the Tuesday Word, please email Kelly
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