Trinity Bible Church

For Christ, to God’s Glory, and Man’s Joy

Worship with Us | Sundays at 10:30 AM | Wednesdays at 7:00 PM

We are a Bible-believing Christian church seeking to promote the preeminence of Jesus Christ in the lives of people, through knowing, living, and speaking the truth in love, for the glory of God and the joy of all in Him.

Worship with Us

Sundays at 10:30 AM
(Sunday School at 9:00 AM)
Wednesdays at 7:00 PM

Trinity Bible Church

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Ladies Christmas Tea

TBC Women’s Christmas Fellowship – December 7 – Register Today

Christmas Eve Service

An evening of music and Scripture remembering the hope we have in Immanuel, God with us. – December 24

Biblical Worship Workshop

A day of Biblical and practical training in Worshiping in song – February 11 – Register Today

This Sunday! - Join us this Sunday, November 20 at 6:00 PM
A night of worship and devotion. Join us in giving thanks and remembering the faithfulness of our God together as a church family.
This coming Lord's day we have, by the grace of God, the privilege to gather in His name and for His glory. May we prepare our hearts and seek such privilege with eagerness and joy. We endeavor to make much of Christ through, scripture, prayer, song, and the preaching of His Word this Sunday.

This Sunday, “Guarantor of Glory” (Romans 5:2-5).

All who trust God in His gospel of promise are guaranteed glory in Christ through the Holy Spirit. This is Paul’s main point at the beginning of Romans 5. It speaks thoroughly of New Covenant hope. It also unmistakably extols the triunity of God and emphasizes that “salvation belongs to the LORD” (Jonah 2:9). As the saved sinner’s only boast is in God, so his final certainty of future glory rests in God, whom he trusts. This section begins by celebrating the consequences of justification and exulting in God as the one who guarantees our future glory.

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!
How deep the Father’s love for us?
How vast beyond all measure?
That He should give His only Son,
To make a wretch His treasure.
How great the pain of searing loss,
The Father turns His face away
As wounds which mar the chosen One,
Bring many sons to glory.
Each year Trinity Bible Church blesses our missionaries with a Christmas gift offering from our church body to all our support missionaries. Last year's offering was greatly appreciated and used to help offset costs of projects that could not be funded with existing budgets. If you desire to contribute this year to our Missions Christmas Gift, this can be done online through the link below. All funds received will be divided equally among our supported missionaries and sent to them by the end of the year. The deadline for contributions this year will be Sunday, December 11th.

Thank you for your prayers and generous support of our missionaries!
(Giving Link in Bio)
This coming Lord's day we have, by the grace of God, the privilege to gather in His name and for His glory. May we prepare our hearts and seek such privilege with eagerness and joy. We endeavor to make much of Christ through, scripture, prayer, song, communion, and the preaching of His Word this Sunday.

This Sunday, “Guaranteed Glory” (Romans 5:1-5).

All who trust God in His gospel of promise are guaranteed glory in Christ through the Holy Spirit. This is Paul’s main point at the beginning of Romans 5. It speaks thoroughly of New Covenant hope. It also unmistakably extols the triunity of God and emphasizes that “salvation belongs to the LORD” (Jonah 2:9). As the saved sinner’s only boast is in God, so his final certainty of future glory rests in God, whom he trusts. Paul has shown that all are corrupt and culpable (1:18–3:20), but that by faith in Christ a sinner can be set right with God (3:21–4:25). Now, in chapters 5 through 6, he expounds upon the glories of life in Christ. Justification by faith alone has definite consequences. This section begins by celebrating the consequences of justification by faith in Christ and exulting in God as the one who guarantees our future glory.

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!
What is our hope in life and death?
Christ alone, Christ alone.
What is our only confidence?
That our souls to Him belong.
Who holds our days within His hand?
What comes, apart from His command?
And what will keep us to the end?
The love of Christ, in which we stand.
International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians
Sunday, November 6 at 6:00 p.m.

Please join us for a time of prayer for our brothers and sisters in Christ who are facing tremendous persecution all over the world. Many of our brothers and sisters in Christ suffer for His name. While elections, inflation, interest rates, and gas prices rob our first-world attention, the cost of bearing Christ’s name in other parts of the world is of first concern. Many practical and needful things place demands on our time, but as Christians we recognize the need to prioritize prayer. Without a doubt, praying together for our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ is the most effective way that we can minister to their needs in love and testify to our unity and fellowship together with them in Christ.

Join us Sunday, November 6 at 6:00pm, for a special guided prayer service on the International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. As a church we count this a cause most worthy of our time. Churches all over the world will participate in a concerted effort to pray for those who face severe opposition for Christ and for the advance of gospel.

Why gather to pray? Just as an earthly father delights to see his children come together before him to express their hearts as united with one voice, so our heavenly Father delights not only in His children praying but His children gathering together before Him as united with one voice.

Let us remember that the meekness and might of any body of Christ will be best known in her heart for prayer. Let us please our heavenly Father, love our persecuted brothers and sisters, and partner together in the ministry of prayer, for God’s glory and the everlasting joy of man.
Biblical Worship Workshop at TBC
This is for you if:
• You serve on a worship team as a vocalist or instrumentalist
• You're interested in what the Bible has to say about worship in song
• You want to hone your musical skills with practical training

Join us on Saturday, February 11, 2023 as we take a day to look at the Biblical foundation of why we sing, and why we serve our congregations in music. Most importantly, we’ll examine from Scripture the heart of the worshiper. We’ll also have practical training workshops with our clinicians to freshen our musical skills, focusing on how we prepare to lead with excellence in our Sunday services.

Guest clinicians: John Martin, Steve Lively

For more info and to register, check out the link in our bio.

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