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.

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Trinity Bible Church

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What’s Happening at TBC

Annual Meeting

Sunday, January 29
Recalling the Lord’s goodness and a look forward to the new year.

Biblical Worship Workshop

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

Missions Sunday

Sunday, March 5
Making much of Christ in celebrating the work of missions in the world through TBC.

Coram Deo Conference

Join us for this year’s Coram Deo Conference, “Solus Christus: Wounded and Worthy” – April 28-29

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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 praying His Word, reading His Word, singing His Word, and preaching His Word. We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!

This Sunday, “A Body Built Up in Love” (Ephesians 4:11-16) from our mini-series “A People for God: Renewing the Mind of the Church”.

The church is beloved as the bride of Christ, who nourishes and cherishes her as His own body (Ephesians 5:29). Christ loves His bride and calls us to join Him in that love, which nourishes and cherishes her. And this is overtly practical. It is immediately connected to the health and growth of His church. Growth is not measured in size but in similarity to Christ. While Christ gives her life and all that she needs for it, here we are reminded that we are all responsible to steward the gifts that He gives to build her up in love. This sermon seeks to help us minister to one another effectively, for the glory of Christ and the gladness of His bride, the church.
‘Mid toil and tribulation and tumult of her war,
She waits the consummation of peace forever more;
Till with the vision glorious her longing eyes are blest,
And the great Church victorious shall be the Church at rest.
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 praying His Word, reading His Word, singing His Word, and preaching His Word. We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!

This Sunday, “The Bride’s Melodious Boast - Part 2” (Ephesians 5:18-21) from our new mini-series “A People for God: Renewing the Mind of the Church”.

The church is beloved as a bride. To Christ, she is beloved beyond anything she presently sees or senses. Nevertheless, she has taken into her heart as true and certain the testimonies and promises of this love. As a result, she has been graciously transformed—with newly made affections and expressions. While Christ has given her many gifts, one stands above all others for the united expression of her new heart. One gift uniquely exemplifies her marriage and celebrates her love. It powerfully extols her Husband and expresses her delight in Him. No other gift is so wonderfully emblematic of her chief end. With a new heart, she has been given a new song. The bride’s melodious boast is a blessed testimony to her love and devotion to her Beloved. This message focuses on the purpose and priority of singing.

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!
All people that on earth do dwell,
Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice;
Him serve with fear, His praise forthtell;
Come ye before Him and rejoice.

The Lord, you know, is God indeed;
Without our aid He did us make;
We are His flock, He doth us feed,
And for His sheep He doth us take.

O enter then His gates with praise;
Approach with joy His courts unto;
Praise, laud and bless His name always,
For it is seemly so to do.

For why? the Lord our God is good,
His mercy is forever sure;
His truth at all times firmly stood,
And shall from age to age endure.
This conference aims at making much of Christ through what is known as the central sola of the Reformation. If sola Scriptura (Scripture alone), is our starting point, and soli Deo gloria (the glory of God alone), is our end point, then what is at the center? The Reformation recovered the Gospel, and at the center of it all is Christ alone. This doctrine became known as solus Christus. We celebrate the Reformation, to make much not of the Reformation, but to make much of Christ. So you don’t want to miss this year’s conference, where we will be focusing on Christ alone.

Join us April 28-29 for the 2023 Coram Deo conference with Joel Beeke (@joelbeeke) Austin Duncan (@revaustintduncan), Manny Pereira, and Phil Foley -
“Solus Christus: Wounded and Worthy.”

Early-Bird Registration is open today!
Register now: CoramDeoConference.org (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 praying His Word, reading His Word, singing His Word, and preaching His Word. We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!

This Sunday, “The Bride’s Melodious Boast” (Ephesians 5:18-21) from our new mini-series “A People for God: Renewing the Mind of the Church”.

The church is beloved as a bride. To Christ, she is beloved beyond anything she presently sees or senses. Nevertheless, she has taken into her heart as true and certain the testimonies and promises of this love. As a result, she has been graciously transformed—with newly made affections and expressions. While Christ has given her many gifts, one stands above all others for the united expression of her new heart. One gift uniquely exemplifies her marriage and celebrates her love. It powerfully extols her Husband and expresses her delight in Him. No other gift is so wonderfully emblematic of her chief end. With a new heart, she has been given a new song. The bride’s melodious boast is a blessed testimony to her love and devotion to her Beloved.

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!
Jesus, Your mercy is all my boast,
The goodness I claim, the grounds of my hope.
Whatever I lack it’s still what I need most.
Jesus, Your mercy is all my boast.

Praise the King who bore my sin,
Took my place when I stood condemned.
Oh how good You’ve always been to me.
I will sing of Your mercy.
Promotional videos being filmed for the upcoming Coram Deo Conference! Thank you to @nbonsell24  and the crew at @gracecomchurch  for their generosity in producing some great work for us! Early-bird registration opens Sunday January 15 - stay tuned! | Coram Deo Conference with @joelbeeke, @revaustintduncan : April 28-29 | Coramdeoconference.org

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