Over the past weeks and months we've all been astonished at how quickly we’ve seen the fragility of life and community around us—it’s hard not to be anxious in the face of uncertainty; but at Trinity Chapel we're excited too.
We're excited because we know that God hasn’t stopped working for our good. He will go on making his goodness more obvious for anyone with a heart to see it. And things that seemed impossible two weeks ago are happening all around us. Who knows what else is now possible in the cause of the gospel? It is a good time to be a child of the King.
In order to protect the vulnerable in our society, we are currently not holding public gatherings. Instead we're meeting online and in small groups. We're calling this Cozy Church.
At these gatherings we spend time praying together, worshipping through music, reading the Bible and we have a live-streamed Bible talk and sharing time to connect us all together. We think this will be a vital source of fellowship and encouragement in what promises to be an isolated time for many people.
We believe that we are united together as part of Christ’s body regardless of whether we can see each other face to face. The whole story of the Bible and human history is the story of him gathering his people together to himself. Scattering is only temporary. We will be full of joy when we are able to be together again. For now, we keep praying, helping those who have need, and rejoicing in the Lord.
"I hope to see you soon, and we will talk face to face. Peace to you. The friends here send their greetings. Greet the friends there by name." —3John 1:14
In order to get Zoom working you will need:
- A Phone, Tablet, iPad, Latop or Desktop Computer
- An internet connection (1 hr of Zoom consumes a maximum of 1Gb of data) – if you are using a mobile phone data plan, we suggest a minimum 20GB data plane.
- Download Zoom
- Setup your free Zoom account (you will need an email address)
- Click on the button above, or join the meeting using the Meeting ID: 809-497-6006
Join us on Slack
Moving to online gatherings isn't the only way we're staying in touch with each other. We're also using Slack share prayer points, ways to serve, and other things that shape our life together. We'd love you to join us.Join us on Slack