Easter Sunday April 17

Easter Sunday

“Full to the Brim—An Expansive Life”

Rev. Sarah Van Zetten Bruins will be preaching
at Trinity on April 17.
“Full to the Brim—An Expansive Life” On the third day, the women arrive with a crazy story–an empty tomb, heavenly messengers, and Jesus risen from the dead. Peter and the rest of the disciples reject the story immediately–nonsense! And yet, Peter cannot hold himself back. He runs to the tomb to see for himself. In this midst of our grief, anger, or doubt, can we be curious enough to run toward the mystery of Easter? 
Luke 24:1-12

Online Service

Please use the following links for this week’s worship. You may wish to prepare your communion elements before we begin.

Order of Worship

Meeting Link

Meeting ID: 827 4872 5884

Password: 247155

In-Person Service

We begin at 10am on Sundays. We have a short fellowship time following the service. Often, we have Second Hour programming for adults and kids after fellowship hour.

Masks are optional for all participants and will be worn by all volunteers working with kids under 5.

 

 

TRINITY KIDS

Below are details about kids’ programs for this coming Sunday! Masks will be worn by all teachers working with kids under 5yr.

Family Worship Hour (10:00 – 11:10)

Infants – 5Yrs old — Little Lambs Rm — Lower Level

(kids may leave with Ms. Amanda after Children’s Message)

6Yrs old – 5th Grade — Worship — Sanctuary

 

 

Volunteer Schedule Links

ADULT 2nd HOUR (11:30 – 12:15)

No Second Hour this week

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Coffee Time This Week | THIS Sunday Trinity will resume having coffee and treats after worship. We are excited to begin breaking bread together once again.

Getting to Know Trinity | The next Getting to Know Trinity seminar (formerly known as New to Trinity) will be Sunday, April 24 from 11:30 pm to 1 pm. In this seminar, we find out more about Trinity‘s history and values, discuss Trinity’s style of worship, invite questions, and explore what membership at Trinity means. Plus there is lunch and a tour of the building, including the mysterious third floor. Please rsvp to benjamin@trinityreformedchurch.org and include any dietary restrictions or preferences.

Seeking Shalom| Affordable Housing & Immigration Practical Next Steps Do you long to do more about justice issues such as affordable housing and immigration? Come and learn about specific ways your congregation can promote affordable housing and welcome immigrants and refugees in West Michigan.

When: 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, April 26, 2022
Where: Tabernacle Community Church (TCC), 2530 Eastern Ave SE, Grand Rapids
Keynote speaker: Artie Lindsay, TCC pastor of spiritual formation
and Grand Rapids Nehemiah Center president
Panelists: Affordable housing experts from ICCF Community Homes, LINC UP, and 70×7;
Immigration experts from Church World Services, Interfaith Immigration Coalition, Bethany Christian Services, and Samaritas

Registration is free. Register here.

PRAYERS

Send us prayer updates and requests: benjaminbruins@gmail.com sarah@trinityreformedchurch.org trcoffice@trinityreformedchurch.org

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GIVING

Don’t forget, you can send your offerings to Trinity via the “Give” link below or you can sign up for a regular automatic contribution by using the ACH Draft button.