Worship Sundays @ 8 AM - 9:30 AM - 11 AM


Spiritual Gift of Apostleship

Have you learned about your spiritual gifts yet? If you've taken the Gifted to Serve Discovery , the next step in the process is to take the class! You can sign up now at TMUMC.ORG/nextsteps . We'll help you explore your ministry style, gifts, and passions and help you discover where you should serve in the community. Sign up now! Today, we're focusing on the spiritual gift of apostleship. When you hear "apostle" you might think of missionaries who travel... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Spiritual Gift of Administration

At Trietsch, we find it deeply important to help you discover your spiritual gifts. The reason is simple. When you are serving in an area that aligns with your gifts, passions, and ministry style, you multiply the glory of God's kingdom in a way that brings you deep joy. You'll be more confident, competent, and motivated in your service to God. Every other week, we will explore one of the 20 spiritual gifts we recognize based on scripture. This week, let's learn about... Read More
at Tuesday, November 13, 2018

The Joy of Contentment

Over these last few weeks in worship we have recognized the real struggle of desire and worry in our lives. We will conclude our worship series by discovering the joy of contentment— that gift of cherishing a rich relationship with God as our sole desire. Fullness and true fulfillment comes through this gift of contentment. THIS Sunday, November 11 is also Commitment Sunday for the church. That's the time when we prayerfully choose how we will respond to God’s faithfulness... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Thursday, November 8, 2018

Life-Giving Love

Rev. Clay Horton 's recent experiences of death led him to life as only God can do. Read his story: This past Friday, death brought me to three different places. Death caused me to attend three different services. However, the places where death led me were the places I found life.  The first memorial service I attended was for a founding member of Trietsch. While he died too soon, he lived a long and full life. He's the example of what it means... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Wednesday, November 7, 2018