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Category: Pastor Note

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 Shibata 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 Shibata at Wednesday, November 7, 2018

1.5 Miles

Rev. Clay Horton has learned a lot from the elementary kids he mentors each week. Read his story. 1.5 Miles = 10 Light Years For the past three school years, I've volunteered on nearly a weekly basis at Hedrick Elementary. To be honest with you, if I were a teacher, I would not teach elementary school. It would be my last choice of all the schools. God bless elementary school teachers, but I just know that job would not be for me. Despite my feelings about not... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Shibata at Tuesday, September 11, 2018

A Life in Recovery

I'm Rev. Doug Meyer , Associate Pastor of Caring Ministries. Participating in the Reckless Grace worship series has been an amazing experience! It has allowed me the opportunity to do a check-up of my own growth, as well as an opportunity to share my journey with those in the Trietsch community. I have come to appreciate my personal journey of truth-telling. The growth opportunities that come with it will be a never-ending process. My struggle with the power of pornography started at... Read More
at Thursday, April 26, 2018

No Passport Needed

Rev. Clay Horton , Associate Pastor of Serving Ministries, shares his strategy for missions in 2018. See opportunities to serve at TMUMC.ORG/missions : When you think of mission work, what images come to mind? Perhaps long trips, construction projects, or painting emerge from your memory bank. These are often part of mission activity, but what if you could practice missional living every day? In 2018, the mission team will help guide Trietsch and the surrounding community... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Shibata