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


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Question of the Week

What is the hardest lesson of Jesus to follow for you?

Which element of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral helps you experience God most?

For more information on Lunch with the Pastor, Membership, Baptism, or Gifted to Serve classes, please contact Director of Discipleship Denise Robinson at deniser@tmumc.org or 972-539-8547 ext. 220.

Lunch with the Pastor

Whether you're new to Trietsch or you've just never met Rev. Daniel Humbert, this is a great chance for you to ask Daniel anything. On each date we'll start at 12:15 pm in the FLC.

2018 Lunch Dates

  • September 23
  • October 28
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As a prospective member, fully understand what you can expect from the church as a member and what the church expects from you. This three-week class will cover topics of why it is important to become a member of a local church and what that looks like at Trietsch.

2018 Class Dates
Offered at 9:30 &  11 am

  • November 4, 11, & 18

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Gifted to Serve

Learn more about your unique giftedness from God and how to share that gift with others. Please complete your Spiritual Gifts Assessment before you arrive. We will discover together how to apply your strongest spiritual gifts, your passions, and your ministry style in order to have a positive impact on others.  Serving within your giftedness will help you to  be more motivated, competent, and confident in your serving.

2018 Class Dates
Offered at 9:30 & 11 am

  • October 14
  • October 21
  • December 9
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Better understand the spiritual significance of the sacrament of baptism prior to having your child baptized or being baptized yourself. This class is required prior to any baptism.

2018 Class Dates
Only offered at 9:30 am

  • October 14

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Take the Trietsch Spiritual Gift Survey

Ministry Spotlight

Life Groups

Are you looking for deep, transformational connection? Join us as we get back to our Wesleyan roots and begin Life Groups. John Wesley stressed Life Groups, or what he called "class meetings," so greatly that it was a requirement for Methodist membership.

Life Groups are simply a group of 6-12 people who meet on a weekly basis to answer one question, "How is your life with God?" There is no curriculum and no expectations other than to show up.

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