Worship in the Sanctuary every Sunday 10am

We will continue digital worship at 9 am for contemporary and 11 am for traditional. And don't forget to...

  1. Wear your mask
  2. Social Distance
  3. Download the TMUMC app for worship materials

As always, you can continue to worship with us online at TMUMC.ORG/watch.


Letter from Bishop McKee - Nov 18, 2020

COVID-19 cases are on the rise and we continue to follow protocols, including social distancing and wearing of masks for worship and any onsite events. Please click below to read a letter from Bishop McKee of the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church..

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Latest News From Rev. Daniel Humbert

September 21, 2020

Dear Trietsch Family,

I pray you are well and as ready for fall as I am! A change in season and a change in scenery these days can be a true blessing. It is for both of these reasons that I write you today.

As many of you know, we have been in Phase II of our re-entry plan for several months. That has allowed us to have both online and outdoor worship as well as online and on-site small group ministry on designated days. I am pleased to tell you that the Leadership Board has made a decision to move into Phase III of our re-entry plan on the recommendations from our Re-Entry Task Force.

I am pleased to share with you that Phase III will allow us to move toward both on-site worship in the sanctuary and the eventual resumption of childcare and children’s ministry. To that end, in addition to offering two online worship experiences, beginning Sunday, October 4 we will resume in-person sanctuary worship for those who choose to participate. Childcare and children’s ministries do not yet have a start date to resume on-site.

Our initial worship schedule for Sundays is:

  • Online: 9am Contemporary & 11am Traditional Worship
  • On-site: 10am Blended Worship

Beginning October 18, we will also offer space for small groups to meet at 9am in the main building by reservation. This is in addition to the small groups that are already meeting on Sunday in the FLC and on Wednesdays in the main building. Those groups will be able to continue to meet by reservation.

Please click on Daniel's note to right to see rest of letter or please CLICK HERE to see the RE-ENTRY GUIDELINES for more details.

We're committed to creating environments that meet acceptable recommendations for safety. To make that possible, our on-site experiences will create a touchless environment that allows for social distancing and all participants should wear masks. We will also maintain a 50% capacity in all spaces and we highly recommend frequent hand washing as well as use of the on-site hand sanitation stations. We recommend for those that have a compromised immune system or are not ready to join in-person service yet, to continue to join us online.

I’m excited to be with those of you who are ready to worship on-site! We are fortunate to be able to continue to reach new people online across the country and the globe! It is a new frontier. We will begin our on-site worship October 4 with communion.

If you have questions or desire more information, please feel free to reach out to me.

Daniel Humbert
Senior Pastor

Please CLICK HERE to see the RE-ENTRY GUIDELINES for more details.

Please review our re-entry guidelines.

If you would normally give cash or a check on Sunday mornings, we invite you to start giving digitally at tmumc.org/give. You are also able to mail a check to the church. If you’re financially able, please consider giving above and beyond your normal offerings . During times of chaos and crisis, your generosity matters now more than ever. We are grateful for any amount you’re able to give.


myTrietsch is a system that allows you the ease of scheduling and initiating your own online payments and also connects you to groups and event registration. Online giving is the preferred method of giving due to the convenience, reliability, and security. If you are currently giving on a weekly basis, you no longer need to write out 52 checks a year or remember to submit online payments each week. And, when travel, illness or other circumstances prevent you from attending services, this will allow your weekly offerings to continue on an uninterrupted basis.

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Stay Updated

We are doing our best to stay on top of the latest news and updates from the county, school districts, and North Texas Conference. You can always check back on this page for the latest updates, but to receive information directly please join our Facebook Groups, sign up for our email list, or text alerts.

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Facebook Groups are a great way to get specific information from the ministry leaders about daily spiritual guidance, words of encouragement, and stories. The best part is you're part of the conversation! Text alerts and Emails are one-way, but in Facebook Groups we encourage you to share pictures, stories, articles, and engage in the conversation.

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Let us know how we can serve you during this time of crisis. Everything we do is about serving God and others, not in a self-seeking way - but giving life, love and hope to others.

We are the church and we want to continue to care for you and serve your needs. 

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Online Groups

We offer small groups throughout the week, both online and on site. Click the below button to browse all current group offerings at Trietsch. Groups must be approved to meet on site. If you would like your small group to be considered for an on-site meeting, please CLICK HERE and fill out the form.

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For Your Kids

Julie Hawkins, Director of Children and Family Ministries, is working hard to ensure that you and your kids feel spiritual connected during this time of social distancing. But for us it's not just about spiritual health. We want to think about mental, physical, and intellectual health, as well.

The Children's Ministry team will be posting weekly Bible lessons that your kids would be learning in The Anchor on Sunday mornings, and will provide activities you can do as a family at home to live into our monthly themes in Children's Ministry on the Trietsch Children Facebook Group.

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For Your Youth

Rev. Bill Mauldin, Assoc. Pastor of Youth Ministry, is hosting Zoom events for our youth throughout the week to help them stay connected. We're doing devotions, lessons, and discussions, but we're also playing games together and spending time in fun fellowship.

Join the Trietsch Youth Facebook Group for regular updates!

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Remember to "Do The Five"

  1. HANDS Wash them often

  2. ELBOW Cough into it

  3. FACE Don't touch it

  4. FEET Stay more than 6ft apart

  5. FEEL sick? Stay home


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