Biblical Relevance is one of our core values at Trietsch, so it is very important to us to make worship relevant to the world we're living in today. Because of this, we base our Sunday morning messages on specific worship series. It is our goal to take the infinite Truths of scripture and help you connect them to the struggles, joys, relationships, and personal growth that you are experiencing in 2020.

Check out our current and upcoming worship series, and join us at 8, 9:30, or 11 am on Sunday mornings to dig deep into each topic. And don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Download the TMUMC App for the latest news and additional resources connected to the series.

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Current Series

The Jesus Experiment

We often look for spiritual fulfillment in inadequate places—job, wealth, entertainment, drugs/alcohol, recreation, poor relationships or even family. We want to believe we’re in control and we can make life better for ourselves. Maybe if we dig deep enough or try something new, we can discover love and be loved.

These self-centered experiments and tests lead to disappointment, and even emptiness and despair, from their lack of fulfillment. Rather than seeking control, let’s seek something greater than ourselves.

Try a new experiment with us this Lenten season. Instead of grasping at status and control to gain fulfillment, try seeking a relationship with Jesus. Look at the 40 days of Lent as an experiment in spiritual practices and see what unfolds. Open yourself up to the 7 spiritual practices that Jesus taught us: engagement with scripture, relationship, prayer, worship, service, generosity and faith-sharing.

Test it out this Lent in The Jesus Experiment.

March 1 Scripture Luke 4:1-13
March 8 Prayer Luke 11:1-8
March 15 Service Luke 6:32-36
March 22 Faith-sharing Luke 10:1-11
March 29 Relationships Luke 22:14-23
April 5 Generosity Luke 23:39-43
April 12 Worship Luke 24:1-10

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