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.

Check out our current and upcoming worship series. Currently we have worship ONLINE at 9 am for Contemporary, or 11 am for Traditional on Sunday mornings. You can worship with us in the building at 10 am on Sunday mornings. 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

Worth It!

Following the teachings of Jesus is difficult. Sometimes we expect that if we just do the right thing, what Jesus taught us to do, then everything should go right for us. We chase the reward of happiness for the work we’re called to as Christ-followers. The dilemma is that happiness and following Jesus are more complicated than that.

The apostle Paul gets it. He established the church at Philippi, had his first convert, and performed his first known baptism there. He had a deep love for this community, but it was also the first place Paul was jailed for his faith.

Paul understands that following Jesus is not the easy path and how important it is to encourage and uplift each other in this worthy endeavor. Paul’s faith family in Philippi was experiencing much of what we experience as a church today: disagreement, bickering, and conflict. He writes his letter to Philippi from prison to re-energize and encourage the people he loves to love each other. He wants to uplift a life of service to Christ so that true joy can be found. Paul truly commends a life content in a relationship with Christ so that we can discover the power of Christ.

Join us in June for WORTH IT, a study of the book of Philippians.

June 6 Philippians 1:6, 27-30
June 13 Philippians 2:1-11
June 20 Philippians 3:7-14
June 27 Philippians 4:8-13

With each worship focus at Trietsch, we also offer a weekly study to help you connect more deeply with Sunday's message. Click the button below to learn more.


Upcoming Series

Love Revolution

Jesus began the Sermon on the Mount—the greatest sermon ever preached—by announcing his blessing on the people his first-century culture never would’ve thought to call “blessed.” We call these blessings the Beatitudes, and they’re as revolutionary and countercultural today as they were two thousand years ago.

Our culture blesses the happy, successful, and self-confident. Jesus blesses the mourners, the losers, and the downcast.

Our culture blesses those who walk on others to get on top. Jesus blesses the gentle, the humble, the ones who get walked on.

Our culture blesses those who’ll do anything to get ahead. Jesus blesses those who treat others with honesty, kindness, and grace.

Our culture blesses the fighters, the winners, the ultra-famous. Jesus blesses the peaceful, the passed-over, those willing to be unpopular for the sake of God’s kingdom.

Jesus turned the world upside down with a new way to love, and he does it still today. Join us in July for Love Revolution, a deep dive into the Beatitudes of Matthew chapter 5. Let’s discover the power of God’s love and blessings to open our eyes, challenge our culture, and change our lives forever.

July 4 Matthew 5:1-4
July 11 Matthew 5:5-6
July 18 Matthew 5:7-8
July 25 Matthew 5:9-12

With each worship focus at Trietsch, we also offer a weekly study to help you connect more deeply with Sunday's message. Click the button below to learn more.

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