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John’s Gospel is a theological and historical biography of the person and work of Jesus Christ. It presents Jesus as the eternal Son of God who became flesh to bring “light” (a fuller revelation of God) and “life” (salvation in his name) into the “world” (mankind in rebellion against God, characterized by darkness and death).

The book of Ruth is a beautifully crafted short story about a Moabite widow who comes to know the covenant love of the one true God through her Jewish mother-in-law, Naomi. The drama of human actions and divine providence play out in a way that is captivating, instructive, and encouraging.

The book of Malachi is a profound collection of prophecies and dialogues that weaves together God's enduring love for His people, their shortcomings, and the path to spiritual integrity.

After months of prayerful consideration and evaluation, Malachi Tresler has been selected by Trinity Bible Church to serve as her next Lead Pastor.

We are excited to announce our “Bridges Initiative” partnership with Choices Pregnancy Center. The Bridges Initiative is a Choices program designed to integrate their clients into our Christ-centered community. In other words, our church is forming a closer partnership with Choices Pregnancy Center.

Advent simply means "coming" or "arrival". It refers to the anticipation of God's people for the birth of the promised savior.

Safe Guards: Shielding our Homes and Equipping our Kids by Julie Lowe is “about naming the darkness existing in this world and equipping our children to know how to avoid it and respond to it if it finds them".

As the elders continue to prayerfully consider what to do on a more permanent basis for the Lead Pastor Role, Malachi Tresler has been named Acting Lead Pastor.

We will be starting a new class on Sunday, September 4th. This class is aimed to help equip you to understand and engage the current expressions of our postmodern cultural worldviews relating to sexuality

Two classes run simultaneously. One class consistently walks through a book of the Bible, and the other takes a more topical approach. If you haven’t made it to a Sunday morning class yet, make plans to join us for one of the following: