At Trinity, we believe that God calls us to care for one another as well as for those beyond our doors. Our life together as a congregation includes a variety of spiritually nurturing groups and relationships, as well as opportunities for mission in the larger community.
We are involved in an ongoing journey together to discover what it means for us to live out the Mission statement we’ve taken from Micah 6:8: “Do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God,” and try to weave these themes throughout our life together. Sometimes we think that “doing justice” is the hardest one—at others, it seems that “walking humbly with God” is the real challenge.
Children at Trinity feel respected and valued, and often have opportunities for leadership and participation that might not be available to them at a larger church. It is not uncommon to see a child as young as 6 raise his or her hand during “Joys and Concerns” to share a prayer request as simple as being glad that school is almost over, to asking us to pray for their friend, whose mother has been sick.
At Trinity, folks feel safe to explore what they believe and to share with one another in the ups and downs of life. People’s faith experiences are as personal and diverse as the rest of our life together. Caring for one another is our highest priority.
The Women's Spirituality Group gathers women to address questions like: “How does being a woman in today’s world effect our views of God, spirituality, church, religion, and life?” and “How can we help one another as women to live our faith more effectively and authentically?”
Over the years, activities and events have ranged from retreats, book studies, hikes, helping one another with household projects and renovation, “Covenant Groups” (small groups who covenanted to meet weekly for spiritual exploration), Bible Study, and worship. We seek to support one another's spiritual journeys, to grow in our understanding of God, to explore a variety of imagery for God and to honor one another's perspectives. We also have a lot of fun! and provide each other with support and encouragement through the ups and downs of life.
to Seneca Falls Women’s Rights National
Historical Park to be rescheduled to September 21-22, 2019. See
p.6 of Summer Newsletter for details:
This year Trinity's Youth Group will meet with the fellowships groups from Scotia Reformed and First Reformed in Schenectady (in the Stockade). Each of us have a similar number of youth and think that combining our youth we can do more exciting things. The first meeting will be Sunday, September 8 from 5:00-7:00 at the Scotia Reformed church. Each meeting will start with a dinner prepared by the kids. The combined youth group's will meet about twice/month. Trinity's month to host will be November. See Pastor Tim if you have questions.
Each year at Super Bowl Sunday the Trinity Youth Group has the "Souperbowl". For 2019 they raised $257 cash, to be used to stock the Schenectady Food Pantry. Here's a past video commercial: Soup Wars
Resources to assist you on your faith journey:
Daily Devotions: http://sacredise.com/daily
Download weekly or monthly: http://sacredise.com/daily/downloadables/