Easter is surprising and unexpected.

Easter

For something that comes around at roughly the same time every year, Easter is surprising and unexpected!
 
Of course, it's not really the celebration of Easter that's surprising, but the historical event behind the celebration. 
Is it really possible that someone would die in the place of others?
And it is really possible that he could be raised from the dead just as he predicted?
And it it really possible that people in the 21st Century would believe all that?
 
And is it possible that the implications of these surprising and unexpected events could still be felt today?
 
We'd love to have you come and celebrate the surprising and unexpected Easter with us at Trinity.  You're welcome if you've got questions about Jesus, if you're not sure what you believe, or if you're already convinced that Easter is really, really good news!
 
We're holding a service of prayer and reflection on Good Friday, 19 April at 10 AM,
And a family-friendly communion service on Easter Sunday, 21 April at 10AM

Both services will be held at Cornerstone College, 68 Adelaide Road, Mount Barker.

A special Kids Church holiday program will be running on Easter Sunday, and hot cross buns will be served after the service.

Please don't hesitate to contact us for further information. 

Easter 2018

 

Kids' Church: Jesus was arrested

 
Jesus knew that His death was God’s plan to save people from sin. Jesus’ friends turned against Him and He was arrested and put on trial, but Jesus followed His Father’s plan in order to bring salvation to the world.  Come along to Kids Church this Sunday to hear more. We hope you can be there!
 
#thegospelprojectkids #trinitykids
 

Reading the history of Jesus' life and ministry in our Simply Christianity groups brings lots of questions to the surface!

Question Mark

Simply Christianity participants can ask questions during the discussion, or they can submit questions that are then distributed with answers.  We thought that since someone has aksed these questions, probably there are other people also wondering the same things!  So the questions that have been submitted in our two current Simply Christianity groups, are now listed in our Q and A, along with the answers that have been provided.

We'll add questions from subsequent sessions as we progress through Luke's gospel together, and we'll also include questions from last year's Simply Christianity groups.

If you've got a question about Jesus and Christianity, head over to the Q and A page and see if its already been asked and answered!

 

 

The Last Supper
 
At the Passover, Jesus shared His last meal with the disciples before His death and resurrection. Jesus said that His death would establish a new covenant. God’s people had broken the old covenant, and God promised to make a new covenant to forgive sins. God forgives the sins of those who trust in His Son, Jesus.
 
Come along to Kids Church on Sunday to hear more about the last supper.  We can’t wait to see you!
 
#trinitykids #thegospelprojectkids
 
Kids in years 5 – 6 at school?  Bring them along to Junior Youth Bible Study on Sunday as we look at the last chapter in 1 Peter.  We’d love to see you there!
 
#trinityjunioryouth

When Jesus cleared the dishonest people from the temple, He showed His commitment to honoring God. The temple was supposed to be a place where people could pray and worship God. Jesus was going to die on the cross to take away people’s sins so anyone who trusted in Him could come to God.
 
We hope you can join us in Kids Church on Sunday to learn more!
 
#trinitykids #thegospelprojectkids
 

Jesus' Crucifixion and Resurrection

 
Come along to Kids Church on Sunday as we continue to look forward to Easter!
 
The crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus is the centre of the gospel. We deserve to die because of our sin, but Jesus died in our place. He was the blood sacrifice made once and for all for the forgiveness of sin. God was pleased with Jesus’ sacrifice and raised Jesus from the dead to reign as King over all creation. We are forgiven only through Jesus. (Acts 4:12)
 
#thegospelprojectkids #trinitykids
 

Junior Youth Bible Study

Kids in years 4 – 6 at school?  Join us on Sunday morning for Junior Youth Bible Study as we get stuck into 1 Peter! We’d love to see you there! #trinityjunioryouth

 

Jesus' Triumphal Entry

 
During Jesus’ triumphal entry, the people welcomed Him as King. Jesus was the Messiah spoken about by the prophet Zechariah: “Look, your King is coming to you; He is righteous and victorious, humble and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey” (Zechariah 9:9). One day, Jesus will return to earth on a white horse as King over everything. (Revelation 19:11)
 
We hope you can come along to Kids Church on Sunday to find out more!
 
#thegospelprojectkids #trinitykids

Jesus was anointed

 
Join us at Kids Church on Sunday as we learn more about Mary anointing Jesus with oil.
 
Pouring the expensive oil on Jesus was not a waste, it was worship. By allowing Mary to anoint Him, Jesus showed that He is more valuable than anything. Jesus knew He would soon die for sinners, be buried, and rise from the dead on the third day.
 
#trinitykids #thegospleprojectkids
 

Joining a church can sometimes feel a little like suddenly becoming part of a very large family! 

We love having new people join our church family, and if you're new at Trinity we're eager to make the transition as easy as possible for you!  

A Welcome Lunch is your chance to meet some other people who are new-ish, a few people who have been around a bit longer, and to enjoy a meal together. There's an opportunity for you to ask any questions that you might have about our church, who's who, and how things work at Trinity.

Our next Welcome Lunch is Sunday 7 April, from 1 PM at Clayton & Kathy Fopp's home in Littlehampton.  If you've been around for a few weeks or months, and would like to get to know your new Trinity family a little better, please join us!

You can let us know you're coming and advise us of any dietary requirements by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by using the Communication Slip on Sundays.

Please join us!

 

Junior Youth Bible Study

 
The Bible.
 
Lots of books. In one book.
 
But what is it good for??
 
Come along to Junior Youth Bible Study this Sunday and find out! We’d love to see you!
 
#trinityjunioryouth