Giving at Trinity


OCTOBER IS STEWARDSHIP MONTH


October 18:
Drop off your pledge card at our family friendly drive-thru event hosted by our Children’s Ministry.

October 25, 12 PM – 1 PM: Drop off your pledge card at our Celebration Sunday drive-thru event.

To make a pledge online, click the 2021 Budget Pledge banner above.

#shareourdailybread

The Outreach team invites you to consider how we can collectively SHARE Our Daily Bread. We know that we cannot break bread together in the traditional sense, but there are many meaningful ways to use food to show love during this stressful and isolating season.

Prepare and deliver a casserole or favorite meal to someone you know who could use some encouragement.

Bring casseroles and meals that can easily freeze to the Trinity Oxmoor Welcome Center during the workweek. The outreach team will identify members of our church family to deliver the meals to during the month.

Purchase shelf stable items for our ministry partners, First Light and Firehouse, as well as the Trinity Outreach Feeding Ministries, Food Share and Backpack Ministry. Drop off in the Trinity Oxmoor Welcome Center during the workweek.

Remember to share your photos and stories with us on social media using: #shareourdailybread

A note from Pastor Brian

Of all the things Jesus tells his disciples to pray for, Jesus says we should simply ask for “enough.” For daily bread. Enough for this day, knowing that God will also be faithful tomorrow, just like God was faithful yesterday.

It goes without saying, this year has been like nothing that any of us have experienced in our lifetimes. So much of what makes church feel like church to me has been missing, and there have been moments where it felt like there wouldn’t be enough.

But of all the lessons I’ve learned in this season, the one that I know will stick with me is about the faithfulness of God, and the faithfulness of God’s people who make up this Trinity family. The Bible is full of stories where someone thinks they don’t have enough, but then God shows up. It’s in our lack, in our weakness, that God’s power is most visible. In the absence of so many things I treasure, God has given us more than enough.

As we pray over our financial tithes and offerings for this coming year, I encourage you to do so with a heart grounded in God’s goodness and provision, giving thanks for daily bread. For when our hearts are open to Him, there will always be enough.


In Christ,
Rev. Brian Erickson