Vision and Mission
We are on twin, synergistic journeys—the journey inward and the journey outward.
We pursue biblically based, grace-enabled spiritual transformation in order to be the cooperative friends of Jesus who, for the sake of others, live constant lives of creative goodness through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Artist In Residence: Jonathan Puls
Holy Trinity welcomes Jonathan Puls Associate Dean and Professor of Fine Art and Art History at Biola University.
Jonathan has given Holy Trinity permission to use 4 paintings from his series “Days” to enrich our worship services and reflections during the Season of Ordinary Time as we learn to follow Jesus in ordinary moments.
Read Jonathan’s comments about his series here.
Holy Trinity Partners With Lifewater
Congratulations, Holy Trinity! We met our $6,000 goal in the month of June. Our well will be built within the next 24 months in the Kaliro region of Uganda. Thank you for your generous heart and giving. One well will service a village of 300-500 people. We’ll keep you updated in the coming months on the well’s progress.
To read a featured article about Holy Trinity & LifeWater on the C4SO website.
Holy Trinity: Adult Discipleship
Sundays, beginning September 11
The vision of Holy Trinity church has been to take transformation into Christlikeness into the public worship of the church. Everything we have done, if we are thinking straight, has been put through that grid: liturgy, art, teaching, music, worship, youth and children, retreats, etc. Now, we want to take the next step by launching an adult discipleship group on Sunday mornings. It will not be a reading group, per se, but will consist of conversations rooted in the work of Dallas Willard’s Renovation of the Heart. Todd helped edit this book with Dallas and has taught the books’ concepts many times. Beth too is familiar with Renovation through her studies and her work as a spiritual director.
Todd and Beth will lead these weekly discussions beginning Sunday, September 11. We will meet at 9am in Scott Building, Rm. #130 . We will be done in time for prelude at 9:45. Please receive this notice as a warm invitation to come and participate-we look forward it!
We have Willard’s book on sale for $10 on our resource table. Or you can purchase your own.
Holy Trinity’s Women’s Book Group: Redfield Farm by Judith Redline Coopey
Sunday, September 18
After Our Worship Service
Holy Trinity’s Women’s Book Group invites you to join us as we gather to discuss Redfield Farm by Judith Redline Coopey. We’ll meet at Kristin Carmody’s home. For more information contact Kristin: email@example.com.