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Vision & Values


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Vision & Values


God's vision for trinity

is to actively participate in the rescue and restoration work in the world


 

Trinity's top 6 Values

 
Bible - based

Bible-based

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Led by the Holy Spirit

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Discipleship

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Compassion

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Diversity & Inclusion

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Justice

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Meet Us


Meet Us


Staff

Gerry Koning Lead Pastor

Gerry Koning
Lead Pastor

Kathy Jelsema Manager of Education & Congregational Life

Kathy Jelsema
Manager of Education & Congregational Life

Adam VanderStelt Music Director

Adam VanderStelt
Music Director

Rachel VanderStelt Youth Director

Rachel VanderStelt
Youth Director

 

Elders

Viet Tran

Viet Tran

Troy Boeskool

Troy Boeskool

Dan Postma

Dan Postma

Andy Bouma

Andy Bouma

Brian Wright

Brian Wright

Ernest Umoh

Ernest Umoh

Pete Ludwig

Pete Ludwig

Dave Van Randwyk

Dave Van Randwyk

 

Deacons

Kevin Kiekover

Kevin Kiekover

Matt Van Oeveren

Matt Van Oeveren

Jordan Battjes

Jordan Battjes

Bert Heyboer

Bert Heyboer

Chris Dykema

Chris Dykema

Kristi Schelhaas

Kristi Schelhaas

 

Women's Ministry Team

Dawn Walt

Dawn Walt

Dar Grit

Dar Grit

Sharon Elders

Sharon Elders

Lindsay Wiersema

Lindsay Wiersema

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Prayer


Prayer


Prayer has always been an integral part of Trinity's DNA.  We offer a number of things to help those seeking to grow their prayer lives. Some include:

  • Prayer line
  • Emergency prayer chain
  • Sunday Morning Prayer (before service, 9:15-9:45 AM)
  • Pastor prayer shield
  • Intercessors for the prayer ministry
  • Healing prayer team
  • Prayer request box
  • Members of our church leading prayer during our morning service
  • Sunday school classes praying for the leadership of Trinity
  • Tuesday morning prayer from 7:00-8:00 AM

Come, join us, and grow in prayer!  

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Facility


Facility


Trinity's facility is available for wedding rentals.  

Information

Policies and Fees

Application

 

You may also use the form below if you would like more information about renting space in Trinity.

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Christian Reformed church's
journey 2020

There’s something about a journey that’s exciting and invigorating. A promise of new horizons; new possibilities; new challenges. The Christian Reformed Church is on such a journey. It’s called Our Journey 2020 — “Our Journey” because we’re on it together; “2020” to remind us that this is just one stage of a journey that will see us living and growing together in new ways and new places.

Some of the most interesting journeys happen when you know where you are going, but not exactly how to get there. This is that kind of a trip. CRC members and leaders across Canada and the United States told us about the challenges their churches are facing. These challenges framed the goals, or “desired futures,” showing where we need to go. But how to get there — and where to go first — will be different for each congregation.

What we do know is that we’ve been called to step out in faith. And that by walking together, with the Spirit leading and guiding us, we will reach the futures that God desires for us. These goals will enable us to better assist each other in mapping out our unique routes, while drawing upon our shared resources and expertise.

It’s a challenging undertaking, but our hopes are not tied to what we can do. Rather, in the words of 1 Thessalonians 5:24, “The one who calls you is faithful, and he will do it.”

As we walk together into these desired futures, we will become the people that we hear God calling us to be. This is Our Journey 2020.

With permission from crcna.org/OurJourney 

Church and Community

Desired Future 1:
Churches Flowing into Their Communities

Our congregations will flow like streams into their communities. We will meet our neighbors at community events and gathering places, listening to each other, learning from each other, and serving each other. By our presence we will become channels for the love of Christ and the Holy Spirit’s life-giving transformation.

 

Identity

Desired Future 4:
Churches Telling Our Story

We will grasp—and be grasped by—a richly Reformed world and life view so that we are able and eager to express what it means to belong to God’s diverse and unified family. Transformed by that story, we will learn to tell it so compellingly that people from many cultures and experiences are drawn to see and know themselves as God’s beloved ones, entrusted to bring the good news to others.

Discipleship
 

Desired Future 2:
Churches Nurturing Disciples


Our churches will be vibrant communities, radiating grace. As we preach, teach, and live out the gospel within and beyond our walls, we nurture people of all generations as they grow into the likeness of Christ Jesus.




 







Collaboration

Desired Future 5:
Churches Working in Partnership

Our churches and ministries will work hand in hand with each other, and with partners in our own communities and around the world, to faithfully fulfill Jesus’ command to make disciples of all people.





 

Leadership
 

Desired Future 3:
Churches Cultivating Leaders


Our churches and ministries will grow new leaders of many kinds. At all levels—local, regional, denominational—we discover the talents, skills, and strengths in our ordained and lay people. We cultivate those gifts through education, handson ministry opportunities, and guidance from mature leaders in order to raise new leaders who have deep roots and yield abundant fruit.