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Sunday Worship Times
9 a.m. & 11 a.m. Worship
Please note new worship times with traditional worship beginning at 9 a.m. sharp. Followed by 10 a.m. learning hour and 11 a.m. contemporary worship.
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LET’S GO! is a new ministry group at Trinity inspired by asking the question: How can we bring people together to make new friends, learn, experience adventure and have fun as we travel our faith journeys together?
“It’s a sense of peace that I’m after,” he said. “Not away from the real world but in it. Finding some spiritual clarity in my own mind in so much of the noise. I think the world would be a lot better if we invested more time in a practice of peace.”
I couldn’t agree more.
Tommy is from Gig Harbor, Washington with two kids about the same age as ours. We were sitting down to brunch at Holden Village, which was a feast of made-from-scratch pancakes with fresh whipped cream, chocolate chips and fruit.
It was delicious.
My dad was a loving, caring man. He regularly cared for family and neighbors, including one of the most difficult personalities in their small town. Helping with rides, household projects and companionship. But he struggled with Jesus’ admonition to love our neighbor as ourselves. He mentioned it often.
Loving the neighbor wasn’t hard for dad. What was hard for him was Jesus’ suggestion that self-love is the basis for neighbor love. Dad was aware that most of us don’t actually love ourselves as well as we might. Sure, there is plenty of selfishness and narcissism to go around. One needn’t be cynical about human nature to acknowledge that. But even selfishness and narcissism (not the clinical kind, just the regular kind) are not self-love. They are often grounded in insecurity, fear and a sense of “not being enough.”