Trinitarian Congregational Church

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Evensong: A fresh worship expression rooted in historic practices

Tilling the soil How worship cultivates the soil of our heart I come from agricultural stock. My grandfather was a farmer. He built his livelihood with a nursery business in southern California. Kurihara Nursery Inc., in Camarillo, California provided the…

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Honor Everyone?

Pastor Tom’s Note Honor Everyone? 1 Peter 2:11-17; Ephesians 2:8-10 Listen to the sermon here Peter’s words, “Honor everyone, love the brotherhood, fear God, honor the emperor [literally ‘king’]” (1 Peter 2:17), seem impossible to follow. What do you mean,…

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We mourn with those who mourn

Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (Matthew 5:10) It is with aching hearts that we post yet another note of mourning and solidarity with those who lost their lives in…

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Pastor Kyle’s Note: Costume Change

Pastor Kyle’s Note: Costume Change November 1, 2017 Listen to the sermon here Hopefully you didn’t walk into work this morning dressed in a Halloween costume. The time for wearing that costume has passed. That was yesterday’s wardrobe. And what’s…

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Happy Reformation Day!

Today marks the 500th (!) anniversary of the “official” start of the Reformation. In the spread of the Gospel around the world, Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk from Saxony, finds his place among the greats. We know him for the…

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