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      Welcome to Trinity MCC's Website. 

      We are so glad that you have visited with us today. 

      We hope you will be able to find everything you need but if you have any questions please contact us on 352 317 5143 or email

      We are a Christian Church that believes it is humanity that places boundaries on God's love and not God. 

      Therefore the mission of Trinity MCC is to spread the message of God's inclusive love.

      May your day be blessed by the God of your understanding.

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      Tomorrow is our picnic at 11am. If you bring a side wonderful, if not please just bring yourself. Everyone welcome to enjoy our grounds. (Mar 24, 4pm)
      Tomorrow night we have lots happening at Trinity MCC. If you enjoy conversation, our Lenten Series continues at 7pm. You are welcome. (Mar 21, 11am)
      Tomorrow night we have lots happening at Trinity MCC. At 7pm if your enjoying singing, our choir will be practising. You are welcome. (Mar 21, 11am)
      We are ready for worship - to make it wonderful we just need YOU. Come along at 11am and join us after worship for lunch at Piesanos. (Mar 19, 7am)
      Join us this evening for a time of conversation. We have our Lenten Study Series at 7pm - everyone is welcome. Choir is also at 7pm. (Mar 15, 8am)
      The clocks have sprung forward and we are excited to see you this morning at 11am - we are continuing our Lenten Series 'Naked Faith'. (Mar 12, 8am)
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    • Pastoral Ponderings:

      March 17th

      "The disciples said, 'When will you become revealed to us and when shall we see you?" Jesus said, 'When you become naked without being ashamed and take up your garments and place them under your feet like little children.., then will you see the child of the living one, and you will not be afraid.'"  Gospel of Thomas Saying 37

      At the beginning of Lent we started our sermon series 'Naked Faith: Revealing Resurrection".  We explored 'Facing Reality' and how we need to acknowledge what is real around us, including all that is negative.  Then last week we explored what it means to ask quesitons and what our truth is.  As children our truth is that Santa Claus is real but as adults we no longer need that truth as we start to ask questions.  Some of us have not been empowered to ask questions around our theology.  Well, I believe we should be asking questions.  Why do we believe what we believe? Is it because we have been told what to believe and just left it at that?  Have we never asked the question and actually don't really know why we believe things? I hope we can ask questions and discover for ourselves what is our truth and then be gentle with ourselves and others as that truth changes as we grow.

      As we travel through this Lenten journey together, it is my hope that we will embrace times of wilderness, allowing us to grow in our spiritual journey and ask the questions we need.


      Rev Catherine Dearlove

      Office (352) 495-3378 or Cell (352) 317-5143

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