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    • Welcome

      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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      As it should be every day. (May 17, 7am)
      Good morning everyone. Today we have our Quilting Bee at 3pm - it’s a great afternoon and is followed by a pot lu… (May 16, 6am)
      Join us this morning for worship at 11am as we continue our series ‘Set Free: Free To Serve. Everyone is welcome. (May 13, 6am)
      A huge shout out to Blake, Cecil, John, Kathy, Lincoln, Liz and Anita for your help in the grounds today. They sure… (May 12, 12pm)
      We need your help tomorrow morning from 8am to 10am in the grounds. However you can help would be wonderful. (May 11, 8pm)
      Don’t forget to join us this evening at 6pm for our Friday Night Meal - breakfast is being served. $7 a ticket and… (May 11, 8am)
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    • Pastoral Ponderings:

      May 2nd

      Last week Trinity MCC received a message from someone who was grateful to the church for helping them identify they were not a Christian.  Why would we celebrate this?  Because this person had been hurt by the Christian Church and we were able to provide a space for this person to explore who they were and heal from those hurts. 

      Each of us needs to be able to explore and journey who we are.  We would love to be that safe space for everyone, but need to be humble in ourselves to realize that we may need to be there for people like the above person, who needed somewhere to heal and move on.  Part of our calling as a church is to give people that space to make decisions about their own spiritual walk.  When we start telling people what their identity should be, then I believe we have missed the mark.

      As individuals we sometimes do this with others too; we decide what is right for them and do not hesitate in sharing our thoughts.  I wonder how it would be if we could truly love unconditionally, no matter what the outcome will be for us?

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


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