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Whether you have been practicing in a faith tradition for some time or are not sure what to believe, you are welcome here.
We at Trinity are an inclusive, progressive, and creative community located in the heart of downtown Toledo. We are committed to the following ideals:
- We will practice radical hospitality.
- We will be engaged in the life of our city.
- We will stand with those in need: the poor, the sick, the friendless, the marginalized.
- We will actively invite all to experience and celebrate God’s living presence.
- We will journey together toward a Christ-centered life, pursuing personal ministries that
connect us to God, to one another, and to the world around us.
We reach out to the world and to the community to show the faith can bring peace, justice, and hope.
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"...let us not love with words or tongue but with
actions and in truth."
1 John 3.18
|September 13 at 9AM
Rick's City Diner
5333 Monroe St.
|Sept 14 at 10:30am
We’ll kick off the new
church program year with Rally Day. We will have
one service with a blended worship style at 10:30,
followed by a potluck lunch in My Brother’s Place on
the 2nd floor (and out on the plaza, weather
It’ll be a great day to come back after the summer
vacation season; you may see some new faces that
have joined us while you were away. We’ll launch
adult and youth formation programs and have
information on several ministries. We’re going to
trust in the “luck” part of potluck, so bring a dish of
whatever you’d like to share.
||Race for the Cure
The 21st Annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will take place in downtown Toledo on Sunday morning,
September 28. For the past thirteen years, Trinity has embraced this event in our neighborhood, participating in
many ways. Everyone in the Trinity community can find at least one way to support the Race. For example:
Imitate Jesus. Feed the multitudes at the corner of Washington and Huron, across
the street from Fifth Third Field’s home plate entrance. Stay the whole time, or
pick your preferred shift:
Lots of help is needed with this, but you've got to sign up well in advance.
- Set-up (early risers): 5:30-8:30am
- Hand-out (those who enjoy the chaos): 8:30-10:30a
- Clean-up (sleep a bit later): 10:30a-12:00pm
Contact Jill Snyder today, or tomorrow at the latest.
Run or walk the 5K race or the family fun walk on Race day. Plenty of
information and online registration is at www.komennwohio.org. There’s even a
registration category for supporters who prefer to “Sleep in For the Cure.” If you’d
like to organize a group of Trinity runners, walkers or strollers, now’s the time.
Pray. Wherever you are on that morning, pray for the Race participants and all those touched by breast cancer.
Pray without ceasing, pray with your hands and feet, and together we’ll help find a cure.
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