Living in Difficult Times – living in the shadow of COVID-19
We have been thrust into an environment where there may be danger nearby, but we may not be able to see it. That can be pretty scary stuff.
What better time than this to draw near to Jesus? And remember his words as spoken in John 16:33, “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”
Things you should know about what is happening at Trinity Vineyard
To protect one another by minimizing person-to-person contact, Trinity Vineyard will be having online Sunday morning worship meetings instead of a physical meeting in our beautiful building. We have decided to use networking software that will allow participation in an online meeting.
When you join the meeting at 10am or before, you will have the option to turn on a video of yourself (if you have a camera facing you) so that others can see you.
We will start at 10am on Sunday with a welcome and then we will worship together. Our worship team will not be playing, but we will worship with music selected by the main worship leader for that day. Nate and I will be giving the sermons live. We will have chat box capabilities for comments and questions.
To see the messages for the current sermon series, visit our current sermon series page by clicking here.
Link to the next event.
For security purposes we will no longer publish an invitation to the next event. Only those who are invited will be able to attend. If you want to receive an invitation, please call the church office at 630-587-1414. Events include our Sunday service at 10am, a Tuesday prayer meeting, a Thursday Bible study, and special events listed on our calendar, like our Maunday Thursday service and our Good Friday service.
What about reopening the physical church building?
We will be following procedures that meet or exceed guidelines as mandated by Illinois. We will probably have a period where we are meeting in the church building and also streaming the service online.
Also, now that we are in Covid phase 3 in Illinois, growth groups are also available. Click growth groups for more information about growth groups. (Some meet online and others meet in person.)
Anything else to know about what’s happening at the church building?
Cement work has started by the corner of 7th Ave. and Walnut. The city is doing some work, and we are doing some work. Our job already started with the removal of some cement. Our volunteers dramatically reduced the price of the cement removal.