Welcome to Trinity

Trinity United Methodist Church, Sequim, Washington
Trinity United Methodist Church, Sequim, Washington

Welcome, Welcome, Welcome! You are extravagantly Welcome!

Answering God’s call to welcome all people as they are, our doors are open to everyone seeking a faith community that makes a difference in the real world. Here, worship and community life merge to create a transforming and inviting experience.  You will find that our members and friends constitute a diverse group of caring, generous, and welcoming people.

Join us; we’re saving a place just for you!

December services

    • December 11, 2022: Third Sunday of Advent, 10 a.m. Worship Service
    • December 18, 2022: Fourth Sunday of Advent, 10 a.m. Worship Service
    • December 21, 2022: Longest Night Service, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.
    • December 24, 2022: Candlelighting Service, 3 p.m.
    • December 25, 2022: Christmas Service, 10 a.m.

Directory of Sunday services

Text of sermons or, for more recent services, video of the entire service.

December 4, 2022: Advent-ure #2: Have Hope!

December 4, 2022: Advent-ure #2: Have Hope!
December 4, 2022: Advent-ure #2: Have Hope!

November 27, 2022: Advent-ure #1 – Get Ready!

November 27, 2022: Advent-ure #1 – Get Ready!
November 27, 2022: Advent-ure #1 – Get Ready!

Slideshow of Veteran’s Recognition 2022

November 18,  2022: Thanksgiving Food Distribution

🎄 December 2022 Calendar 🎄

This is how we show our love for one another (COVID Rules)

Revised TUMC COVID-19 Protocols (as of October 2022)

Exposure to COVID-19

If you have been in the church and find out that you were exposed to COVID prior to being here, please contact Jim Stoffer and the church office, 360-683-5367 or church@sequimtumc.org. There are steps and processes that we will need to take to ensure the health and safety of Trinity and our community.
 
If you are experiencing COVID-like symptoms – fever, cold or flu symptoms – please stay home and take a COVID test. If you test positive, please notify the church.
 
We review the recommended actions from the Pacific Northwest Conference and the Greater Northwest Area of the United Methodist Church. We then confer with our County and Regional Health Officer, plus the Tribal Health Clinic, and then check in with Trinity United leadership.
 
This is how we show our love for one another, and our community.

7:11 Breakthrough prayer

Please stop and pray this prayer daily at 7:11 am and 7:11 pm.

Oh God, we ask you to intervene powerfully in the spiritual life of this church so that we may be an inspiring sign of your presence in our world and a truly welcoming, joyful, hope-giving presence in our community.

We ask this that we may serve you through serving one another, in the name of your beloved Son Jesus.

Amen

Refer to Ephesians 3:14-21