11/12/2020 Update: The Bishop of the Great Plains Annual Conference, Rev. Dr. Ruben Saenz Jr., recently set guidelines asking churches in counties where the situation regarding COVID-19 is critical to suspend in person worship for the foreseeable future. The ad-hoc reopening committee of Trinity Ralston has decided to abide by this request due to the hospitalization rate in the Douglas County area. When we are able to hold in-person worship again, that information will be made available as quickly as possible.
We will best get through this pandemic if we all extend compassion and grace to our fellow humans. Thank you for your cooperation.
Until we can open our doors again, please join our live-stream worship service at 10am on Sundays. You can access that by clicking here.
Second, the Lost and Found Clothing Center is open by appointment only. Please click here for more information.
Lastly, Bishop Ruben Saenz, Jr. has this message: “Although we cannot yet physically meet together as churches of the Great Plains Conference, we can meet together in prayer. I ask that you pray the Lord’s Prayer at noon until all gathering restrictions are lifted in the United States, and we can meet together again as churches. This act of solidarity will keep us prayerfully connected. It takes less than 30 seconds to pray the Lord’s Prayer, but doing so will unite us with Christ, with each other, and it will change the world.
The following activities have been placed on a temporary hold:
- Sunday School
- Fun and Fellowship
- Saturday Sisters Book Club
- UMW Meetings
- Dining for Women
- Trinity Men
The following activities are now occurring in person:
- Choir Practice (Wednesdays at 6pm, mix of in-person and on Zoom)
- Kids for Christ (Wednesdays at 6pm)
- Youth Group (Wednesdays at 7pm)