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Learn more at http://trinitybozeman.org Trinity Church wholeheartedly embraces the historic Christian Faith as it is expressed in the ancient creeds of the world-wide church. Reformed Tradition: Trinity Church is committed to the theological heritage of the Protestant Reformation. We are members of the Presbyterian Church in America, a group of churches whose unifying beliefs are summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith. Trinity Church exists to celebrate the Trinity. The Trinity is ...
 
WHERE WE ARE 432 Bozeman Road, Madison, MS 39110 WHEN WE MEET We worship together every Sunday at 10:00 am (Sunday School 9:00 am). WHAT WE BELIEVE Holy Trinity’s core beliefs are firmly planted in the mainstream of historic Anglican thought and practice. These beliefs include: Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life: No one comes to the Father but by Him. The Holy Bible, Old and New Testaments, is the inspired Word of God, containing all things necessary for salvation, and to be th ...
 
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Preached by Pastor Bryan Clark Sunday, October 3, 2021 As we continue our series in 2 Samuel, we come to the story of Tamar in chapter 13. For some, her story will be particularly painful to read. We don’t want to ignore tough stories like this. Instead, we hope to handle them with discretion and sensitivity. Most importantly, we yearn to see the b…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, September 19, 2021 Walking Trees Introduction: The Miracle Worker (1962): In the movie, which is based on true events, Helen Keller is both blind and deaf because of a fever she had as an infant. She can’t communicate. Nor can people communicate with her. Her family hires Anne Sullivan as her teacher to try t…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, September 5, 2021 Mark 7:31-37 When Jesus Spits Introduction: This story speaks to two very different views of the world. On the one hand there are certain Christians who are only concerned about spiritual matters. For them, to be a Christian means that when you die you go to heaven. This world and this life …
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, August 15, 2021 Four Reasons Not to Prayer the Lord’s Prayer Introduction: In the evenings, before I go to bed, I try to read a poem from the English poet George Herbert. One of his most famous poems is called Prayer. And in that poem, he refers to prayer as “reversed thunder.” Thunder originates in the heave…
 
June 27, 2021 Mark 7:24-30 Crumbs from the Table Introduction: In this passage, Jesus’ interaction with this woman comes across as off-putting for a couple of reasons. First, here is a woman who is in a desperate situation. Her daughter is sick. Perhaps dying. She musters the courage to come and ask Jesus for help and Jesus initially rebuffs her re…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, June 20, 2021 The Stain Introduction: A few years back, Annmarie and I really got into the television show “Sherlock Holmes” starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. The show was consistent with Arthur Conan Doyle’s original stories. The most exciting parts for me is when Sherlock would enter a crime…
 
June 6, 2021 Mark 6:45-52 Troubled Waters Introduction: This is the second time in the Gospel of Mark where we find the disciples struggling in a boat in the middle of a storm. The image of a ship being tossed around the sea in a storm is a universal image. It shows up in famous paintings, well-known novels, and in popular movies. It also appears i…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, May 23, 2021 Mark 6:34-44 The Good, the Bad, the Hungry Introduction: The documentary The God the Bad the Hungry is about the champions who compete in the National Hotdog Eating Contest. The record is 72 hotdogs in 10 minutes. That’s over 7 hotdogs/minute. 12,000 calories and 16 lbs of food in 10 minutes. The…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, May 2, 2021 Mark 6:14-29 If You Stand for Nothing, What’ll You Fall For? Introduction: On Tuesday mornings, the elders and deacons get together to pray for the church at 7AM. When we met last Tuesday, I was running late, so I didn’t have time to make my coffee. So after our prayer meeting, I decided to go to …
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, April 11, 2021 The Home Court Disadvantage Introduction: In the world of sports, it is always better for a team to play on their home court. There are numerous reasons, for this: When teams play on their own home court, they don’t get worn down by traveling to another town. They get to sleep in your own bed i…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, March 28, 2021 Palm Sunday Introduction: Since today is Palm Sunday we are skipping ahead in the book of Mark to the first Palm Sunday when Jesus rode into Jerusalem with crowds cheering and waving Palm branches. This Sunday marks the beginning of what the church calls “Holy Week” or “Passion Week.” Holy Week…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, March 7, 2021 Two Daughters, Twelve Years, and One Faith Introduction: My wife, Annmarie, shared an article with me recently. The author of the article, Tony Reinke, was on vacation in Norther Minnesota with his family. They rented a cabin along the shoreline of Lake Superior. One day, they went for a hike an…
 
Preached by Pastor Bryan Clark Sunday, February 28, 2021 The Promise part 3 (2Sa 7:18-28) Feb 28, 2021 Intriguing quote in Shall We Dance (2004), (Richard Gere’s wife). Looked it up on IMDB, this quote was the first one listed. Had 4x as many likes as any other quote. Something here that resonates deeply: “We need a witness to our lives. There's a …
 
Sun, Feb 21, 2021 Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Mark 5:1-20 Where My Demons Hide, Part 2 Introduction: In 2009, a journalist by the name of Matt Baglio, wrote a book called, The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exoricist. Matt was working as a journalist in Rome when he read that the Vatican was offering training classes in exorcism for Catholic prie…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Sunday, February 7, 2021 Mark 5:1-20 Where My Demons Hide Introduction: This is one of the more puzzling passages in the NT; it leaves us scratching our heads with multiple questions. For example: What were the events in this man’s life that led him to become demon possessed and live out such a miserable life? We nev…
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling January 24, 2021 Mark 4:35-41 While You Were Sleeping Introduction: The image of a ship being tossed about in a storm is a universal, evocative one. It appears across the board in literature, in paintings, in movies, and in multiple places in the Bible. In fact, when the early Christians started building their own ch…
 
Preached by Pastor Bryan Clark Sunday, January 17, 2021 True Worship: Michal vs. Uzzah (2Sa 6:12-19): Jan 17, 2021. This is our third Sunday on 2Samuel 6. I love this story b/c it is so rich and vivid, and we want to explore every detail and see from diff angles. After years of waiting, David has just become king in Jerusalem. He wants to bring the…
 
Preached by Pastor Bryan Clark Sunday, January 10, 2021 Dancing Half Naked (2 Sa 6:11-23) Jan 10, 2021 I love this story because, in one sense, it’s so relatable. We’ve all had time when we’ve been on cloud 9. Delirious with joy for whatever reason. Giddy. Life couldn’t be better. And then someone pops your balloon. Rains on your parade. Sometimes …
 
Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling January 3, 2021 Mark 4:21-34 More than Meets the Eye Introduction: In the 1980s, the toy action figures called transformers came out. Transformers are cars and trucks. They are perfect for fighting evil aliens because the aliens look at them and just see a harmless vehicle. But when the alien least expects it, the ca…
 
December 13, 2020 Mark 4:1-20 A Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside an Enigma Preached by Pastor Jeff Hamling Introduction: Many of you have favorite Christmas movies you enjoy watching in the weeks leading up to Christmas. Perhaps one of the most popular is the 1983 movie, A Christmas Story, where the main character, Ralph, fanaticizes about gett…
 
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