With the Church throughout the centuries, we at Trinity Reformed Church view worship as the chief work of God’s people. In the first instance, though, worship is not our service to God but the Lord’s service to us. We assemble here because we believe He will do what He has promised.
What has He promised to do in our worship? He calls us together promising to cleanse us from our sins, speak to us in His word, hear our prayers and praises, feed us at His table, and send us out into the world under His blessing.
We trust that God is in fact renewing covenant with us so that we may live each day in communion with Him and with one another. Because we trust His promises, we come together expectantly looking to our Triune God to work on and in us that we might work for Him.
Epiphany Lectures 2017: Dr. Voddie Baucham
Please join us for the annual Epiphany Lectures, hosted by Trinity Reformed Church. This year’s speaker is Dr. Voddie Baucham. The theme of the lectures will be One Blood: How Christ Reconciles vs. the Liberal Agenda. The lectures will focus on racial reconciliation in America, what Christians should think of Black Lives Matter, as well as how to reach out as Christians in an increasingly hostile environment. There will be one talk on Friday evening, January 27th, at 7pm, followed by a Q&A session. On Saturday, January 28th, starting at 9am, there will be three talks also accompanied by a Q&A session. Here is the link to the Facebook event.
We appreciate Facebook RSVPs as notes of your enthusiasm, but we do need you to register for this conference. To do so, please click here.
For more information on Dr. Voddie Baucham, visit: voddiebaucham.org/about.
We will have childcare available on Friday night only. To sign up for childcare, please click this link.
If you have any additional questions, please email the Trinity Reformed Church office: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us for our Lord’s Day worship service at 8:30 am or 10:45 am.
On Sunday, January 8th, we will have only one service at 9:30 am. On January 15th, we will return to our normal two services.
101 Palouse River Dr., Moscow, ID
Trinity Reformed Church began as a mission church of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho in the fall of 2003. It became a full member church of the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches (CREC) at the CREC Presbytery meeting in the fall of 2005.
We are very blessed to have our current building. If you are interested in donating funds towards the ongoing remodel projects, please contact the church office.