At a time when novel accommodations between science and historical Christianity abound, the question is being asked anew: Should a creationist position really be considered fundamental to Christianity?
We will review the latest evidence for rapid, continuous formation of the geologic column and the impact this is having on Flood models. We will end the session by discussing and presenting one of the best documented antediluvian (pre-Flood) artifacts in the world!
Are small groups a fad of church life or foundational to body life? Come expecting to hear the good, bad, and ugly about launching an intentionally focused small-group ministry in your local church.
In this workshop we will briefly consider the Bible’s testimony to its own capability. In addition, we will examine some of the common, sometimes subtle, often silly, substitutes that we look to in order to carry the weight of Gospel ministry objectives.
“A picture is worth a thousand words”−so it is important that we make sure our pictures are in line with the solid truth of God’s Word. This workshop will help your teaching stay God’s-Word focused.
What happens when a child comes to you wanting to receive Christ as Savior? Do you panic? Feel paralyzed? Call your pastor? Pray? It is an awesome responsibility. This workshop will help to prepare you for the exciting responsibility of counseling a child for salvation. Let’s think about some basic principles.
The Puritans have given us a rich spiritual heritage for which we are greatly indebted. We will examine the biography and works of Matthew Henry and attempt to show the practical value and influence they can have in drawing our hearts and conforming our lives to Christ.
Understanding the importance of a robust missions' program to the life of a local church.
Too often, the forming and the practice of our corporate worship services has become either a last-minute exercise or a lifeless, systematic process. One of the reasons for this is that we have lost what many Reformers reclaimed for their parishioners−the supremacy of congregational singing. A theological framework, as well as practical suggestions on how to lead the whole congregation in meaningful dialogue with God and to each other through corporate singing, will be provided.
I'm not a car guy at all! I look under the hood and see a rat's nest of wires, hoses, and fans! Thankfully, this session isn't about cars, but rather an under-the-hood look at youth ministry. We'll talk about this generation of teens and how we can reach them with regular youth meetings, activities, service projects, and discipleship. Every youth pastor wants new ideas; I'll be sharing, maybe not new, but none-the-less helpful ideas. Hope to see all you lay, part-time, and full-time Youth pastors.
Often, pastors and church leaders find themselves in a position of needing to build and lead a group of volunteers. Many times this is because the work they are doing has become more than one person can do well. How does one go about building the right team? How do you biblically motivate a group of volunteers? This workshop will seek to give practical answers to these questions.
Never before in modern history has this type of ministry been more needed. Almost every family in our communities is touched by addiction. Alcohol and drug abuse play a key role in many divorces, job losses, teen suicides, and family dysfunction. By offering an addiction ministry through the local church, we extend a helping hand and a Gospel witness to our neighbors.
Do you find yourself saying, “I don’t want to fall asleep, it’s just that my eyes close so fast!” Or perhaps (like me), “I don’t want to put people to sleep with my sermon!” Understanding how a sermon is constructed and presented will go far in aiding us in effective listening! This workshop will help!
Dr. Kevin Bauder
Dr. Sam Horn
We have been designing a fabric for many years now–the fabric of our lives. The patterns we’ve been designing are gradually expanding, gradually changing, gradually revealing more and more about us, the designer. Being a fabric designer is not a choice we make–it’s something we do moment-by-moment in our lives. The question is not whether we’re designing a life-fabric, but what the pattern of that fabric looks like. Every thought, word, and deed is like a thread that gets woven alongside others. After a few years, a decade, or a lifetime, the pattern is set. People recognize the pattern that blesses God and others OR the pattern that is just all about myself. We’re creating a life-fabric, a wrinkle-free fabric without “spot or wrinkle.”
The presentation of God’s truth carries with it the awesome responsibilities of accuracy and purpose. Many people are capable of teaching but it takes skilled work to understand and explain the divine meaning of a passage. We will attempt to show the value of expositional teaching/preaching and explain how a teacher/preacher can find God’s nugget of truth in a passage of Scripture.
This workshop will present biblical guidelines for evaluating church ministry. Those who attend will be encouraged to live life in order to give life. If successful, our time together will refocus our attention on our first love, causing us to live in the world as He was in the world.
The Children’s Ministry at Trinity is multifaceted, but we have two primary goals encompassing each age group from nursery to elementary school. It is our desire to see children grow to know and understand the love that Christ has for them, and upon receiving that love, take the next step spiritually. As our children develop physically during these years, we strive to see them developing in their love for God and others.
At Trinity, we recognize that you, the parents, have the greatest potential for reaching your children for Christ. Our children’s environments are designed to partner with you and to help each child realize the importance of and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Classroom time (age 2–5th grade) includes Bible lessons, singing, and craft/handouts to reinforce biblical truth.
All of the children’s classrooms (infant–age 4) are equipped with age appropriate toys and every class (infant–5th grade) is staffed with trained, screened volunteers to ensure that your little ones are kept safe while you attend worship services.
LEAP Preschool offers outstanding programs for children ages 3 to 5. Our thematic curriculum allows children to explore and create, both independently and with one another. Love and kindness are woven throughout our activities and interactions. Follow the link to Leap’s web page and learn more about this exciting ministry.
The goal of Bound in Truth is to edify and equip the body of Christ by providing a variety of resources to assist believers in all walks of life. We carry a wide range of bibles, devotionals for all ages, bible studies, youth fiction and biographies. Along with books, we also offer a variety of music books and recordings, dvds, and an assortment of cards and gifts.
Following AM Worship Service
Following Adult Bible Fellowship
Prior to and following the Sunday PM Service
Prior to and following the Midweek Service
Contact info: Tara Green, Bookstore Director
What is Trinity Music Academy?
Trinity Music Academy (TMA) is a group of trained Christian musicians providing quality musical instruction to people of ages and musical abilities.
TMA has been established to provide individualized musical instruction to the greater Concord communtiy. TMA desires to help students develop the skills and knowledge necessary for the personal enjoyment and the public performance of quality music.
Through the use of classically-based methods and literature that demand technique and artistry, TMA strives to develop the musical ability of its students in order to prepare them for opportunities in the areas of service, performance, and personal enjoyment.
Join us for our 10th Annual Sportsmen's Banquet on Saturday, April 5. This year's exhibits and seminars will start at 10:00am and continue throughout the day until 4:30pm.
Each year following the exhibits and seminars, we offer a complimentary dinner. This year we will be serving a full chicken dinner as well as a wild game potluck. Starting at 4:30pm, we will hear from a special speaker, R.G. Bernier, who will be speaking about his experiences. We will finish by giving away door prizes.
Seating is limited for the dinner, so please RSVP by emailing our office or calling 603.225.3999.
We would also ask that those attending the dinner be at least 10 years old.
NH Fish and Game Ed Kunelius Taxidermy
Striper Fishing Back Country Trail Blazers
Reloading NH Chapter QDMA
NWTH Great North Woods Guide Service
Trail Cameras JASE Custom Fishing Rods
Fly Tying NH Outdoor Learning Center
Ice Fishing Hunter's Education
Duck Hunting Klucky's Outdoor Adventures
Kayak Fishing Knot Tying
SCI NH Wildlife Federation
LHR Sporting Arms NH Antler and Skull Trophy Club
Windfall Rafting Boat Safety - Marine Patrol
12:00pm - Fly Tying for Beginners - Wyatt Flys
1:00pm - Striper Fishing
1:00pm - Becoming a Licensed NH Guide - Scott Jackson
2:00pm - Bear Hunting in NH
2:00pm - Duck Hunting - Mitch Filson
2:00pm - Kayak Fishing Basics - Tim Moore
3:00pm - Turkey Talking
3:00pm - Trapping - Scott Jackson
TBD - Butchering and Processing of Venison (Live Demo) - Ed Kunelius
Pellet Gun Range
NH Hunting & Fishing Videos
Freedom that Lasts Director
Pastor of Outreach
For reservations, click here.
Trinity has a dynamic, thriving, youth ministry for teens in grades 6 to 12. We seek to glorify God by seeing teens saved and conformed to the image of Christ—evidenced by a sincere love for God, a mind filled with the Word of God, and a life busy in the work of God.
Our middle school group, G4, involves our 6th through 8th graders; and The CREW, our senior high ministry, is designed for 9th through 12th graders. Both groups provide numerous opportunities for spiritual growth, ministry involvement, and crazy, fun-filled activities!
Our adult ministries are designed to build mature disciples for the Lord Jesus Christ. Whether it is our Adult Bible Fellowship round- table ministry or our men’s, ladies’ or singles’ ministry, we desire to see adults consistently growing spiritually through biblical teaching, loving fellowship, and opportunities for ministry.
The “Hub” of our adult ministries is our weekly Adult Bible Fellowships (ABF) which meet every Sunday morning at 9:30 am. That is the place where most of our adults connect with friends, find opportunities to serve and develop lasting friendships.
But there are various other adult ministries which are available for our adults. Below is a sampling of a few.
Men for Missions
College & Career Ministry
Women for Missions
Technology and Sound Ministry
Landscaping and property maintenance
Single Impact Ministry
The outreach ministry of Trinity Baptist Church exists to build bridges to our community for the purpose of planting the life-giving seed of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
It is our desire that those who worship with us can do so in a safe environment. For this reason in June 2010 the membership of TBC adopted Article 20 of the Constitution and Bylaws to appoint a Security Team.
Finally, the following action points represents safety measures that were previously in place at TBC, as well as ones that were implemented as a result of an internal audit over the past several months.
The security team of TBC will continue to audit the ministry and remains committed to seeking a safe and secure environment. If you have questions or seek clarification, please contact the Security Team.