Prayer Gathering
Mar
27
6:30 PM18:30

Prayer Gathering

Wednesday Evening | March 27th | 6:30pm

Join us in the Worship Center for prayer. All ages are welcome to come.

*In Luke 19, we see Jesus entering the temple and chasing out those who were selling things, saying, "It is written: 'And my house shall be a House of Prayer, but you have made it a robber's den!'" Jesus didn't say, "My house shall be called a house of worship," although worship is important. He didn't say, "a house of Scripture," although that's important too. He said, "My house shall be a House of Prayer."

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Good Friday Service
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Good Friday Service

Friday Evening | April 19th | 7pm

Art, Music, Prayer, Word, Remembrance.

Why is Good Friday referred to as “good”? The trial and crucifixion of Jesus was definitely not a thing to celebrate, a “good” thing. However, the results of Christ’s death and resurrection are very good! Romans 5:8, “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” First Peter 3:18 tells us, “For Christ died for sins once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God. He was put to death in the body but made alive by the Spirit.”

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Prayer Gathering
May
29
6:30 PM18:30

Prayer Gathering

The Prayer Gatherings are designed for individuals and families (even children!) to come together to pray for Trinity. Rather than praying through a list of individual needs, areas are designated in the sanctuary with general topics. Each topic uses a different form of prayer (from silent meditation to praying aloud with others) to help everyone connect with God and effectively intercede for our church and community. Each prayer area also includes simple prayers for families or children to use (or to help guide their prayers), as well as a simple activity that both adults and children can do. The activities are meant to prayerfully reinforce the prayer topic.

The goal of the Prayer Gatherings is threefold: to help those who come to connect with Jesus, to inspire everyone at Trinity to “devote” themselves to prayer (Acts 2:42 and 6:4), and to provide an opportunity to learn and practice different forms of prayer (such as praying Scripture).

In Luke 19, we see Jesus entering the temple and chasing out those who were selling things, saying, "It is written: 'And my house shall be a House of Prayer, but you have made it a robber's den!'" Jesus didn't say, "My house shall be a house of worship," although worship is important. He didn't say, "A house of Scripture," although that's important too. He said, "My house shall be a House of Prayer."

But what does that mean? What does a "House of Prayer" look like?

Prayer can be a difficult thing. Even the disciples asked, "Lord, teach us to pray." On Wednesday, May 29th, we will have our next all-church Prayer Gathering at Trinity. We will have tables placed around the sanctuary. At each table, there will be an opportunity to pray for the needs of our church community. There will a place to pray for our pastors, another for our children, and others for our church's other needs. At the same time, we will be exploring what it might look like to be a House of Prayer.

Please join us as together we ask, "Lord, teach us to pray!"

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Arts & Music Camp at Trinity
Jul
8
to Jul 12

Arts & Music Camp at Trinity

ART AND MUSIC CAMP
July 8 – July 12

Evenings 7pm-9pm

Children entering 1st– 6th grades
Join us for a fun, interactive, time of expressing yourself through various forms of art.
Tuition: $25 per camper/ $40 per family
Cost includes art supplies and camp t-shirt

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Summer Sports Camp: Basketball
Jul
15
to Jul 19

Summer Sports Camp: Basketball

Tuition: $65 per camper/ $130 per family
Cost includes camp t-shirt

Trinity’s Basketball Camp will provide age-level training and skill development focused on both individual game and combined teamwork effort. This five-day camp will be divided into three sessions each day

Middle School Youth (entering 6th-8th)
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Grade School Children (entering 4th-5th)
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Grade School Children (entering 1st-3rd)
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

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Kids Summer Camp
Jul
22
to Jul 26

Kids Summer Camp

Zoom in! Focus on Jesus!
Grab your camera and join us as we seek out exotic animals, while also finding snapshots of real-life encounters with Jesus in Scripture. Go from bewildered to believing as you get In The Wild!

Two camps to choose from:

Kid’s Camp
Children must have completed Kindergarten through 5th grade by June 2019
9:00am – 1:30pm

Kid’s Camp Preschool
Children must be between 3 -5 yrs old (TK) and potty trained
9:00am – 11:30am

*NEW – Pre-registration pick-up day! On Saturday July 20th all those that have pre-registered can pick u their camp t-shirts and the first day’s wristbands and skip the registration line on Monday morning!
Camp Tuition is $25 per camper/ $40 per family
Includes a Trinity Kid’s Camp T-Shirt

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Prayer Gathering
Jul
31
6:30 PM18:30

Prayer Gathering

The Prayer Gatherings are designed for individuals and families (even children!) to come together to pray for Trinity. Rather than praying through a list of individual needs, areas are designated in the sanctuary with general topics. Each topic uses a different form of prayer (from silent meditation to praying aloud with others) to help everyone connect with God and effectively intercede for our church and community. Each prayer area also includes simple prayers for families or children to use (or to help guide their prayers), as well as a simple activity that both adults and children can do. The activities are meant to prayerfully reinforce the prayer topic.

The goal of the Prayer Gatherings is threefold: to help those who come to connect with Jesus, to inspire everyone at Trinity to “devote” themselves to prayer (Acts 2:42 and 6:4), and to provide an opportunity to learn and practice different forms of prayer (such as praying Scripture).

In Luke 19, we see Jesus entering the temple and chasing out those who were selling things, saying, "It is written: 'And my house shall be a House of Prayer, but you have made it a robber's den!'" Jesus didn't say, "My house shall be a house of worship," although worship is important. He didn't say, "A house of Scripture," although that's important too. He said, "My house shall be a House of Prayer."

But what does that mean? What does a "House of Prayer" look like?

Prayer can be a difficult thing. Even the disciples asked, "Lord, teach us to pray." On Wednesday, July 31st, we will have our next all-church Prayer Gathering at Trinity. We will have tables placed around the sanctuary. At each table, there will be an opportunity to pray for the needs of our church community. There will a place to pray for our pastors, another for our children, and others for our church's other needs. At the same time, we will be exploring what it might look like to be a House of Prayer.

Please join us as together we ask, "Lord, teach us to pray!"

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Prayer Gathering
Sep
25
6:30 PM18:30

Prayer Gathering

The Prayer Gatherings are designed for individuals and families (even children!) to come together to pray for Trinity. Rather than praying through a list of individual needs, areas are designated in the sanctuary with general topics. Each topic uses a different form of prayer (from silent meditation to praying aloud with others) to help everyone connect with God and effectively intercede for our church and community. Each prayer area also includes simple prayers for families or children to use (or to help guide their prayers), as well as a simple activity that both adults and children can do. The activities are meant to prayerfully reinforce the prayer topic.

The goal of the Prayer Gatherings is threefold: to help those who come to connect with Jesus, to inspire everyone at Trinity to “devote” themselves to prayer (Acts 2:42 and 6:4), and to provide an opportunity to learn and practice different forms of prayer (such as praying Scripture).

In Luke 19, we see Jesus entering the temple and chasing out those who were selling things, saying, "It is written: 'And my house shall be a House of Prayer, but you have made it a robber's den!'" Jesus didn't say, "My house shall be a house of worship," although worship is important. He didn't say, "A house of Scripture," although that's important too. He said, "My house shall be a House of Prayer."

But what does that mean? What does a "House of Prayer" look like?

Prayer can be a difficult thing. Even the disciples asked, "Lord, teach us to pray." On Wednesday, September 25th, we will have our next all-church Prayer Gathering at Trinity. We will have tables placed around the sanctuary. At each table, there will be an opportunity to pray for the needs of our church community. There will a place to pray for our pastors, another for our children, and others for our church's other needs. At the same time, we will be exploring what it might look like to be a House of Prayer.

Please join us as together we ask, "Lord, teach us to pray!"

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Prayer Gathering
Nov
20
6:30 PM18:30

Prayer Gathering

The Prayer Gatherings are designed for individuals and families (even children!) to come together to pray for Trinity. Rather than praying through a list of individual needs, areas are designated in the sanctuary with general topics. Each topic uses a different form of prayer (from silent meditation to praying aloud with others) to help everyone connect with God and effectively intercede for our church and community. Each prayer area also includes simple prayers for families or children to use (or to help guide their prayers), as well as a simple activity that both adults and children can do. The activities are meant to prayerfully reinforce the prayer topic.

The goal of the Prayer Gatherings is threefold: to help those who come to connect with Jesus, to inspire everyone at Trinity to “devote” themselves to prayer (Acts 2:42 and 6:4), and to provide an opportunity to learn and practice different forms of prayer (such as praying Scripture).

In Luke 19, we see Jesus entering the temple and chasing out those who were selling things, saying, "It is written: 'And my house shall be a House of Prayer, but you have made it a robber's den!'" Jesus didn't say, "My house shall be a house of worship," although worship is important. He didn't say, "A house of Scripture," although that's important too. He said, "My house shall be a House of Prayer."

But what does that mean? What does a "House of Prayer" look like?

Prayer can be a difficult thing. Even the disciples asked, "Lord, teach us to pray." On Wednesday, November 20th, we will have our next all-church Prayer Gathering at Trinity. We will have tables placed around the sanctuary. At each table, there will be an opportunity to pray for the needs of our church community. There will a place to pray for our pastors, another for our children, and others for our church's other needs. At the same time, we will be exploring what it might look like to be a House of Prayer.

Please join us as together we ask, "Lord, teach us to pray!"

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CR Celebration
Feb
15
6:00 PM18:00

CR Celebration

CELEBRATE RECOVERY LIVERMORE is celebrating 7 years of ministry in the Tri-Valley area.

Bring a dish to share or come as you are and celebrate what God is doing in His church. 

Tedd Moore will open the event with some of his music.

The Fishermen will present a concert and lead us in worship  

Our special guest speaker will be Kenny Brown.

Don't miss out on the fun and invite your friends!

For more information email: celebraterecoverylivermore@live.com

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IF: Gathering
Feb
8
to Feb 9

IF: Gathering

Friday, FEB 8th: 6pm-9pm & Saturday, FEB 9th: 9am-3pm

In 2019, thousands of women will gather across the world in churches and on living room floors for IF:Gathering 2019. There are all kinds of location and date options to fit your schedules.

There’s still plenty of time to sign up.

This is a generation that is not just hungry for big faith, but for a big faith that is lived out in the practical, mundane things we do and the decisions that we make everyday. Join us at IF:Gathering 2019 Live Stream right here at Trinity Church as we gather with women from across the world to learn more about what it looks like to follow God and live out this faith in our daily lives .

https://iflivermore.iflocal.com/iflivermore

REGISTER HERE

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Prayer Gathering
Jan
30
6:30 PM18:30

Prayer Gathering

Prayer is an opportunity to spend time with God. To really understand the heart of God, you need to pray. In John 15:15, Jesus says He no longer calls us his servants, but calls us His friends. Talking with God develops a deeper relationship with Him.

Join us for a time of Prayer and Petition for our Church, our Community, our Pastors, our Families, and for our City.

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CSBC Music Workshop
Jan
26
8:30 AM08:30

CSBC Music Workshop

Trinity Church is proud to host the CSBC Music Workshop this January right here in Livermore.

CSBC offers a music workshop Northern California (January) and one in Southern California (February). Each workshop offers similar classes to help music leaders and participants improve their worship leading abilities. It's a hands-on workshop, so bring your guitars, instruments, voices, drums and willingness to participate and learn.

REGISTER HERE ( This Link will take you to an external site)

Registration Details:

  • Early registration - $39 online by January 13

  • Later registration - $43 online January 14-23

  • At the door - $50

Workshop Tracks (three classes each track):

  1. Chinese Language Track - Martin Chien

    • Moving from Personal to Corporate Worship 個人與集體敬拜

    • Music Styles & Song Interpretation 音樂風格及詩歌詮釋

    • Building an Effective Team 團隊事奉與評估

  2. Pastors Track -

  3. Worship Leader Training: California Baptist University (repeated)

  4. Worship Leader Training: Steven Brooks, Gateway Seminary (repeated)

  5. Worship Leader Training: Kenny Lamm, Video Driven (repeated)

  6. Music for Children -

  7. Improving Your Voice -

  8. Praise Team Vocals - Peter Neumann

  9. Electric/Lead Guitars -

  10. Worship Leading With Guitar -

  11. Beginning Guitar in the Band -

  12. Piano and Keyboards -

  13. Drums and Percussion - Michael Mau

  14. Bass Guitar Skills - Will Yancy

  15. Media and Visual Arts -

  16. Sound Tech Training -

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Night of Joy
Dec
16
6:00 PM18:00

Night of Joy

Night of Joy is a night of Worship, Choir, Drama, and Art all celebrating the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!
Christmas is a time to invite your family to do something spectacular! So, mark your calendars and plan to spend the evening with us at Trinity Church.

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Caroling Party
Dec
7
6:30 PM18:30

Caroling Party

Join our Trinity Church Choir in a night of Singing in our beautiful Downtown.

Christmas Carols, bundled up in scarves, sipping cocoa, laughing. Spread the Joy of the Season with us on Dec. 7th at 6:30pm. For more information about where to meet, contact JacobWoll@gmail.com

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Deck the Halls: Family Decorating Party
Dec
1
1:00 PM13:00

Deck the Halls: Family Decorating Party

Deck the Halls with boughs of holly....and garland....and ornaments...and twinkle lights!

You are invited to join us on Saturday, December 1st for a Church Home Decorating Party! We'll be decorating, eating cookies, singing Christmas songs, laughing together, sharing stories, and enjoying a big pasta family dinner!

We will be starting off our afternoon at 1pm with Cider and Cookies and Plans! Join us to grab a decorating job and spend the day with us! Please be sure to let us know that you're coming so we can get a good cookie count, and if you are so blessed, please sign up to bring a dinner item too!

Children are absolutely welcome to join you in decorating, there will not be childcare at this event. *Perhaps we may have Pastor Bill read the kids a Christmas story or two!

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Trinity Church Annual Harvest Festival
Oct
27
4:00 PM16:00

Trinity Church Annual Harvest Festival

Trinity's Annual Harvest Festival is a great community event open to everyone. This carnival style event will take place on the Trinity Church campus adjacent to Hageman park in West Livermore. Bring your whole family to enjoy "trunk-or-treating", midway style games for prizes, carnival treats, and great music! We can't wait to see you there!

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Paint Your Wagon
Oct
21
10:00 AM10:00

Paint Your Wagon

After 1st and 2nd Service on October 21st, we'll be bringing cars around to "paint" a simple text advertisement on the back or side windows of our church attendees cars. This is a great way for us to reach all the corners of Livermore, and maybe further, with an invitation to come to our Harvest Festival.

FAQ's:
What dind of paint are you using? >> It's a Window chalk designed to be used for car windows. "Just Married", sporting events, and school spirit are often written on car windows to make announcements.

Is it Water proof? >> After 24 hours it is water resistant, but will come off easily with soap and water or windex.

I want to help, but I don't want to block my back window. How can I do that?>> You can put this on your rear side windows if you like. The window writers are safe for car finishes, but we will not be offering that option.

Will I have to write it? >> No, not unless you want to! We'll have some talented peoples out there to do the writing, so you can just pull up and standby.

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Trinity Kid's Camp
Jul
23
to Jul 27

Trinity Kid's Camp

July 23 - 27 from 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Join us as we learn what it means to be on God's team and how to play the game of life according to God's ultimate play book. Children must have completed kindergarten through 6th grade by June 2018. Camp tuition is $20 per child and includes a Trinity Kid's Camp t-shirt.

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