Welcome to Trinity Assembly of God!
4398 State Route 31
Clay, NY 13041
As of June 10, 2010, Trinity Assembly of God has a new website and this site will no longer be updated.
Please visit TAG here: http://trinityagchurch.org/
But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. - Matt. 6:33
We welcome you to join us in practicing a very personal faith. Webelieve in a personal God who cares about you; He knows what you needand He wants to be involved in your life. He brings those who acceptHim into God's spiritual family and gives us the most fulfillinglife. God's Holy Spirit comes to live in us and helps us to livefor Him. This very personal relationshipmakes possible the most meaningful worship. Simply, sincerely, andsometimes spontaneously, each of us may express our praise and prayer toGod.
Our Mission Statement includes our threefold reasons for being:
- To EXALT the Godhead (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) through Service, Praise, and Worship;
- To EDIFY the Body of Christ (the Church) through Fellowship and Discipleship;
- To EVANGELIZE the World through Prayer, Witnessing, and Supporting Missionaries.
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An Awesome God!
In a recent ministry trip I just happened to notice the different kinds of shoes in the airport. As you can imagine, people are everywhere and it seems as though no two people have on the same kind of...
Duct Tape and Soda Pop
Outreaches can either flop or leave a lasting memory years later...and hopefully good memories. Check out this one outreach idea that took place in a small community and left folks talking about it months after it happened!
Giving Thanks When Giving Is All You've Got
Sometimes outreaches don't go as planned and the expected results can be disappointing. During these times, leaders need to look for the hidden fruit and encourage themselves and their congregattions as only spiritual leaders can. Here are some things to think about the next time your outreach efforts seem to fall far short of your expectations.