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The latest news and articles from Trinity Central, a church in downtown Vancouver.  

Welcome to Trinity Central, a Word and Spirit-filled church in downtown Vancouver. We meet on Sunday mornings at 10:30am at the Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver. You are very welcome to join us!

Why are you going to Thirst – Part 2

There are just two weeks left to get yourself registered for the event of the year – Thirst 2015! If you still haven’t booked and are looking for a reason why you should – we’ve rounded up a few more people to tell us why they’re excited about going to Thirst this year. And once…

Time to get crafty

Does this sound like you – spending hours on Pinterest, pinning hundreds of projects, none of which you’ve ever done? Go into Michael’s for a pen, emerge an hour later with a guilty stash of craft goodies? a forgotten box hidden at the back of your closet, full of half finished projects? If so –…

Why are you coming to Thirst? Part 1

Thirst 2015 is getting closer, and we at Trinity Central think it’s the place you need to be this summer. But don’t just take our word for it! We have people booked in for Thirst from Vancouver, Fredericton NB, the United Kingdom and even from Jakarta, Indonesia! So we asked a few people the important…

New LifeGroup Term – New LifeGroup

Trinity Central launches new LifeGroup in Olympic Village At the start of the next LifeGroup term, Trinity Central will have a new LifeGroup starting up in Olympic Village, led by Mark and Sarah Peskett. We had a chat with Mark and Sarah, to find out more about them and their plans for LifeGroup.   Q….

Monday Night Fun

Monday nights just got more fun! Looking for a way to spend time with friends, meet new people and enjoy some fun? Then you need to know about these two Trinity Central events happening on Monday nights in Vancouver! Soccer Enjoy the beautiful game? Come and join us for a game of soccer! We welcome…

The Challenge of Kingdom Living

When the apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Corinth, he had to confront them on certain behaviour issues in the church. It turns out that one man in the church had begun a sexual relationship with his step-mother – and the church, instead of confronting this man on his sin, were seeing the relationship…

Making Prayer a Priority

Over the last three years while Trinity Central has been establishing and growing in Vancouver, we have seen significant times or breakthrough and direction at our prayer meetings. We meet to pray together every month, and three times a year set aside a full week for prayer. They are important times, not just ‘optional ad…

Jeremy Little & Jamie Aplin visit Trinity Central

This weekend we have a great opportunity to learn more about the new Toronto church plant which Trinity Central is supporting. Toward the end of 2014, Rhys spent some time with  Jeremy Simpkins, Jeremy Little and Jamie Aplin as the team explored plans for a new church plant in Toronto. We’re so excited as a church…

Trinity Turns Three!

For the past three years, Trinity Central has been a steadily growing community of believers meeting together to worship God and make Him known in Vancouver. From the small beginnings of a handful of people meeting in a home, we’ve seen incredible growth. At yesterday’s anniversary morning we were around 120 people joined together in…

Three Years Together

Four years ago six of us were sitting around a table in a pizza restaurant in London, England, planning and praying for a church plant in Vancouver. Three years ago, some fifteen of us were gathering in our front room to pray and talk about what it means to be a church. Fast forward to…

Week of Prayer Jan 2015 – Your Kingdom Come

The first order of business in prayer is not our business, it’s God’s business! We’ve seen over the past three posts how Jesus taught us to pray by coming to God in worship. Where does He go from there? Sure, Jesus taught us to confess our sins, to ask for daily provision, and bring our…

Week of Prayer Jan 2015 – Hallowed be Your Name

Over the past two posts we’ve talked about God’s revelation of Himself as Father, and the wonder of His limitlessness as our Father in Heaven. The next phrase that Jesus taught us to pray is one that we can often skip over, as if it were simply an introductory comment. But we should pause when…

Week of Prayer Jan 2015 – Who lives in heaven

At the start of our Week of Prayer, we considered that in coming to God in prayer we come to a Father who loves us. That is how God has chosen to reveal Himself to us, and that is the nature of the relationship that He invites us into. He adopts us into His family through…

Week of Prayer Jan 2015 – Our Father

We’re excited to be starting a week of prayer together as a church – during these weeks God speaks to us as a church family and often surprises us. When Jesus taught His disciples to pray He encouraged them to start by saying: “Our Father…” All too often the enormity of this passes us by….

Giving ourselves to God in Prayer

At Trinity Central we’re launching 2015 with a Week of Prayer. We want to launch into 2015 by giving ourselves to God in prayer. So from 6-9 January Trinity Central church will meet each evening to pray together for God’s plans and purposes in Vancouver this year. These prayer meetings are a great opportunity to intercede for our…