Trinity United Presbyterian Church
5151 Lennon Road
Flint, MI  48507
Trinity United Presbyterian Church 2007-2020
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A multicultural
success story
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“It’s not about where you’ve
been that matters most to God,
it’s where you’re GROWING…”
We are a diverse community of
disciples of Jesus Christ
GROWING together. With the
always present power of the
Holy Spirit, we share our lives,
care for one another, worship,
pray, study God’s word, and
serve both inside and outside
the walls of the church.
We invite you to come and
GROW with us.

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With warm acceptance we greet
you in the name of Christ.  Let us
strive to show love to our Creator
and to one another as we gather
in God's family.
We would love to welcome you in person or answer any questions you may have.  
We hope you will visit with us in the near future whether in person, by phone or via
email.  We look forward to having you worship with us soon.  

You are welcome to contact the office if you need assistance at 810-720-5152
Monday thru Friday from 9am to 1pm.
Our FAX # is 810-820-2433

We welcome you to our new building at 5151 Lennon Road, just west of Linden
Road in Flint Township.
October 5, 2020

In-Person Worship Resumes Oct 18, 10am
The Session voted to resume inperson worship, in addition to our
online recorded worship services. In following the state of Michigan public venue
requirements, the sanctuary seating will be capped at 25%. The Session will require each
person to wear a cloth mask and we will have disposable masks available, if needed.
The Greeters will take your temperature, ask you to use hand sanitizer, and will inquire
whether you or anyone you have been around has been exposed to COVID-19.  If you are
not feeling well, or cannot wear a mask comfortably for an hour, please consider staying at
home and continuing to worship with Trinity United online. Even though we want to be
together and worship in the sanctuary, we must also care for each other by following the
health and safety recommendations from the CDC and Genessee County Health Dept.

What Will Worship Be Like?
Everyone will be asked to wear a mask, use hand sanitizer, and maintain 6 feet of physical
distancing with individuals not in your household. Attendance will also be taken as you
enter the building.  Ushers will seat you and your household 6 feet from other attendees;
pews will be marked to ensure safe distances. At the end of the service, you will be excused
row by row, from the rear of the sanctuary to the front.

Restrooms will be open, but you are asked to refrain from walking around the other rooms
of the church, many of which will be locked to limit access. Please remain in the sanctuary,
so there are fewer areas to disinfect before and after the service.
Low-touch or no-touch: Words and prayers will be projected on the screen in the sanctuary.
The offering plates will not be passed—they will be at the rear of the sanctuary as you
come in. Communion will be individually packaged juice and wafers. You are asked to
refrain from shaking hands and hugging. You are encouraged to bring your own Bible or
hymnal from home each week— hymnals and Bibles will not be in the pews.

Small Groups Resume
Small groups and committees under 10 people are allowed to resume meeting at church.
You must follow the same precautions and wear masks at all times. You must RSVP the
room ahead of time with the office and you must take attendance and leave the list in the
TUPC is committed to providing an environment that is properly sanitized. Hard surfaces in
the sanctuary and church will be sanitized by our janitor and volunteers before and after
Sunday worship. If your small group or committee uses an area of the church, please clean
up after yourselves and sanitize the hard surfaces, including door handles, tables
and chairs with the disinfectant spray and paper towels.

Committees & Groups
Small groups and committees are still encouraged to meet “virtually” on Zoom and/or
provide the option for group members to participate from home via computer or by phone
and call in.

Worship Online
Worship will still be available for those who wish to participate from home. View live via
Zoom on computer or call in by phone. Recordings will be on Facebook and YouTube.