Lift Off – The Party That Starts It All!
All youth gather in the Youth Center on August 1, 4 – 6 p.m., for our big party to start the school year. 3 on 3 basketball, games, food, fun, plus a chance to sign up for camps, mission trips, and retreats during the coming year, at a discount. This event is for you if you have been involved in the youth ministry, thought about being involved in the youth ministry, or those middle and high school students who just want to find out what we are all about.

Trinity Read Team
If you like reading to children, we need you! This fall, we will be reading books to the children of Trinity Weekday Ministries! More details are coming soon, but if you are interested, please email Erica at or call 409-892-8121 ext 123. You must be safe sanctuary trained to participate.

Save the date!
Kids' Night Out will be Friday, September 10, from 6 - 9 p.m. Contact Erica at with any questions.

Taste of Beaumont - At Trinity UMC our vision is that no one walks alone. One way we can live out this vision is by walking with some of our local restaurants through "The Taste of Beaumont" card. If you are interested or want to find out more, stop by the table to pick up a Taste of Beaumont stamp card and talk with Pastor David.

Trinity Youth
Will gather weekly beginning August 8 from 4-5:30 p.m. for new and revamped youth night.

Feed My Sheep
You have the opportunity to serve next week following the 10:30 a.m. worship service. Meet in Room 221 to caravan to Weiss Park to feed our homeless neighbors. Thank you for your help with this important ministry.

New Business Manager
Misty Greene will be our new Business Manager! She begins on August 1st. Misty comes to us from being a Financial Controller with Steward Health Care in Mid-County. We are confident that Misty will be a blessing to Trinity and our ministry. She will begin with a week of orientation time with Tanya. Stay tuned for a retirement reception for Tanya to celebrate her ministry with us.


  • Happy Birthday to Sue Kent, charter member of Trinity, who will be celebrating her 100th birthday this week.
  • For our new Business Manager, Misty Greene.

Let us pray

  • For Albert and Charlotte Williamson and family in the loss of their daughter, Kim Williamson McAtee.
  • Our Youth Director, Jill Frantz, who is recovering from surgery.
  • Vacation Bible School workers and children.
  • Healthcare workers, educators, and civic leaders.
  • First Korean UMC Beaumont worshiping on our campus.

Altar Flowers
The altar flowers for Sunday are graciously given by Carol and Michael Matthews, in loving memory of his parents, Ann and Ken Matthews.

Give - by mail, bank, or online. Please call Tanya in the church office during business hours to keep up with your giving. We rely on your giving to be able to continue to fund the church ministry. Click HERE to give online.

Gifting appreciated stock - One way to give to the church (or any qualified charitable organization) is to gift appreciated stock, rather than cash. The church can sell the stock without having to pay any capital gains taxes. Further, if you have held the stock at least one year, you get to write off the full value of the stock on the date of the gift if you itemize on your taxes. Even if you don’t itemize, you still avoid the capital gains tax. For more information on how to gift stock to Trinity, contact Tanya Oliver in the church office.


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