They urged Him to stay with them . . .” [v.40]

After the townspeople heard Jesus they wanted Him to stay with them. Christian fellowship is about spending time with our Lord and each other. Once the Gospel has been shared, the natural outcome is for those who've heard to want to spend time together. Fellowship begins at its source and flows freely to those around it.

In addition to worship services and Bible classes, Trinity's members enjoy gathering at fellowship meals, picnics, and school events, as well as preparing and serving our annual sausage supper on the first Sunday of November each year. We thank God for this opportunity to share His love in Jesus Christ, and invite you to spend more time with us at Trinity.

Then we can join together with the Samaritan woman's friends and neighbors in saying: “. . . now we have heard for ourselves and we know that this man [Jesus] really is the Savior of the world.” [v.42]