Mark Driscoll Looking for a Meeting Place for The Trinity Church

The Trinity Church. Used by permission of Becky Garrison
The Trinity Church.
Used by permission of Becky Garrison

Ho-hum.

In a email sent to supporters today, Driscoll details what he is looking for in a meeting place:

 

Howdy everyone,

I want to thank all of you who have been praying for and connecting with Mark Driscoll Ministries. I’m on the road teaching this week, but I look forward to returning home to catch some sun and spring training baseball games with my family.

We are in the first steps of planting The Trinity Church in the greater Phoenix area. As we continue to make plans, many people have asked where we will meet and when we will start services. Both of those questions will be answered when we find a church building to call home. Our search for a building is underway. As soon as we have a home we will let everyone know. In the meantime, we genuinely appreciate everyone who is praying for this next step.

Here are some specific things we are asking the Lord to provide with our first church home:

·      The ability to meet multiple times on Sunday mornings

·      Space for the main service

·      Lots of space for children’s ministry

·      Close proximity to a major freeway for accessibility

Lastly, with Good Friday and Easter Sunday coming up, I want to let you know about a free eBook called Gerry Breshears and I put together. It’s called “It is Finished! Jesus’ Death and Resurrection”. You can download in now EPUB http://bit.ly/1QVPqnx

Thanks for your support,

Pastor Mark Driscoll

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