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Faith and Finances

Vision: Trinity's Mercy Committee will lead another semester of Faith and Finances this fall on Tuesday nights. There will be opportunities to meet our Lord and receive mercy both as students and as volunteers. Perhaps you were struck by Ken Elzinga's sermon on stewardship and want to take an action step with your finances. Perhaps you find yourself living month to month, whether your paycheck is $850 or $6,000. If so, pray about having the courage to say, "I would like some help," and then consider being a student this fall and having a supportive community cheer you on in your journey as you process biblical wisdom in a format accessible to people of all income backgrounds.

Or perhaps you read Pastor Wade's article on service and are trying to figure out a way to "plug in" in a more structured way at Trinity. Perhaps you have benefited in the past from someone taking the time to pray for and invest in you or, more specifically, walk with you in your own financial stewardship journey. If so, pray about and consider what it might look like to find a way to serve in the Faith and Finances community as an Ally, meal provider, childcare provider, leader, or prayer partner. Pray about whether or not this is a time for your small group to serve and receive together. Time commitments can range from a few minutes to two hours to regularly setting aside Tuesday nights for a short season.

Logistics: Class will begin on Tuesday, September 12, and end on December 5. Each class runs from 6:30–8:30pm, every Tuesday night. Trainings for Allies will be on August 29 and September 12. Don't let a few scheduling conflicts tamp down your interest!

Signups/Questions:
Help with Meals
Be an Ally
Sign up to be a Student
Help provide Childcare
Pray for F&F
Interested in Leadership?


Faith and Finances graduated its first class of 10 people on December 18, 2016. Faith and Finances is a 12-week financial education class that was developed by the Chalmers Center for Economic Development. It is a learning community, with curriculum designed to teach financial literacy and sound practices to those who may be living paycheck to paycheck, have poor credit, have no emergency fund, or who have utilized payday loans. The content is highly interactive and designed to be accessible to individuals from a variety of educational and cultural backgrounds. View a video about Faith and Finances.