Tri Point Church of God has several ministries within the church to make an impact on the lives of people everywhere while using your spiritual gifts. Ministries gives everyone an opportunity to get connected. It's all about being the 'hands & feet' of Jesus! To learn more about your Spiritual Gifts, Click Here
Vacation Bible School POLAR BLAST is July 30th -August 1st from 5:30-8pm nightly. Registration Form available to print Click Here.
Our children's program provides opportunities for children to learn about God on Sunday mornings. We also offer exceptional childcare for infants and toddlers during our Sunday morning services, so you can know that your child is in great hands while you worship God and learn from His Word.
The following Sunday morning Bible classes begin at 9:00 am:
Nursery Terrific 2's & 3's
Pre-K & Kindergarten
Grades 2nd & 3rd
Grades 4th -5th
Grades 6th - 8th
Kidz Church during the 10:00 am service is for ages 4-10 yrs old. This is a class that takes kids step by step through a learning process in God's Word. The class includes lesson, activity, and a snack.
The Mix is an awesome place for students looking for a perfect opportunity to meet new friends and grow in their relationship with God. At Tri Point Church of God, youth have a blast playing outrageous mixers, worshipping God, lifting each other up in prayer and studying & applying God's Word to their own lives. Wednesday nights at 6:30pm is a great (and sometimes crazy...) place to get plugged in and meet a bunch of cool kids looking to learn more about Jesus. So, rather than sitting at home on a Wednesday night watching Netflix, why not come and hang out at the coolest place in town! We also meet every Sunday morning at 9am.
MEDICAL RELEASE FORMS: Click here
CHRISTIAN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION: Click Here
May my lips overflow with praise, for you teach me your decrees. May my tongue sing of your Word, for all your commands are righteous. Psalm 119:171-172
We value the worship of God in both our personal and corporate lives. We seek to worship and celebrate God's love in ways that are authentic, culturally relevant, that honor God and inspire those who attend our services. Romans 12:1-2 and Psalm 100:2-4 We believe gathered worship expressed through music and the arts: Is vital expression of church community life as the people of God come together to celebrate His goodness. Psalm 95:1-7 Helps bring people to an awareness of the presence of God. Encourages the community of God's people to connect with, encounter, and express their praise and love for Him. Colossians 3:16 Articulates the praise of all creation. Revelation 5:13 Shifts the focus from ourselves to God, and reminds the church that He is the center of our personal and church life. Creates an environment for the Holy Spirit to minister. Has a teaching role through scriptural truth in song. Psalm 119:172 Prepares hearts to receive God's Word through the message. Witnesses to unbelievers. Psalm 40:3 Inspires the people to go out and live as spirit and truth worshippers. Romans 12:1-2
A Small Group is really where LIFE happens. In Small Groups we break bread together, learn from God's Word, pray together, hang out, and really model the church. We are in it together in the good times as well as the hard ones. Life is BETTER together! If you would like more information about Small Groups, call the church office at 989-848-5247 or email Jody: Click Here.
A hurt, habit or hang-up can be anything that keeps you from realizing your full potential as a person. Hurts, habits and hang-ups can knock you off of God’s plan and throw you into a worldly detour headed toward destruction and despair. A “hurt” could be classified as any life experience that may have damaged your heart. Some offense against you that crippled your ability to deal with the world in a healthy way. Something that may have twisted your view of yourself, God or others. Almost everyone suffers from a hurt, habit or hang-up. Almost anyone can benefit from Compassionate Recovery. To send an email for more information Click Here
Need to talk to someone? Professional counseling is available!
POINTES NORTH COUNSELING
- Child, Adolescent and Adult therapy
- Individual, Couple, Family and Group
- Informational seminars available
- Certified to perform standardized tests
- Career Counseling
- Childhood Grief
- Art & Play Therapy
- ADHD in Children
- Defiant Children
- Marriage & Family
This practice is maintained as a ministry through Tri Point Church of God in Mio & Alpena. Fees are established based upon a sliding scale according to gross family income.
POINTES NORTH COUNSELING
Debra K.A. Pattullo, M.A., L.P.C.
Phone: 989-745-2531 or email: Click Here
- Child, Adolescent and Adult therapy
No child should be cold in Oscoda County's Michigan winters. Through generous monetary or other donations from individuals, and Mio & Fairview School Student Council's coat drives in the past years, we can keep an ample stock in various sizes to help outfit children when there is a need.
The Coats Closet provides:
For more information, or if you would like to help with promoting Coats For Kids or donating items, contact the church at 989-848-5247.
Prayer is the backbone of our church and Christian lives. Through prayer we CAN move mountains. People experience healing of the physical, emotional and spiritual needs. If you have a prayer request, Click Here. To learn more about our prayer group, contact the church at 989-848-5247.
Bringing joy & hope through Christmas gifts and food to needy or disadvantaged people in Oscoda County, MI has been going on for 30+ years. Each year a list is generated by DHS and various other "tips". Monetary donations are collected by Tri Point Church of God congregation and a few volunteers do the shopping & wrapping. Gifts are then delivered to each home before Christmas. It takes many volunteers assisting in this ministry.
Each year Christmas is provided with food and gifts for over 50 individuals all in Jesus Name! What a wonderful way to put Christ into Christmas.
For more information on how you can help, contact Ministry Coordinator,
Roberta via email: Click Here or by Phone: 989-848-5247.