WHAT IS A DAY OF SACRIFICE?

Days of Sacrifice are designed to be scheduled sacrificial giving that would support the Spiritual Beltway of Triumph Church. The Spiritual Beltway represents our maturation and growth as a church. However you should never look at the Spiritual Beltway as simply a “building fund.”


WHAT DOES YOUR GIVING AFFECT?

Think of your financial sacrifice to the Spiritual Beltway as giving to the Jesus Mission Fund. This enables Triumph Church to not only create the Spiritual Beltway of the future, but to do God’s work in the present. For example: 

  • Every week, Triumph Church teaches over 1,000 kids that Jesus loves them and how their God-given talents can be used to worship and glorify God.
  • Every week, Triumph Church furthers the Christian Maturity of 200 adults through Triumph University
  • Every week, Triumph Church trains and molds the ministers and preachers of the future
  • Every week, Triumph Church helps people become saved from addictions and put on a path to recovery through our ministries.
  • Every week, families are being put back together.
  • Every week, hope and help is being brought to the poor in Detroit with our Evangelism & Outreach Department
  • Every week, people are finding their way back to God!


WHAT IS THE PROGRESS OF THE SPIRITUAL BELTWAY?

The execution of elements of the Spiritual Beltway has continued in earnest since August 2009. This month, we will begin the installation of a new roof for the East campus in preparation for increased ministry activities and brand new weekly worship services. We have partnered with a supplemental educational services company to help give free tutoring to all the children who need additional assistance.

We have begun the final preparations for our Downtown campus at the Opera House, which includes training sessions, equipment purchases and even written agreements to assure Triumph Church-goers free downtown parking.

Additionally, we are re-evaluating our contracts to ensure they we are paying the lowest price for the best services. We are also finalizing a marketing plan that will help people all over metro-Detroit find their way back to God with our new worship service locations and increased seating capacities.

Each quarter, we have a target goal of $250,000 above normal tithes and offerings. We are short of our target, but we will continue to accept sacrificial giving associated with this quarter through the end of the month.


WHAT DOES TRIUMPH BELIEVE ABOUT SACRIFICIAL GIVING?

We believe God is calling Triumph Church to be a giving church. Giving requires our relationships, our time, our finances. But more importantly, giving is a reflection of the heart.

“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal.  But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.  For where you treasure is, there your heart will be also.” (Matthew 6:19-21)