By Rev. Dr. Phyllis Tippit The protests and marches that are taking place all over America and all over the world seem to be one of few ways black Americans can express their anguish and anger over the totally unnecessary death of yet another black person stopped by the police. I feel touched by […]
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By Reverend Woody Brown My Dear Trinity Friends, This is a significant Sunday (at least it is for me). Sunday, July 7, 2019 marks the first Sunday with our new pastoral relationship. During the next four Sundays, we will look to the Gospel of Luke asking the question: “How Shall We Live?” I. with Purpose […]
By Barb Williamson At worship this morning, our Minister of Music, Don Roberts, PREACHED! Oh my did he preach! Don went to Seminary but his ministry is in music. He spoke this morning about Moses and the Rod of God. The scripture from Exodus talked about God’s exchange with Moses and about the hissing snake […]
Of all my years of doing the 30 Hour Famine, this year’s will definitely go down as one of my favorites. Friday night was filled with energizers, lots of team spirit, and fun at Adventure Landing. Even though the bumper cars were not working and the putt-putt course was cold and wet, Trinity youth made […]
I remember a discussion last year with Cole and Cooper. Cole had just completed his fourth 30-Hour Famine. Cooper commented that he didn’t think he could go without food for 30 hours. I made the decision then that I would participate with the boys the following year. I did so last weekend and, wow, what […]
Just a handful of water, a baby’s indignant cry, an adult’s grimace as the water drips down their face—what’s the big deal about baptism? Why is it important enough for us to hold a special service of renewal at the beginning of every year? In the words of the PC(USA): “Baptism is one of two […]