In this blog post, Rev. Dr. Phyllis Tippit teaches us about the history of Christmas and St. Nick. What happened to St. Nikolaus?
Trinity’s vibrant prayer ministry is one of the many ways that we are Growing in Faith Together. Our congregation values praying for and with each other. Today on the blog, we are sharing a prayer guide from one of our Daily Prayer leaders, Jessie Rodriguez. Please join us in praying for these prompts today as we navigate our Stewardship season.
Through our generosity (our pledging and our tithing), we, too, are making bold theological claims about who God is and who we are. We are saying to the world that God is a magnanimous God, a God who has provided for us and gives us more than we need. We are saying that this community of Christ’s followers, this church that is the bride of Christ is worth sacrificing for.
As we begin this season, the Stewardship Committee wanted to ensure that you have all the information that you need to embrace this important time of year.
At Dr. Jim T. Wilson, Sr.’s Celebration of Life, his granddaughter Rachel shared these beautiful words written by him. A special thank you to his family for providing these wise and beautiful words with our church community.
Music Director Jennifer Jones shares her experience at the Presbyterian Association of Musicians Music and Worship Conference in Montreat, NC this summer (2022).
Weekly update from Rev. Woody Brown, Senior Pastor.
Rev. Woody Brown’s perspective on the Supreme Court news.
Weekly update from Rev. Woody Brown on June 24, 2022.
In August 2020, Dr. Derek Davis, retired Director of the J. M. Dawson Institute for Church-State Studies and current moderator of TPC’s Progressive Sunday School class, presented a special four-week series on Facebook Live called, “A Thoughtful Look at the Role of Religion in American Politics.” To view the archived videos from each week, click […]
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 […]