May 22, 2020
Rev. Woody Brown shares his thoughts about in-person gatherings at Trinity during the pandemic.
May 2, 2020
Trinity Presbyterian Church is committed to the safety and well-being of every person who comes onto our campus.
Because of COVID-19, Trinity’s campus remains closed for the time being. The session and staff are closely monitoring and reviewing the situation and information. We are listening to advice from the most qualified and best informed sources. We are committed to protecting and serving everyone in our community.
While the campus is closed, Trinity Presbyterian Church is very much alive, active, and well. We continue to offer daily and weekly opportunities for worship, study, serve, and grow. We remain committed to our 5G Life.
At this point, we do not know when the campus will open. Again, we are unwavering in our resolve to be reasonable and responsible. However, our goal is to reopen as soon as we can do so safely.
While the church campus is closed, please continue to communicate by Realm, emails, text messages, and phone calls. Please know that your elders and staff hold you, our community, and world in our prayers.
In light of the COVID-19 situation, we have moved to online only worship for the forseeable future. The church building will not be open on Sunday mornings. We pray that this action will help reduce the risk of transmitting the virus and keep our congregation healthy and safe.
In addition, we are cancelling/postponing all church activities for the foreseeable future. As this situation develops, we will continue to communicate about the life and activities of Trinity. The church building is currently closed and the staff are working remotely. We have created an online schedule of events for both adults and youth to keep us connected during this time.
Your continued encouragement and support help ensure the ongoing health and vitality of Trinity. The Scriptures remind us, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.”
Please know that your staff and Session are committed to being reasonable and responsible leaders. We pledge to “shine as a light of hope, care, faith, patience, and prudence, demonstrating for the world how our faith provides true assurance against worry and fear.”
Again, please share this news with our church community. If you know of someone who needs a pastoral phone call or physical assistance, please contact the church office.
During these anxious times, I am particularly thankful for a sustaining church community like Trinity.