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Pastoral Transition: Interim Process more...

Plans for Fall 2020

As we approach the kickoff of a new program year, I am excited to share with you some of the many ways Trinity continues to be a community committed to making God’s love visible in these difficult and unusual times.more...

Signposts

Beginning Sunday, August 30, and continuing through October 25, the lectionary Old Testament readings focus on Exodus and Deuteronomy. These continuous readings tell the defining and dramatic story of God calling Moses to lead the Israelites out of bondage in Egypt, through the wilderness on their way to the Promised Land. The journey is not easy or straightforward. Danger, complaint, quarreling, and doubt erupt among God’s people. On God’s part we find compassion, provision, exasperation, anger, and steadfast faithfulness. Moses is often caught in the middle. Along the way, God provides signposts—reminders that God is with them and has a plan for their future. Join us we explore these divine signposts in our own journey through this uncertain time.more...

Children & Youth Choir Registration Now Open

Usually at this time of year you are getting a reminder letter that it is time to register yourself or your child for the Trinity Choir Program for the upcoming season. However, because of the daunting challenges of the global pandemic, this will be a choir season like no other. Group singing, and the clouds of aerosol and germs that it spreads has been identified as one the most efficient ways to transmit the virus. Therefore, it will be no surprise that our excellent Trinity Covid Task Force has determined there can be no choral singing on-site at Trinity for some time. So- what do we do until we can begin to gather in person again? more...

Task Force Update II

Greetings again from your TPC COVID Task Force (CTF). We hope and pray this letter finds you and your family doing well during these unsettling times.more...

Task Force Update

Greetings to you. We hope and pray that you and your extended family are well both medically and spiritually. These indeed are trying and challenging times. Unprecedented medical dangers and social unrest make us yearn for each other’s presence, comfort, and counsel. Yet we believe we must be guided by an overarching principle of “do no harm.” “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”more...

Finding Support

FEELING LONELY .  .  .  SAD .   .   .   CONFUSED .   .   .  during this time of restriction??? more...

Memorial Service

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Reopening Task Force Report

The COVID-19/Campus Reopening Task Force has met several times. While an overall church plan is still in the beginning stages, there are two pressing matters for which the Task Force is providing timely guidance. The first matter is to support efforts by The Early Learning Center to re-open in the coming weeks, meeting the needs of its families. The Task Force met with the TELC Director and members of its Board to offer support and input as they comply with required safety and health protocols. The second matter is guidance  and protocols for weddings and funerals.more...

Trinity Launches Hunger Relief Fund

Hunger and food insecurity are urgent needs our city. 1 in every 7.5 people in metro Atlanta rely on food pantries and meal service programs to feed themselves and their families each year. That’s 164,000 children and more than 64,000 seniors. These numbers have only increased since the start of this pandemic. Trinity can and must respond to this crisis. You can make God’s love visible and tangible by giving to Trinity’s Hunger Relief Fund which will provide immediate food assistance to our most vulnerable neighbors. more...

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