Parking Lot Church Gathering
December 6 @ 11am
Short service and breaking of bread as the people of God
Stay in car
Masks are required
Dress warm and bring blanket - no idling to protect air quality
This is a difficult era. As Winter knocks on our door and the Coronavirus continues to be unchecked and out of control - our spiritual lives in the midst of it all will be challenged. As a faith community, we are doing the best we can in loving one another, living intentional lives focused on safety and well being by practicing public health protocols issued through our state government.
The holiday season will be different this year. It is poised to be heartbreaking as loved ones, friends, and members of our community suffer the consequences of an unchecked pandemic response. Scripture has much to say regarding those in power. It is the mission of the church universal to address inequities, unethical responses from local and federal government, while lifting our voices to champion the path of justice, hope for a better day, and living fully the best we can into the kingdom of God - a place where everyone is cared for, clothed, fed, and sustained in public life.
Advent is coming and as a church, we will gather online for a daily devotional at 7am through Facebook live. We will walk through waiting together as we listen and read together Luke. A. Powery's book:
Rise up Shepherd!
Advent Reflections on the Spirituals.
We will get through this pandemic together - in the hands of God. With the leading of our Great Shepherd and with the movement of the Spirit in ushering in change where justice abounds.
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Trinity Presbyterian Church
Meetings on hold due to Coronavirus
Making God's Love Visible
Trinity Presbyterian is a bunch of regular people who get together to enjoy our relationship with God and each other. We are a community made up of people who are single, married, divorced, on Match.com, widowed, gay, crazy rich and dirt poor. In this place you are welcome whether you're looking for a church home, looking for one hour of peace, or just looking. We welcome those with pacifiers in their mouths and those who remember the Eisenhower Administration. We don't care if this is your first time in a church since little Joey's Baptism. We promise the roof will not fall in; we just had it fixed!
We are beatnik readers, pie contest winners, poetry lovers, baconators, marathoners, gamers, world travelers, hot-dog skiers, debaters, and blue-toenail-polish wearers. We are vegans and people who love Dutch oven ribs. We welcome those who are in recovery and those who are still suffering. We welcome those who would "rather be golfing." We welcome tree-huggers and deer hunters. We offer a special welcome to those who come because grandma is in town and you want her to think you go to church.
Trinity is a place where are you already loved; and not just because of your righteousness, good looks or great intelligence. (By the way, we think you look great and you are really smart.) We love you because we are trying to follow the Way. Is it possible you are interested as well?
We know the word "RELIGION" has some painful memories for some. That's why we focus on relationships. At the Communion Table there is a seat with your name already on it. Come and eat!
We welcome nerds, outsiders, strugglers, doubters, clown lovers... and YOU!