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Resuming worship in person, Sunday, June 7 - with 2 Services, 9 & 10:45a

Our elders met last night to vote and approve our plans for resuming corporate worship in person on June 7. ...

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We Have A Working Plan

We have a plan ...

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Others Can, You Can't

“Others can. You can’t.” I bet I heard that 100 times from my parents when I was growing up....

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Big Pandemic Feelings

I ran across this very helpful article. And rather than summarize, or just quote portions, I thought it best to simply include the entire thing. ...

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What Are We Trying To Build?

What do you do when your distinctive identity (for centuries even) gets stripped away? ...

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Our Plans to Remain Patient

Discussions of the current Coronavirus are getting as partisan as were discussions of the economy or other matters from just a few months ago, B.C. (Before COVID-19)...

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Profound Needs = Profound Opportunity

It’s not every day that I get to be in a conference call with a senator, but I was invited into call yesterday with Florida Senator, Marco Rubio....

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Responding Creatively in Challenging Times

When the Communists won control of China in 1949, many pastors were jailed or executed, and many churches were closed....

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Trinity COVID-19 Practices & Encouragement

Given the rising concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, I thought it would be helpful to write a short note to communicate how we intend to respond and also to offer some encouragement....

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Christmas: God's Light Shining in the Darkness

Recently, Tish Warren wrote an Op-Ed for the New York Times, Want to Get Into the Christmas Spirit? Face the Darkness.She wanted to address how, as Christians, we celebrate Jesus' birth as the light that has come into darkness, andas John's Gospel says, 'the darkness could not overcome it.'She wrote: "Advent bids us first to pause and to look, with complete honesty, at th...

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