Our July Evangel has arrived! There's a great blog from our Pastor about her time at Pastors' School a couple weeks ago, a video trailer that highlights just a little bit of a project that we are working on for this fall, a photo that we "recreated" from 25 years ago and so much more! Read and watch all of it and then share it with your friends!
The June Evangel is here! As you may know our church's Annual Conference was a few weeks ago so we have lots of updates from there: Pastor Dana talks about Annual Conference and the Commission on the Way Forward in this month's Pastor's Corner; there's also a video of Bishop Sue's thoughts on the Way Forward and we have our Lay Leader's account of her first Annual Conference. Plus so much more!! Happy Reading!
PS. Check out our cover - it's a Trinity bulletin from 1939! Thanks Ray for bringing that to us!
Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson of the North Georgia Conference speaks about the Commission on the Way Forward at Annual Conference 2018.
Our May edition of the Trinity Evangel is out! There is a great blog from our Pastor about borders and her time at the Borderland in May, lots of updates on our members and even a baby shower!
In early May Pastor Dana spent a week in the Borderland (El Paso, Juarez, New Mexico) in an immersive experience to learn about immigration and the human face of immigration. While there she visited ministries on both sides of the border providing services to migrants and the poor in Juarez. The group of pastors with whom she traveled ended the week with a cross-border communion service with Mexican Christians in Juarez. The service attracted the attention of the both the media and border patrol. Here is a video on the service that aired on an El Paso newscast.
Our April Edition of the Trinity Evangel is out and has lots of fun photos and info about everything that's been going on here at Trinity United Methodist Church. Have a read and share with your friends!!
Every year, as members of Trinity United Methodist's, we head to the entrance of Piedmont Park where Atlanta's Pride Festival happens every year. We greet all of the attendee's with smiles, hugs, warm greetings and welcoming signs that express God's love and compassion for them as beloved children of God. We do all of this in opposition to the Protestors that also come to bully them with their bullhorns, crude language and demeaning signs in the hopes that Love drowns out hate. Here are some of our memories from that day.