On Saturday, August 24th join Pastor Les for The Pathways to Hope conference. It will feature an outstanding group of speakers and offer nineteen different workshops that facilitate community wide conversation on how faith communities can provide support for individuals and families affected by mental health issues. Register for FREE online at www.pathwaystohope.net to reserve your place.
Join us on the Mulberry Campus after Sanctuary and Crossings worship for a Town Hall and Business Meeting. We will be presenting our new Ministry Plan for the upcoming year. Lunch will be served beginning at 12:00.
Main Agenda Items:
- Nomination of At-Large Trustees
- Review 2019-2020 Ministry Plan
- Review and approval of changes to the Bylaws
- Complete Agenda will be posted at trinitybaptist.org/business.
Join us as we celebrate Faith Family Night resuming on August 29! The Children’s Ministry and Music Ministry will host a Back to School Bash for children and their families that evening. The party will include fun games, food and a few other surprises.
It will be a perfect way to celebrate a new school year!
Trinity and Art Song Center for Poets and Musicians will be presenting From Fear to Faith at the Fanning Foyer Festival Program.
You are invited to this recital of vocal music spanning centuries and bridging barriers of language and culture. Placing classical treasures by Schumann and Debussy alongside favorite American singers and songwriters such as Randy Newman and Joni Mitchell, soprano Ann Moss and pianist Cheryl Cellon Lindquist weave together songs from myriad times and places to explore how the shared experience of isolation, partnership, and unity bring humanity closer together.
The festival is FREE and open to the community.
Please join the Micah 6:8 Ministry Team as we support Dr. Lugalia-Hollon and expand our knowledge.
“Healing is Prevention: Transforming Our Punitive World” will be held on Sunday, September 15th, from 12:00pm.- 1:30pm. The Micah 6:8 Ministry Team will host this program at the Mulberry campus with a review of his book on mass incarceration, which is entitled The War on Neighborhoods: Policing, Prison, and Punishment in a Divided City. Dr. Lugalia-Hollon will conclude the program with a book signing.
We look forward to having you join us as we learn more about the nation’s mass incarceration crisis from a faith-based perspective! The cost to attend the event is free with an optional lunch for $5 being served at 11:30 am.Register
Volunteers needed! Help give someone a home of their own by volunteering for Trinity’s Habitat for Humanity Build 2019. No experience needed and all supplies will be provided. Volunteers must be 14 or older.
For more information and to register online, please click on the link below.Register Online