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In-Person Worship Begins Sunday, March 14th
Livestreaming will continue at 8 &10am services
 
Limited seating due to social distancing restrictions.
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  • Check your email before worship to ensure it hasn't been canceled due to rise in local COVID infection rate or Pastoral illness.
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  • Please wear a mask, even if you've received your COVID-19 vaccine, and maintain social distancing.
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  • Arrive a few minutes early.
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  • Do not come to worship if you or anyone in your family is sick, has been exposed to someone with COVID or possible COVID infection, or traveled outside of the state in the last two weeks.
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  • Please volunteer to usher, lead worship, learn the Livestreaming Camera system, or clean in-between services so that we can continue to worship in-person. It takes extra volunteers to gather live during COVID and without enough help, we cannot maintain an in-person presence.
 
 
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DIGITAL BIBLE STUDY
Friday nights at 7pm via ZOOM except for evenings we have Book Club
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Topic: Friday Evening Bible Study
Time: March 12th, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time 

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Book Club - Hillbilly Ellegy
Friday Night, Feb 19th, 7pm ZOOM Session
 

The next Trinity Book Discussion will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, April 9th, through a Zoom conference meeting.  We will be discussing "Killers of the Flower Moon" by David Grann.  This New York Times bestseller is a haunting true-life murder mystery involving the Osage tribe.  In addition to being a masterpiece of narrative nonfiction, the book is a searing indictment of the callousness and prejudice against Native Americans and deals with events that played an important role in the birth of the FBI.

The next book we will be reading for the Trinity Book Discussion is "The Sun Does Shine" by Anthony Ray Hinton.

All are invited to participate in the book discussion.  We always have interesting discussions and great camaraderie.  This is a great way to stay connected during this period of social distancing.
 
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Topic: Book Club
Time: Feb 19th, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern 

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TUES. MAR

Church Council
7pm
ZOOM
 
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At Adult Bible Study this Friday we will be discussing Mark 14:3-9 and Deuteronomy 15:7-11. Among the questions we may discuss are the following:  When and where does this passage take place?  What do we know about the woman?  What does the woman do, and why?  What is the reaction of the other guests?  Why does Jesus defend her actions?  How do you interpret the meaning of Jesus' comment, "[f]or you always have the poor with you"?  Why does Jesus say that wherever the good news is proclaimed in the whole world, what the woman has done will be told in remembrance of her?  Why might Luke have chosen not to tell us the woman's name?  Do you think Jesus is alluding to Deuteronomy 15:11 in the Mark passage?  What does Deuteronomy 15:7-11 have to say about our obligations to the poor?
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