Our weekly activity schedule is on the left of this page. You can click here for complete descriptions of all our Christian Education Opportunities. Our complete calendar can be found here. You may read a letter from our Rector expressing his support of Bishop Mark Lawrence regarding the disaffiliation of the Diocese of South Carolina.
There will be no Fellowship Breakfast or Sunday School Classes on Easter Day, however, volunteers are needed to help hide Resurrection Easter Eggs for our children's egg hunts after the 9:00 and 11:00 services. Please talk to Susan Tillman.
The Lord has done some miraculous work through his servant JAN MYERS! The Trinity campus is now beautifully landscaped. At the entrance to Miss Jane's Building there are holly trees and junipers. Around the building there are butterfly bushes, Sago Palms, Mexican sage, bottle brush and rosemary — all plants we can clip for our altar arrangements. Behind Temple Hall there is an olive tree, Japanese Magnolia tulip tree, more junipers, etc. There is a Japanese Maple added to our Meditation Garden along with other small plants. We are so grateful for all the parishioners who donated plants or funds for the beautification of the Trinity grounds. Linda and Henry Sanders and Bill and Barbara Hood along with the Vestry and many, many other contributors should be delighted with the results. Jan hopes for two rocking chairs to be placed on Miss Jane’s porch and also a special Christian wind chime. God is working in our midst!
The Men's Bible Study is digging into the book of Daniel, using the commentary in The Bible Speaks Today series by Dale Ralph Davis. Please come join us at 8:30 on Thursday mornings.
There is nothing new under the SUN, but there is always something new under the SON. Come join us as we ride the wave of His word and discover new revelations of the SON that will grow your faith with "Issues of the Heart" at 10:00 a.m. in the Parish Library. Each class is a "stand alone" format rather than sequential so everyone is at the same place when class begins. There is almost an equal number of men and women in the class [so men don't be shy about coming!]. If you have questions, please feel free to call Elaine Hampton or Kristy Young the class facilitators or Penelope Wright.
The Christian Healing Ministries Level II meets Tuesday at 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. in the Trinity Library. We watch a video presentation for about an hour and then we pray for church and personal healing. If you would like to come, please join us. This has been an amazing time; don't miss out. Questions call Cindy Kapp or Sallie Currin.