God is the God of love, mercy, and grace, and that love, mercy, and grace are offered freely to all. Won't you join us in worship today, wherever you find yourself? Let's celebrate God's good news together! (Tap for the worship order and announcements.)
Thank you, Dale Overcash, for your message about gratitude. And thank you Gabe Catalano and Chris Farrow for participating in worship; we love seeing faces and hearing voices that we know and miss. And we think you'll love who offers the Children's Music this morning!
PS - If you've been waiting to hear David say, "Abracadabra presto!", today is your lucky day!
Please know that Trinity's elders, deacons, and staff are praying for you, your loved ones, and your friends as we follow state guidelines to restrict the spread of Covid-19. If you should have a care concern or celebration you'd like to share, please email David or the church office.
Good news! Bobby Nelson's sister, Ann Wynn, has recovered from her bout with Covid-19. Betsy and Bobby speak with Ann daily, and are encouraged by her resilience and good spirits. Please pray for Ann's continued health and comfort as she grieves the loss of her husband.
We ask that you keep Lillie Pearce's daughter, Karen Loveland, who has been diagnosed with lymphoma, in your prayers. May God’s healing hand be upon Karen, giving her family strength and comfort as Karen continues her testing.
Please pray for Linda Breazeale's brother, Robert Lemacks, who was hospitalized recently due to issues with his heart. We ask that you pray for him, his family, and those who are providing care for him.
Please join us in prayer for Rachel Martin's family. Rachel, a Trinity member who belonged to Milner Memorial, passed away on October 6th. Rachel's two sons, Mike and Tim, live at the Fountains of Albemarle in Tarboro and her sister Ann Radford lives in Kenly.
We are sorry to share the sudden death of Kelly Hull, who was Amy Rhoades' manager at Wake Med. Please pray for Kelly’s family and friends as they deal with this sad loss.
As we continue to pay the church's unchanging monthly obligations, we remain sincerely grateful for your giving. Louise Taff, our Receiving Treasurer, is checking the mail frequently each week, making the deposits for the church. If you have questions about your giving, please email Louise.
We recognize that for many people this is an uncertain time, and know that you may not have the income you had before the pandemic. If you find yourself in a difficult position and would like to request financial assistance from the church, please write a confidential email to David.