Trinity Presbyterian Church in Raleigh, NC
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Hello, friends! Please join us as we celebrate unconditional love and the gift of being saved by God's grace alone. And whether you are celebrating Mother's Day or feeling challenged by the emotions of the day, we offer you a 'physical distancing' hug of love and support. 
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All in-person church activities - services, meetings, programs - remain suspended until further notice.

Please keep an eye on the church's community Facebook page this upcoming Wednesday (5/13). If all works as planned, we'll have some peppy mid-week music to brighten your day! If you are not a member of this private group where confidential concerns and celebrations are shared, we invite you to join! Follow this link and we'll hop on your request. 

Please know that Trinity's elders, deacons, and staff are praying for you, your loved ones, and your friends as we all stay home to help ease the burden on our hospitals, urgent care centers, and their medical and support staff. If you should have a need you'd like to share, please email David or the church office

Meghan and Mike Swan are expecting their second child in the fall. We're delighted to hear such good news for this young family.

Ralph Everett's foot surgery went well; please pray for comfort while healing, and a speedy recovery, too.

Jim Young’s former high school teacher (Nancy Ellis) lost her daughter, Kathleen "Kat' Ellis to the coronavirus recently. Kat was only 53, and was professor in Chester, PA. Please pray for comfort and peace for Nancy’s family. 

Please pray for a full and swift recovery for Lisa Baildon’s sister, Jeanette Fryer, who is hospitalized in Gastonia. 

Sharon Powell, a long-time member of Trinity, has lost a nephew, Samuel Jackson, Sr., and a cousin, Evelyn Everett, to the coronavirus.  Please keep Sharon and her family in your prayers in this time of deep sadness.

Anne Liddicote's sister-in-law, Stacey Tranfo, lost her mother, Marilyn Markham, to the coronavirus in Maryland. May God’s comforting, healing hand be upon their family.

As we continue to pay the church's unchanging monthly obligations, we remain sincerely grateful for your giving. Your faithfulness, generosity, and helpfulness are more than appreciated! As a staff note, Virginia continues to check the mail (and voicemail) daily as she is able. 

We recognize that for many people this is an uncertain time, and know that you may not be working the hours you used to work. 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.


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