Trinity Presbyterian Church in Raleigh, NC
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On October 4th we celebrate World Communion Sunday, when Christians across the globe gather to celebrate the sacrament which Jesus instituted with these words, “Do this in remembrance of me.” And whether you watch this worship video today or any day of the week, the meaning of the sacrament we share remains strong and true.

We thank Linda Breazeale and Wilson Moore for their willingness to pitch in! These online services wouldn't be possible without the gifts of so many people, including our volunteers. Thank you!!

Tap for the worship order, which includes an update on giving through September in the announcements.
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A gift to the Peace & Global Witness offering enables the church to promote the Peace of Christ by addressing systems of conflict and injustice across the world. Our denomination encourages each church to use 25% of this offering to connect with the global witness of Christ's peace. Mid-councils retain 25% for ministries of peace, reconciliation. The remaining 50% is used by the Presbyterian Mission Agency to advocate for peace and justice in cultures of violence, including our own, through collaborative projects of education and Christian witness.

If you feel called to give to this offering, please note 'Peace & Global Witness' on the memo line of your check, mailed to the church's address.
Trinity's in-person activities are suspended through Sunday, October 25th. 

If you would like your year-to-date giving statement mailed OR emailed to you in early October, please let Virginia in the church office know.

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

We ask that you keep Lillie Pearce's daughter, Karen Loveland, who has been diagnosed with lymphoma, in your prayers. Karen will have a biopsy at Rex Hospital in Cary on Monday, October 5th. May God’s healing hand be upon Karen, giving her family strength and comfort as tests continue.

Bobby and Betsy Nelson ask for prayers of healing and comfort for Bobby's sister, Ann Wynn. Ann, who recently lost her husband, has been diagnosed with the coronavirus. We ask that you pray for her full recovery and comfort as she grieves the loss of her husband.

Please pray for Linda Breazeale's brother, Robert Lemacks, who was hospitalized recently due to issues with his heart. The doctors performed a balloon procedure, cleaning out 2 of his arteries. This month they will repeat the procedure on the remaining arteries. We ask that you pray for him, his family, and those who are providing care for him.

We are sorry to share the sudden death of Kelly Hull, who was Amy Rhoades' manager at Wake Med. Please pray for Amy and her colleagues and for Kelly’s family and friends as they deal with this very 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.


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