Category archives: church notes archive

  • We are very excited about Trinity’s newest class of elders-elect: Eric Banks, Mike Campbell, Eric McGovern, Jeremy Mobley, Henry Pickett and Fran Worthington. This year’s candidates add to our existing Session to provide a nice balance of age, experience, gender and talents. New Elder Gatherings ... [read more]
  • Henry Pickett                                    Hunter Lindsley Fran Worthington                           Connor Lindsley Debbie Fisher                                    Sherese Smith Brent and Sarah Mullis                 John and Judith Parker Cookie Parnell                               ... [read more]
  • Our family began looking for our faith family in 2013.  Keep in mind, these were the pre-little ginger children days where we could sleep in and figure out how we would fill our day when we awoke!  But I began realizing I had finally started to grow up…at 45! We also had endured a tragedy that was l... [read more]
  • Good morning. I am Kathleen Schneider and it is my privilege to share my thoughts with you about this entity called Trinity. My faith journey began here at Trinity Presbyterian Church on a beautiful Sunday morning in June of 1985. My family and I had just moved to Charlotte and my husband and I m... [read more]
  • Hunger, education, and homelessness. These three areas are the focus of our mission and outreach here at Trinity. Recently you heard Warren Henry and Carol Sugg speak about hunger in Charlotte and our partnership with Friendship Trays and the Friendship Garden Network. Over the coming months, we wil... [read more]
  • Trinity's Singles meet several times each year for fellowship, fun and food. Previously the group met at the home of Lucinda Maples for a Tex-Mex party. Their most recent gathering was the second annual lobster feast, hosted by Hayden McMahon at his home. Figuring out how to cook and then eat the lo... [read more]
  • Good morning. I am Carol Sugg and I’d like to talk a few minutes about Trinity’s Friendship Garden. Trinity has had a garden almost 7 years. Our garden benefits the Friendship Trays organization which is Charlotte’s equivalent to Meals on Wheels. Trinity’s was the 17th garden established of what ... [read more]
  • I want to introduce a new Mission and Outreach Ministry series on our Key Partners - the work they do and why it is important that we participate.Our church focuses on homelessness, education and hunger. Did you know this about hunger in North Carolina and Charlotte? 630,000 NC households do... [read more]
  • Sew 'N Sews was founded by Trinity member Eleanor McDonald and Betty Fledderman when they met at Crisis Assistance Ministry, recognizing the great need and setting about to answer that need. Trinity’s entire church staff hosted a luncheon for members of Sew 'N Sews on April 24th in recognition an... [read more]
  • This week, Trinity will observe two special services that will be both meaningful and important for us as a congregation to observe. Christian churches tend to celebrate Christmas much more than we do Easter, but Easter is the reason we celebrate the resurrection every Sunday on the “first day of th... [read more]