Church Notes

  • Steve Lindsley Acts 2: 1-14a, 40-42, 47 Remember the song that goes: Sign, sign, everywhere a sign Blockin' out the scenery, breakin' my mind Do this, don't do that, can't you read the sign? Over the next five weeks, British and I are going to try to read the signs - signs of communi... [read more]
  • At Trinity, we believe in being positive agents of change in three core mission areas: Hunger, Homelessness and Education. "Days of Discipleship" is one way we support our key partners in these areas with a month of focused service and support. This fall, Days of Discipleship launches on Rally D... [read more]
  • Steve Lindsley (Luke 12: 35-40; Isaiah 1:1, 10-20) It is rare, at least that I’ve found, that we find Jesus offering up fashion advice, but such is the case, more or less, in our gospel reading today.  Be dressed for action, is what he tells us. Although that’s not terribly definitive. Be dr... [read more]
  • The summer travel season is upon us! Like many of you, our Trinity staff also enjoys time away to refresh and refuel. It can also be an opportunity for growth in their call to ministry. Pastor Steve Lindsley heads to Purdue University in Indiana for this summer’s Triennium Youth Conference, July... [read more]
  • Trinity’s youth mission team came back from Baltimore with a renewed sense of God’s call and greater energy to serve our own community in positive ways. They stayed at The Center, located in Baltimore’s historic district. The Center pairs mission teams and with local churches to serve and engage ... [read more]
  • Introducing British British Hyrams hails from Chicago, Illinois and its surrounding suburbs. She is a graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and holds two Master’s Degrees from Union Presbyterian Seminary- a Master of Divinity (M. Div.) and a Maste... [read more]
  • The Trinity Flower Committee, along with the Buildings and Grounds Ministry Team, invites you to dream along with us about creating a new, useful outdoor space on our campus. We have parlor doors that open into a very blank and mostly empty brick courtyard. Can we dream further? Imagine a Par... [read more]
  • Welcome Reverend Caroline East, Summer Parish Associate Caroline joins the Trinity family Sunday, May 26. Caroline's responsibilities and hours at Trinity focus on Sunday morning worship leadership and preaching. She will also be part of the pastoral care team. She will lead a workshop on aging a... [read more]
  • It’s that time of year again! Tomatoes, turnips, and potatoes in our Friendship Garden are growing week by week with an abundance of sun and rain. Our Trinity volunteers tend the garden, weed, and in the coming weeks will start delivering fresh produce to Friendship Trays. Trinity has sponsored a... [read more]
  • One of the core missions of Trinity is to serve our homeless neighbors and support housing efforts in Charlotte. Partnering with the Urban Ministry Center's Room in the Inn program is one way to bring about positive change. Trinity is committed to being a host site throughout the RITI season. ... [read more]
  • Steve Lindsley (Luke 24: 1-12) “Why do you look for the living among the dead?” That’s the question the visitors asked the women at the tomb on Easter morning.  And I’ve been rolling that question around in my head all week, thinking about this moment we are in right now, this Easter real... [read more]
  • Hundreds of students enjoyed shopping for books during Book-a-palooza at Nations Ford Elementary School in March. Trinity Presbyterian sponsored the book drive through Read Charlotte to help improve childhood literacy. Students chose funny books, adventure books, the classics, fiction and non-fic... [read more]