Church Notes

  • 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]
  • Bells have, for centuries, served as a regal and recognizable focal point within Christendom. From the steeple bells of the grandest cathedrals to the liturgical bells utilized in communion feasts, bells have traditionally brought congregations together with their clarion call to joy and praise, to ... [read more]
  • March 6th marks the beginning of forty days of Lent. In our liturgical year, Lent is designed to be a period of intentional and thoughtful action and reflection as we move closer toward Holy Week and Easter. As your worship leaders, we want to invite you to join us as we "journey to the cross." T... [read more]
  • Trinity is pleased to welcome three new people to our staff leadership team! Caroline Dalton is our new Administrative Coordinator. Caroline is a Charlotte native and graduate of the University of South Carolina. She describes herself as someone with “strong interpersonal skills” and a “consisten... [read more]
  • Trinity's mission statement, adopted by session in 2014, seeks to answer some core questions that any church should address: Who is Trinity now, and what are we becoming? What is unique about our community of faith? What words and images best describe our past, present and future? Our mission sta... [read more]
  • Grace Lindvall (Isaiah 60:1-9; Matthew 1:1-12) This is a rich text; it is a story about 2 powers that exist in the world, it is a story about faithful people who come from foreign lands, and it is a story about people who follow signs of hope to find Christ. The evangelist, Matthew, does wha... [read more]
  • Grace Lindvall (Matthew 1: 18-25) Will you pray with me? God of advent waiting, of hope, and expectation. Sit with us in this time of waiting and preparing, open our hearts to hear your word and open our hearts to receive your presence with us. Move your spirit through our hearts that we wou... [read more]
  • On entering the house, they saw the child with Mary his mother and they knelt down in homage. Then, opening their treasure-chests, they offered him gifts: gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Matthew 2:11 Scripture tells us that the Wise Men brought their very best to baby Jesus “in homage.” The word... [read more]
  • 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]
  • https://vimeo.com/302756986 In the Gospel of Mark, the writer refers often to "the way" - not just as the road one walks on, but the course one's life takes as they follow Jesus. Our goal as people of faith is to traverse this particular "way" with intentionality and with each other. ... [read more]
  • Dear Trinity family, As you have likely seen and felt, many exciting things are taking place in the life of our congregation these days. God is at work in our church and our community, and I have loved watching the church respond to God’s call for renewal, service, and faithfulness. I write to s... [read more]