Sunday Morning Class resumes- God's Big Picture - Sundays, February 3rd-March 17th, 9-9:45am: We will be offering a 7-week Sunday morning class to explore the narrative of God's salvation in Holy Scripture. For more information or to sign up to attend, email email@example.com.
Essentials of Christian Formation, 9am Sunday mornings, starting Sunday, January 20th at the garden: We invite all persons who desire to be baptized, or who want to make a mature profession of faith in confirmation or the reaffirmation of baptismal vows, or who want to become members of the parish, or who simply want to learn more about the essentials of the Christian faith lived out in the Anglican way to join us for our Essentials of Christian Formation. Childcare provided. If you are interested, please contact Todd Granger (firstname.lastname@example.org).
New to Holy Trinity? Looking for a Small Group? Small groups are places for discipleship, prayer, and friendship. If you would like to connect with a small group near you, contact David Hyman (email@example.com).
Laissez les bon temps rouler! The Martin-Grangers will host a church-wide Mardi Gras Potluck at their home on Sunday, March 3rd after church services. Bring a gracious plenty amount of food to share and join us at 7690 NC Hwy 87 North, Pittsboro, 27312. Parking is severely limited, so please carpool if you can. For more information, contact Jill Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Men - Dinner and the Life of David, Wednesday, February 13th: Men, join us this Wednesday at the Parish Center for food and fellowship from 7 PM to 9 PM. We’ll continue on in the Life of David. Contact Shae McCowen for more information (email@example.com).
February 7-9th, Diocesan Regional Retreat: Each year our diocese holds a regional retreat which is open to all who would like to attend. This year’s topic is “Immigration and the Scriptures.” This is a wonderful opportunity for teaching, fellowship with other churches in our diocese, and to celebrate the work God is doing in and through the Church in our region. Registration closes Thursday, January 31 at 12:00pm. Retreat information can be found at https://www.adhope.org/2019-southeast.
Celebrate Christmas and Epiphany with us in the atrium! Thursday, January 10, from 4-5:30pm - Would you like to learn more about our midweekly Montessori-based program for spiritual formation children? Parishioners, parents and atrium-age children (3 by Aug 2018 through 3rd grade) and older siblings are welcome at 4pm. Younger siblings are welcome to join for the feast at 5:00. Please help us celebrate by bringing white foods; RSVP to Lisa (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Holy Trinity Youth Ministry: Weekly Youth Group meetings are Sundays from 5-7 at the Parish Center. High schoolers meet on Wednesday nights at 7 PM at Weaver Street Market (Southern Village) for Bible discussion. For more information contact Luke DuCharme.
Hurricane Florence Work Crews: Many of our friends and family to the east and south are having to rebuild their lives after the hurricane. We are recruiting work crews to go and serve with clean up. If you're interested in serving in this way, please email David Hyman.
Children are not only an important part of our community, they are living examples of Christ-like faith. Children of all ages are cared for on Sunday mornings in an atmosphere of love and learning. Read more about what we offer to children here. To get involved, contact our Parish Catechist for Children and Families, Lisa McCowen.
Advent Hymnsing and Potluck, this Wednesday December 12th, 6:30pm-8:30pm: We will be gathering at the home of the Martin-Grangers (7690 NC Hwy 87 North Pittsboro, NC 27312) for a night of advent hymns, songs, and poetry. This evening will be a fun and informal way to reflect upon the Advent season. We will be meeting at 6:30pm and sharing a potluck of soup and bread (please bring a dish to share). Children are welcome. Hard copies of a maps and directions are on the Information Table. Contact email@example.com
Sunday Morning Class - God's Big Picture: Starting October 21st, 9-9:45am- we will offer a 7-week Sunday morning class to explore the narrative of God's salvation in Holy Scripture. If you've ever struggled to make sense of how the different books of the Bible connect, or how the Old Testament relates to the New. For more information or to sign up to attend, email Fr Greg.
If you haven’t had the opportunity to help feed our hungry neighbors, please consider helping with the Food Pantry. All training necessary happens when you arrive and we have a great time distributing food as a team. The next Food Pantry night is Tuesday November 27th. Contact Michael Manring.
Annual Men's Backpacking Trip, October 19th- 21st. Men, mark your calendars for this trip which will be designed for men of all fitness levels. Do not worry about experience as we have plenty of individuals who can guide you along. If you plan to attend, please register at https://tinyurl.com/htcbackpack2018. To find out more, please contact Shae McCowen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our Communion bread is lovingly baked each week by one of our youth, Zie Norris. Zie uses locally milled flour from Lindley Mill and locally harvested honey to create the loaves we use on Sunday mornings. In addition to Zie's bread, we also have consecrated nut-free and gluten-free wafers as well.
Music is an integral part of our worship services. If you are a musicians or a vocalist and would like to know more about helping with our music ministry, please contact Jonathan Ottaway, our Minister of Music.