Trinity Tidings May 2018   Volume 32, No. 5
Welcome to our new online version of Trinity Tidings.

Upcoming Events at Trinity:

May 4
10th Annual
Swamp Rabbit Trail 5K
May 6
-Communion Sunday
- Reception of Confirmands
-Congregational Meeting and Lunch
following the service
May 9
WNL Finale Cookout
May 20
Graduation Sunday

June 9
Trinity Tag Sale

June 25-28
SonSpark Labs VBS

July 8-14
Youth Mission Trip
Wednesday Night Live

Join us for our last regularly scheduled Wednesday Night Live on May 2nd.

         5:30pm WNL Dinner
       6:00pm Children’s Choir
  6:30pm CWE, Adult Bible Study
  6:30pm Chancel Choir Practice

Chicken Parmesan over pasta with sauce, salad, garlic rolls, and dessert

WNL will resume in September.

Please join us on Sunday,
May 6, 2018 at 10:00am for our
One Worship Service
with Communion
Reception of 2018 Confirmands
Called Congregational Meeting
immediately following
the worship service
The Session has nominated Olin Blanton and Justin Mullis, and the Diaconate has nominated Eric Smith, to serve on the Officer Nominating Committee. Four at-large nominations from the congregation are needed. Please secure the person’s permission to nominate him/her before making the nomination.
After the Congregational Meeting,
please join us for a
delicious barbecue lunch!
Menu:  Terri Thrasher BBQ with
traditional sides from Shortfields
(cole slaw, beans, etc.)
Cost: $8.00 per person

Because of YOU!

This is Exciting!

Because of you and your continued faithfulness and dedication to your building fund pledges and Step Up Challenge this year, Trinity Presbyterian Church is on target to make all of our mortgage payments in full for the year! What this means is that we are now in a position to attack the principal of our mortgage.

Now, how we do it…

We have been issued another challenge! With approval from the Session and a $5,000 pledge from our Mother’s Morning Out Program, we have a chance to attack the mortgage principal and the opportunity to double the money with this challenge! Our challenge as a congregation is to not only match, but to hopefully exceed, the $5,000 already promised to the building principal. If we can match the gift of $5,000, we can make a principal payment of $10,000! That, Friends, is truly EXCITING!

So, Trinity, we have been challenged to open our hearts this month and grab a BLUE envelope! Please fill that BLUE envelope with your own monetary value that puts you above and beyond your normal monthly building pledge. With your help and dedication to Trinity, you can make a difference!

Dear Friends,

The excitement and joy of Easter morning worship has happened once more! I hope you agree that Easter morning in church was wonderful: our beautifully crafted and decorated wooden cross, the special music, family and friends from out of town, and all of the wonderful children dressed in their cheerful “Easter finery”. It was unquestionably a fitting and appropriate celebration by the children of God marking God’s victory over death through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. We are no longer held captive to the grave!

Now, we are in that time of the church year once known as “Eastertide” (the Sundays after Easter and before Pentecost). Historically, the church has emphasized in worship during Eastertide how the reality of the resurrection makes a tangible difference in our lives. As disciples, it is our challenge is to make the reality of the resurrection an ever present reality in our lives.

However, our temptation, now that Easter morning is past, is to simply pick up life where we left off prior to the joy of Easter. Truly, the path of least resistance is the path of following our routines; our routine way of treating others, our routine response to difficulties in life; our routine attitude toward God’s claim over our lives as His children.

Scripture itself gives witness to our human proclivity toward the path of least resistance. Indeed, even Jesus’ disciples choose this path of “least resistance” following the discovery of the empty tomb. In John’s gospel, chapter 20:10, it reads, “Then the disciples returned to their homes.” As they were confronted by the resurrection, confronted by God’s victory of life over death, their response was to simply resume their routine. They went home! Their response seems unfathomable to us. In fact, it is beyond our understanding, but it is what scripture records.

Without question, the reality of the resurrection is so fantastic, so marvelous, so wonderful, it can overwhelm us. It certainly overwhelmed the disciples. They didn’t know how to make sense of it. It didn’t then, and it doesn’t now, fit into our established categories of understanding. There is nothing routine about the resurrection! It changed everything. No longer does death hold power over us. God is a God of life, not death.

I encourage us to discover the ways we can change our routines to reflect that reality. Given God’s victory, we can have the courage to forgive those who wrong us. We can take the risk of being faithful as we extend ourselves in friendship to help and comfort those who need us. We can live with the confidence of a people who have been redeemed and restored as God’s children. If you ever begin to question God’s love for you, think back to the events of Good Friday. There is nothing more important to God than being in relationship with you. 

Christian discipleship is not something which just happens. It is something which takes attention and nurture. So, then, let us use this time of “Eastertide” to focus on the ways we can avoid our routine patterns of relating to our world, each other, and to God. Remember, God is with us strengthening us and guiding us, if only we are open to the leading.

Calling All Graduates!
Our Graduate Recognition Sunday will be May 20, 2018. If you have a December 2017 or Spring 2018 high school, college or technical school graduate in your family, please submit a brief bio and a photograph to the church office by May 11th. 

There will be a reception to honor our graduates immediately following the 11:00 am worship service. We look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of our youth and young adults!
From the Director of Christian Education & Youth
“Let no one despise your youth, but set the believers an
example in speech and conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.”
                        1 Timothy 4:12   
 Aren’t our youth amazing?! I am so very proud of the excellent leadership they provided at both services on Youth Sunday. Thank you to Thomas Barksdale, Hamilton Chapman, Adam Clark, Jorja Clark, Cameron Garabedian, Landyn Klug, Hannah McKay, Lily McKay, Chase Mullis, Kyle Rogers, Will Sharpe, Grace Short, Kaleigh Smith, Henry Waldrep, Charlotte Weikle, Lillian Weikle, Anna Kate Wingard, and Caroline Wingard for your hard work and preparation for this special Sunday!  Thank you also to the children who signed for us: Edwin Furr, Ben Huminski, Mabry Anne Mullis, Mallory Mullis, Elizabeth Pace, Hannah Pace, Annabelle Snow, Carter Snow, Elliott Snow, and Blair Weikle. We are blessed to have all of these young people and children in our midst at Trinity.

 May will be filled with opportunities to share our faith through service to our local community and to those around the world. From passing out water at the Swamp Rabbit Trail 5K, to unloading canned goods at the North Greenville Crisis Ministry, to packing nutrient rich meals for Rise Against Hunger with the Foothill Presbytery, our youth will continue to be the hands and feet of Christ.

 Our children have been learning about patience in both CWE, and WNL. Now there’s a fruit of the Spirit that most of us need to practice a little more! While our Wednesday Night Live children’s program will be winding down on May 2 nd , CWE will continue through the summer and we will, of course, be ramping up for Vacation Bible School in June.  While school may soon be out, may our spiritual growth continue!
In Christ’s service,

March Session Digest
Members Present : Sherry Ogletree, Jeff Burton, Mary Pace, Justin Mullis, Olin Blanton, Mark Bostian, Dennis Mitchell, Chuck Verdin, Bob Lewis, and Lawrence Garabedian.
Members Absent and/or Excused : Dennis Tavernetti and Thomas Barksdale
Opening Prayer : Marc Mason opened the meeting with a devotional: Matthew 26:30-46 and with prayer.
Declaration of Quorum : A quorum was present.
Pastor’s Report and Housekeeping Details:
Marc Mason gave an update on members who are sick, in the hospital, and/or recovering. 
The Lord’s Supper was celebrated on March 4, 2018.
There was a discussion about the Church’s membership roll. Marc Mason expected that there will be a report for recommending membership removals next month
Marc Mason reported that the 2018 Confirmation Class should have six (6) participants. The Session examination of the confirmands is scheduled for Saturday, April 21, 2018, at 8:30 a.m. He said that a reception is planned on May 6, 2018, after the One Worship service. 
Marc Mason gave a report about the ongoing Carillon repair, which is related to several error codes in the player unit, including the clock mechanism.
Marc Mason recommended a called congregational meeting for May 6th for the purpose of electing the 2018 Officer Nominating Committee. Sherry Ogletree made a motion to call for a congregational meeting on May 6, 2018 for such purpose. Olin Blanton seconded the motion. The motion passed.
Marc Mason stated that there will be a Called Session meeting on March 11, 2018, at 10:30 a.m. for the purpose of receiving new members.
Monthly Budget Reports:  Mary Pace presented the February monthly budget reports. She reported that there was a deficit of $391 for the month of February in the Operating Account and a surplus for the month of $2,979 in the Building Fund. Bob Lewis made a motion to approve the monthly budget reports as presented. Jeff Burton seconded the motion. The motion passed.
Diaconate Report : Marc Mason gave a report from the Deacons’ recent meeting.
Membership Update : As of March 8, 2018, the Church has 476 members, of which 462 are resident and 14 are non-resident.
Clerk Report:  The minutes of the Stated Session Meeting on February 8, 2018 were presented. Mary Pace made a motion to approve such minutes. Olin Blanton seconded the motion. The motion passed.
Communications:  There were no communications. 
Old Business : Ad Hoc Financial Review Committee – Sherry Ogletree reported that the recent “Step Up” Challenge appeared to be going well.    
New Business : Justin Mullis gave a report on the recent Foothills Presbytery Meeting in Clemson. He reported that there was much discussion of child protection policies, including background checks, and legal issues related to such policies.
Standing Committee Reports
Benevolence & Mission: No report. 
Discipleship:  Dennis Mitchell reported that there have been six (6) individuals’ sign up for the youth field trip. He also reported that the youth were planning to work at the North Greenville Food Crisis Ministry. 
Finance & Stewardship : Mary Pace reported that a more comprehensive and condensed financial report was going to be used in the in the monthly Church newsletters starting in March. 
Long-Range Planning : Bob Lewis reported that this committee planned to meet tomorrow to discuss possibly adding a columbarium to the Church’s facilities. No formal action was taken on this matter.
Personnel & Administration : No report. 
Property & Grounds : Mark Bostian and Lawrence Garabedian reported that they met recently and are assembling an emergency contact list for property matters (e.g., plumbing maintenance, and electric).  
  Spiritual Development & Evangelism : Justin Mullis reported that planning was underway for the 2018 Spiritual Retreat to take place on Palm Sunday weekend. The guest speaker will be Rev. Dr. Singleton, who will speak on Saturday, March 24th, and preach on Sunday, March 25th.
Worship:  Jeff Burton reported that his committee met this past Tuesday. He further reported that the committee voted to approve the purchase of a drum set for First Worship, and he noted that the cost for same was within the budget. 
Motion to Adjourn with Prayer : Mary Pace made a motion to adjourn with prayer. Olin Blanton seconded the motion. The motion passed. Marc Mason closed the meeting with prayer.
Respectfully Submitted,
Chuck Verdin, Clerk                              Marc Mason, Moderator
Tea for Friends!
Trinity Presbyterian Church is now looking
for individuals to deliver welcome packages
 to our visitors each week!

All whom are interested please contact
Chris Marsh via text message or phone call to (864) 525-0181.
Watch for details to follow!
Thank you for your support!
 We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Notes from Our Choir Director

Beginning in May, our “Summer Choir” schedule will start, where we will be working on accessible anthems and choir favorites. These will be rehearsed in the choir room on Sunday mornings before the 11 am service. If you’ve been looking for a low-stress commitment but you’re interested in singing, the Summer choir is a great place to start! Wednesday night practices will resume in August. If you have a request, Summer is a great time to try out new ideas or reprise old favorites you may not have heard in worship in a while. We love suggestions- Just let Leah know!
Our Children will sing “I’ll Fly Away” as part of our Bluegrass Sunday/One Worship service on May 6. Our final practice for this will be Wednesday, May 2nd @ 6 pm in the choir room. All kids are invited to participate! Kids will love being a part of this fun, upbeat anthem.
The men of the choir will be singing on Sunday, May 27th in the 11am service. We’ll meet in the choir room at 10:30 am to go over the songs. Please join us … and bring sons, sons-in-laws, fathers, grandfathers, brothers, neighbors—all are welcome for this special commemoration!  
From the Director of Music Ministry
Summer’s almost here! With that, we are beginning to downshift in our weekly activities at church for the music ministry. May 2 nd will be our last scheduled choir rehearsal for cherubs, junior and chancel choir. Be sure to join us at our annual end-of-year celebration picnic at Paris Mountain State Park on May 9 th !

The last Sunday of April was our first youth-led Sunday service for several years. There were high numbers of youth participation in both services, and they did an incredible job. Be sure to congratulate and thank them when you see them!

Our 9am service has a new vocalist and worship leader working with us regularly. Her name is Celina Schwartz. Celina is a graduate from the worship leading program at North Greenville University. We look forward to having her assist us in worship with our talented and dedicated team over the summer and throughout the year.

I am personally excited to be taking two Sundays at the beginning of June to travel for continuing education. My focus will be on observing and worshiping in contemplative practices in Christian community.  I’m hoping to see how we may incorporate some of these methods into our own worship rhythms at Trinity. Keep me in your prayers!

As always, if you are interested in serving with the worship teams for either or both services, let me know. We currently have a high level of need in the video presentation/PowerPoint teams for both services. Please let me know if that is something you’d be willing to participate in once every four to six weeks. We provide the training, and the 11am service, in particular, is very straightforward.

Eric Barnhart, Director of Music Ministry
Small Groups For Everyone!
Sunday Adults:
Fellowship Class: Focus - Rotates study of the books of the Bible with Christian books and studies that enrich our lives. Format- Combination of lecture with interactive discussion, all in a relaxed environment. Leadership changes annually with a rotation of teachers from our class.

Christianity and Contemporary Issues: Focus - Discussions relate the messages contained in Scripture passages to current headlines. Format - lecture and interactive. Facilitators – Mary Pace, Annette Taylor and class members.

Trinity Class: First Sunday School Class created at Trinity and has been active ever since. Focus- Study of the Bible with the help of the Standard Lesson Commentary. Format - lecture and interactive with class discussion strongly encouraged. Teachers - Beauford Williams, Fred Moehlenbrock and class members.
Sunday Youth:
6th-12th Grades—Terri Luzynski

Sunday Children:
CWE 4K-1st Grade—Robin Blakemore, Joanna Newcomer, Leslie Weikle
CWE 2nd-5th Grades—Allen Clark, Eric Smith
Tuesday Morning Women:
Rachel Bible Study meets weekly at 10:00 a.m. A lesson is presented by one of the participants taking turns each week. Facilitator - Nancy Simonton

Wednesday Night Live Small Groups end May 2nd (Resume in September) :
CWE 1 st – 5 th Grades : Led by Terri Luzynski

Childcare is available through 5K.

Adult Bible Study : A seminar style format encouraging discussion. Meets in the Thorpe Building. We are continuing our focus on the passion narrative and resurrection account in John’s Gospel. Led by Rev. Mason. 

Thursday Morning Men:
Men’s Fellowship meets Thursday mornings at 7:30 a.m. for a biscuit and coffee breakfast, a devotional, followed by a program. Programs include guest speakers from the community as well as members of the group. Facilitator - John Burns

Monthly Groups:
Miriam Ladies Group meets one Sunday afternoon per month at different members’ homes.

Naomi Ladies Group meets on the 4th Thursday of the month at 3:00 p.m. at members' homes. They also study a selected series which is moderated by one of the class members. Facilitator - Esther King
Trinity Tag Sale
June 9, 2018 8:00am- 2:00pm
   Thank you to all who have already donated to the Trinity Tag Sale! Please continue to search through your closets, storage areas, and cabinets for items that you no longer need. We are seeking donations of anything that can be sold legally! Items may be delivered to Room 225 (downstairs in the Youth Wing). We have pick-up available for larger items or for those who need assistance with boxes. Receipts will be provided for tax purposes, upon request.

We will also have a bake sale and concession stand at the tag sale. Please let Terri know if you can provide cookies, cupcakes, cakes, pies, homemade breads, etc. for the bake sale. Contact her at the office, 864-834-9897, or at

 On June 3, 2018, following the 11:00 worship, we will need many hands to carry the accumulated donations to the gym.  Items will be organized and priced throughout the week. Volunteers are welcome anytime!
10th Annual Swamp Rabbit Trail 5k

Friday, May 4, 2018
- Race at 6:30pm
- Block Party @ Gateway Park , 7:00 – 8:30pm
Race details can be found at

  NEEDED ITEMS:  Individually wrapped, pre-packaged single serving snacks such as
                              Chex mix, trail mix, goldfish, pretzels, etc.
GOAL:   2,000 “Trinity Swamp Rabbit Snacks”
Please help us reach our goal of “2K for the 5K” by placing donations in the baskets in the
Narthex and McKinney Hall by Wednesday, May 2nd.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:    2-3 people to work the Trinity tent at the Block Party
15-20 people to man the water station at the church.
  Anyone interested in helping during the 5K should contact Justin Mullis, 864-384-5175.
Wednesday Night Live Finale Cookout
Wednesday, May 9 th at Paris Mountain State Park

Shelters S-005 and S-006 in the Mountainside Shelter area
(follow the signs when in the park)

Come celebrate the year’s end with
Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Smore’s, and FUN!
 Bring a lawn chair and enjoy an evening of good fellowship!
                 Dinner will be served at 6pm,
but you are welcome to use our reserved facilities ALL day.

        Please sign up in the Narthex to bring a side item, dessert, or drinks.
      Contact Justin Mullis,
     864-384-5175, with questions.
SonSpark Labs VBS
June 25-28, 2018
The SonSpark Labs at Trinity will be open from 5:30-8:30 pm on June 25-28, 2018, with dinner being served from 5:30-6:00 pm each night. The children of our church and our community will learn that:
GP4U=J (God’s Plan for You is Jesus). 
We have had a number of volunteers, but we still need some lead scientists, lab technicians, and assistants to complete our work at SonSpark Labs. If you can lead or assist with a center, have fun with a small group of children, decorate, or help with meals, please contact Terri at the church number or at ASAP. 
  Our next VBS planning meeting will be on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at 6:30 pm in Room 105 of the Thorpe Wing. If you are assisting with VBS, please plan to attend.
In the meantime, please start looking around in your basements, garages, and storage rooms for items that will be useful in creating our lab such as: 
Lab coats, Goggles, Beakers
Chemistry sets, Cylindrical vases, Test tubes
Periodic tables, Plastic tubing, PVC pipes
Rubber insects, Skeletal models, Microscopes
Science fair poster boards, Gears & cogs, Pool noodles
Styrofoam balls, 20” air filters, Colorful duct tape
Lava lamps, Rube Goldburg Projects, Colored card stock
Anything else that looks like it belongs in a laboratory!
We will not need these items until early June, but please let Terri know what you have available for use.
Youth News!
Thank you, Youth for all your service and hard work this past month! From helping with the Easter Celebration for the children, to gardening at The Woodlands, to getting up really early to help with the Mutt Strutt (and secure a contribution to the Mission trip!), to leading worship at both services on Youth Sunday—you are amazing!! We balanced all that service with some Bible study, going to Winter Jam, a movie night and roller skating! For those who missed the fun in April, please join us in May!  

Here’s what’s happening in the weeks to come:
May 4 Swamp Rabbit Trail 5K Service Opportunity
5:30 pm We will be assisting with the water station at the covered shed at the Farmer’s Market. Let’s meet at the church and we will walk to the Farmer’s Market together.

May 6 YWE
5:00-6:00 pm Middle School Youth
6:00-6:30 pm Dinner provided by Dee Klug
6:30-7:00 pm Mission Trip Update
7:00-8:00 pm Sr. High Youth

May 12 Service Saturday North Greenville Crisis Ministry

12:45-3:45 pm Meet at Trinity. We will be assisting with unloading the can goods collected by the postal workers, followed by ice cream at Pink Mama’s!

May 13 Mother’s Day NO YWE
Do something wonderful for your Moms and Grandmothers!

May 19 Service Saturday      Rise Against Hunger
8:20 am-12:30 pm Meet at Trinity. We will travel to Eastminster Presbyterian to  join with volunteers from all across Foothills Presbytery to pack meals for Rise Against   Hunger. The goal is to pack 30,000 meals between 9:00 and 11:00 am! We will get brunch together after the service project.

May 20 Regular YWE Schedule with dinner provided by Leslie Weikle and Patsy Sharpe. (I hear that the Cinco de Mayo celebration will still be happening!)

May 28 Memorial Day Weekend NO YWE

June 3 Following Worship Trinity Tag Sale Prep
The massive amounts of donations for the Trinity Tag Sale will need to be brought from Room 225 to the Gym. Lunch will be provided. We need all hands on deck for this!

June 3-8 Anytime! Trinity Tag Sale Prep
Join us in the gym anytime you are available to help organize and price items for the Trinity Tag Sale. 

June 9 7:30 am to 2:30 pm Trinity Tag Sale
Doors will open at 8:00 am, but we need our workers there early! Please wear your YWE t-shirt, so that customers will be able to identify you. We will need cashiers, carriers, and concession workers. There’s a job for everyone! All proceeds will benefit the Mission Trip to Orlando.
Peace & prayers,
Financial Review
Below is a detailed view of the latest budget approved by the Session. In keeping with transparency of Trinity’s financial position, this view provides more information than the Sunday bulletin version. It will always be two months in arrears due to the fact that the newsletter is always published before the Session meets.

Godspeed and blessings to our
long-time member and friend,
Jean Lay. 
She has recently moved to Bothell, Washington,
to be near her daughter, Julia. 
Her new contact information is:
Jean Lay
Woodland Terrace, Apt. B - #228
 17502 102 nd Ave. NE
    Bothell, WA 98011
425-949-7274 (home)
864-320-1380 (cell)
Flower Calendar Sign-Up
It’s not too late if you would like to sign up to provide flowers for the church sanctuary on a specific Sunday; flowers can be given in memory or in honor of a loved one, and it will be noted in that day’s bulletin announcements. The Sunday dates still available are:

June 17, June 24
July 22, July 29
August 5, August 12, August 26
September 2, September 16, September 23, September 30
October 7, October 14
November 4, 11
Please call Myriam in the church office, 864-834-9897, for more information or to sign up.

Trinity Girls' Summer Basketball Camp
Want to have some basketball fun this summer 2018,
make some new friends & become a better:
Ball handler
All-around basketball player?
Then join us this 2018 summer for our Trinity Girls’ basketball camp sessions:

WHEN :      Tuesday evenings, June 12, 19, (*June 30), July 17, 24, 31 & August 7 (7 sessions)
                      For GIRLS 9 YEARS OLD AND UNDER; we’ll use the 8 ft. height goals

WHEN :      Thursday evenings, June 14, 21, (*June 30), July 19, 26, August 2, 9 (7 sessions)
for GIRLS 15 YEARS OLD AND UNDER; we’ll use the 10 ft. height goals;
note that our 9-year-old & under GIRLS are welcome to participate in our Thursday evening
basketball camp sessions if desired

*June 30 note: Our Trinity Presbyterian VBS will be on June 25-28 evenings, so for this week, our Trinity Girls      Summer Basketball Camp moves to Saturday, June 30, from 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM (all ages)

WHERE: Our Trinity Presbyterian gym

TUESDAY GROUP TIME : 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM for Girls 9 years old & under (8 ft. goals)
THURSDAY GROUP TIME : 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM for Girls 15 years old & under (10 ft. goals)

COST: Free (but you can bring some snacks or drinks for everyone to share at the end of the
practice session if you’d like)

What we’ll do at each session:   enhance basketball skill-sets with dribbling drills, basketball shooting practice, review and practice proper defense techniques, enjoy some fun basketball game activities, have some 3-on-3   scrimmage practice and during the last 30 minutes, play some 5-on-5 controlled scrimmage games

For more information, contact:
Coach Tom McCorkle, 864-787-2707 – cell or email
North Greenville Crisis Ministry

Thank you for your continued support for this ministry.
Their current needs include:

*Spaghtetti sauce and pasta
*Paper products

Please place donations in the shopping cart in McKinney Hall.
Sermon Audio Files Now Available
To access Sermon Audio on the website:
1) Go to
2) On the menu in the upper right hand corner between the options CALENDAR and CONTACT US you will see an option entitled MEDIA.
3) Roll your mouse over MEDIA and a menu should appear. 
5) It will take you to the iTunes website where you are now on the preview page for the Trinity Podcast. 
6) Click the blue button that reads VIEW IN iTUNES under the green Trinity logo on the left side. 
7) You will receive a prompt to open iTunes. Or if you don’t have it, you will be prompted to download iTunes.
8) For Windows/PC Users: if you already have iTunes on your computer and receive a prompt to download it again, click the gray button to the left of the blue download button indicating that you already have iTunes on your computer and you wish to sign in.  
iTunes will then open to the Trinity Podcast Page.
To receive a copy of each new sermon to your iTunes every week:
When you reach the podcast page in iTunes, click SUBSCRIBE under the green Trinity logo on the left side.
To receive a copy of a particular sermon to your iTunes:
When you reach the podcast page in iTunes, scroll down the list of sermons and click “GET”
on the right hand side of the sermon you’d like to have a copy of.   

1    Marc Mason
     Homer Montgomery
4   Cruze Gainey
6   Caroline Campbell
8   Elliott Rogers
     Dennis Tavernetti
9   Curtis Tharpe
12  Loretta Blakely
     Al Tyson
13  Meagan Smythe
14  Roy Kemper
     Claudia Burns
    Sharron Voyles
16  Mark Burnett
     Martha Bates
17  Carl Harri
20  Terry Campbell 
22  Ronald Hughes
23  Jenna Hamberg
      John Bennett
26  McCauley Frierson
     Zack Verdin
     Eli Verdin
27  Colin Sayer
If you don’t see your name or the name of someone you love on the birthday list,
please call the office so we can update our list!
Email or call Myriam at 864-834-9897.
Newsletter Deadline: The deadline for newsletter information is the 25th of each month. Please send all information to the church office (834-9897). If you are able, please E-mail info to  
Church Office Hours
9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m. Monday through Friday