Our Tuesday morning discussion group begins with a gentle Tai Chi Session. It's easy and so very relaxing. After Tai Chi, we spend about 45 minutes discussing really interesting topics, books and videos. Everyone in the group is free to contribute or suggest topics to be discussed. That is what makes it intersting and fun! Our topics have ranged from lost scriptures of the Bible to angels to near dealth experiences. Currently we are discussing dreams and what they mean in our lives. Come and join us in the Chapel at 10:30 am for a great Tuesday morning outing! Come once, occasionally, or every week. You are always welcome!
The Food Pantry at Good Samaritan Church could use a boost. The following items would be greatly appreciated.
Pasta Sauce, Pasta, Mac and Cheese, Soups, Rice, Canned Fruit, Canned Vegetables, Canned Beans, Peanut Butter, Cereal, Canned Meat including Tuna, Crackers, and Personal Care Items.
Thank you so much for helping the Good Sam Food Pantry. They are always very appreciative of anything we can do! Please bring goods to the Chapel on Sunday and we will deliver.
We're excited! Our adult Spiritual Seekers Class which meets on Sunday mornings before worship has been a real success thanks to all the leaders who have stepped us to bring us some great topics! We meet at 9:30 am in Room 9! We discuss topics such as children's art, writing, self help groups, world religions, and spiritual healing. Don't miss these 45 minute discussions led by Trinity members and friends. Come join the conversation! Currently, we are studying the Islam religion with Tom Fauquet.
Westminster Suncoast has extended a special invitation to our congregation to attend seminars at its beautiful Quak Center for Lifelong Learning in St. Petersburg on the Westminster Suncoast campus. The state-of-the-art center is the hub of activity and learning with a wealth of intellectual, social and cultural opportunities. Westminister Suncoast is located at 1095 Pinellas Point Drive. For more info, call 727-867-1131.
Slick Ali has performed several times at the One Worship services. Last March a video was filmed during the performance. To see Trinity looking good and Slick Ali sounding fabulous, go to You Tube and type in " Slick Ali and Stomp out Sin." Way to go! We are proud of you, Slick Ali!
This video really captures what Trinity Multicultural Campus is all about! Come join us as we build something very special on our campus--something that can make a better world for all! Click here for video.
Our ancestors in faith led the movement for abolition. They were a voice of reason at the dawn of Reconstruction, when America attempted to rebuild a nation buttressed by white power and privilege. They fought long and hard during the time of Jim Crow to gain new ground in the equality of all races. They fought to end red-lining districts that forced black families into ghettoes. And they walked arm in arm with our brothers and sisters of color during the Civil Rights movement. Let's not forget this rich history and let's continue to stand up and speak out for what is right. Please read the letter from our UCC Conference Ministers.
We have a calendar that shows "who is meeting where' each month. With four different ministries, it can get a bit confusing. Just go to the Calendar tab on the left hand side of the page and the drop down will say "Room Usage Calendar."
Thanks to the Lao Ministry members who have come to the church each week and cleaned! Not only the sanctuary, but the grounds as well! We appreciate you so much!!
The Lao Ministry of St. Petersburg began worship services at Trinity on July 31, 2011. Our Laotian friends add vibrant colors and vitality to the campus! They have such generous hearts! The Lao Ministry service begins at 10:00 AM in the Sanctuary.
Anointed Word Fellowship began worship services at Trinity Sunday, August 14, 2011!
Pastors Dexter and Wanda McCree and their congregants have added so much to our campus.
Anointed Word holds worship services at 10:00 am.
As part of our Mission 1 effort in the fall of 2011 we began collecting can goods and other non perishable items that can go to feed the hungry in our county. Our goal was to collect 111 items by the end of the month and we collected over 300. The items went to our sister church, Good Samaritan in Pinellas Park. "Good Sam" has had a food pantry for 45 years and serve approximately 2800 people a year. They are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 9:00 am to noon and accept monetary donations as well as goods.
Helping Good Sam in 2011 started a great tradition! We want to keep going with this worthwhile project so please keep bringing in those canned goods, peanut butter and paper products. Good Sam is very appreciative!!
The items can be placed by our worship table in the Chapel. For more information about the Good Samaritan Food Pantry, click here.
In 2015, we became part of the Family Promise program. As a support church, we have agreed to support a host church four weeks a year in helping shelter and feed a homeless family. Our host church is Palm Lake Christian Church.
Family Promise provides temporary housing to Families with children who have lost their homes. They are a nonprofit, non-religious charity who primarily works with faith-based institutions to accomplish their goals.
Family Promise helps families without homes regain their independence. The goal is to help provide the families with a secure, safe, temporary environment while the parents work with case managers, counselors, and service agencies to return the family to a stable home and a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. Trinity UCC is proud to be part of the effort to help the homeless in Pinellas County. For more info on the Family Promise Program, click here.
June 21 is our field trip to Jacaranda Manor! Please be there by 2:30 pm.
The address is 4250 66th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33709.
Winston is coming and we will be having a lively sing-a-long with the residents! It will be fun!
Items Needed for Jacaranda Manor
Small tissue packets
Candy is ok, but no hard candy
Word finds (puzzle)
No Spray products
No toothpaste or toothbrushes (these are donated by dentists)