At Holy Trinity, our mission is to love, worship, and serve God - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - here in Chatham County.
Holy Trinity is a new church with a growing, multigenerational congregation. Our services are at 9 AM on Sunday mornings. We provide Nursery and Children's Ministries. Come and visit! This is a great time to get involved in the life of this new community! To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-961-7744.
Baptism Class - Begins March 2
Baptism Class for Children and Youth begins March 2nd. Children or youth interested in receiving the sacrament of Holy Baptism this Easter need to enroll in this class. Classes will be held in the Grove from 10:45 until 11:45. Classes run through April 13th. To register for this class contact David
Daylight Savings Time - begins March 9
Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday, March 9th. Don't forget to set your clocks ahead one hour on Saturday night!
Church Lunch - March 9
After the service we will gather together at The Gathering Place
at Fearrington Village for a potluck lunch. These times together for food and fellowship have been so important in the planting of this church. Please plan to bring two dishes to share, with at least enough to serve your family and to share with others.
Circles Chatham meal - March 11
On Tuesday, March 11, Holy Trinity Chatham is providing supper for 30 Chatham County people who are getting help in their journey out of poverty. A number of churches rotate Tuesday evening meals so that these folks can meet with allies who help with resources and direction. We need 8 people to bring parts of the meal (4 salads, 1 more dessert, 3 casseroles) to Pittsboro UMC, 71 West St 27312, at 6:00 PM this Tuesday. Please contact email@example.com
to sign up or to arrange for food pickup. Cheryl will be happy to pick up food at your house. More information here
Lenten Disciplines - begin March 12
Lenten Disciplines for the Soul on Wednesday evenings, March 12th through April 16th at the Butler home, 6:30 - 8:00 PM. Rather than feeling like a class, these gatherings will be marked by the time, space, and quiet to practice some of the classic disciplines: instructed Eucharist, Lectio Divina, contemplative prayer, using the Book of Common Prayer for personal devotions, etc. A detailed description
is written here. Make plans to come and learn more about ways to observe a holy Lent. Questions? Contact Sean Ewing, firstname.lastname@example.org