Where are you going to church on Easter?

Sunday at lunch Rev. Ladale Benson asked me if there is another church in Concord that is open and affirming (of LGBT people). I said a few are. But I don’t know of any others with a Rainbow and Transgender flag flying outside their building. A first time worshiper that day told us they came […]

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Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 6pm

Join us for a service of lessons, songs, and candlelight at 6pm on Christmas Eve. Our service also includes Holy Communion which is always open to everyone. No matter who are, where you are on life’s journey, who you love, or how you identify, we welcome your full participation in the life of this loving […]

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Sunday of Song Dec. 16

A SUNDAY OF SONG This Sunday, December 16, our music department will present a service of music, featuring portions of the cantata Evening in December by Tom Fettke, sung by the choir. Music and more music will range from traditional carol tunes and a quiet canticle to a boisterous African Noel, involving singers, guitars, Orff […]

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Services cancelled for Sunday 12/9/18. Tune in to Facebook.com/CommaChurch for message from Pastor Nathan at 11:15am. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=214951696098149&id=134484578962  

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Sunday Service December 8

Will it be snow??? If so, we will not have Sunday school and worship at Trinity on Sunday. BUT… we WILL be broadcasting on our Trinity Facebook page live for a short service from South Street Piano Studio in Davidson NC at 11:15am. So stay tuned for an update on Saturday afternoon.

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A Rare Jewel

By Rev. Nathan King Walking into the parking lot after our mid-week Bible study on Wednesday morning, Earl was about to ride off on his bike to eat lunch with the rest of the group. The discussion on The Triumph of Christianity by Bart Erhman had been lively to say the least. There were about a dozen of […]

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Prayer In the Aftermath

Rev. Nathan King Interim Disaster Representative, UCC WNCA  O Holy One, you who have given us life, and breath, and being, and you who have sustained our lives with the the gift of your comforting and mighty presence, we give thanks that this storm called Florence has now passed. We now find ourselves in the […]

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Without Power!

by Rev. Nathan King As hurricane Florence now begins lashing the coastal margins of North and South Carolina, I hope you have/had the luxury of making preparations to stay safe. Theresa and I bought a few groceries in case we lose power. We are fortunate to have a gas stove and could still cook should […]

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