Sermon from Sunday July 14

“Almost everything Jesus says challenges his government politically and challenges his religion spiritually.” Listen or watch Rev. King’s sermon from July 14 at the link below. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=895990144087493&id=134484578962&sfnsn=mo

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Immigrants are Welcome Here!

From Pastor Nathan, June 25, 2019 Another reason I’m in the UCC. “The UCC is loud and clear, immigrants are welcome here!” We have a moral obligation to protect those fleeing violence. And we have a moral obligation to protect our neighbors. We have a moral obligation to welcome the immigrant. The local union leader […]

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Happy Salisbury Pride!!!

June 22, 2019 by Pastor Nathan King “Love comes from God. Everyone who loves is a child of God.” It’s in the Bible. At Trinity we get a lot of criticism from so-called Christians about our love, acceptance, support for, and outright embrace of, LGBTQ people. My response to that is pretty simple: we follow […]

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Why march?

Washington, DC  June 12, 2019 – by Rev. Nathan King  Why march? they ask. It doesn’t do any good. No one will change their mind. Today I go to Washington DC and march on Moral Witness Wednesday with other clergy and faith leaders down Pennsylvania Avenue to deliver – in the words of the Rev. […]

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Come Check Us Out This Sunday!

Sunday School and Discussion Groups: 9:30-10:30 We have Adult Bible discussions. One is led by Pastor Nathan, another is led by members of the group who alternate leading it. One meets in Fellowship Hall – Lower Level;  the other in Room 204 – Second Floor – accessible from upper parking lot. Coffee (of course): 10:30-11:00 […]

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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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