Reflection from Pastor Nathan
Charlotte Pride 2018!
Who’s right? This morning I was in the check-out line at a thrift where I often shop. The person in front of me was buying an item and even with the 5% discount it came to so many dollars “and two cents.” The customer reached in their pocket and pulled out another dollar. The cashier […]
HB2 Community Discussion
by Dan Harty We have to take a moment to reflect on our time at the Charlotte Pride Festival. We shared stories, laughs, hugs, smiles, love, and also tears with so many people at the Festival. In those 2 days filled our hearts with joy. We also shared a booth with Wedgewood Church located in […]
Community Forum At Catawba College on Sexuality and Religion
On October 4, Trinity UCC and Concord-Kannapolis PFLAG will host a community discussion on HB2, Shifting the Paradigm: The Role of Faith Communities in Improving the Lives of LGBTQ Individuals and Families. The speakers will include Trinity’s pastor, Nathan King along with individuals who speak on the psychological aspects of the situation. This discussion will […]
Racists Anonymous Begins at Trinity
Catawba College of Salisbury will be hosting a free community forum Tuesday, September 20th. The speaker for this event will be Dr. Mark Achtemeier, author of The Bible’s Yes to Same-Sex Marriage. Dr. Achtemeier is a former anti-LGBT activist in the Presbyterian church. He is now a supporter of LGBT inclusion. Dr. Achtemeier will give […]
Trinity in the Park(ing) Lot
RA Meets Wednesdays at 6pm in the Fellowship Hall. Dr. Carol Stanley (pictured above) facilitates the meeting. Come see. All are welcome! Racists Anonymous Story Concord, NC, Thursday, July 21, 2016— Could it be that we are all just a little bit racist? A local congregation in Concord, NC asks itself this question because many […]
Trinity in the Park
We are having a community back to school party on Sunday, August 7th from 5-7 pm. There will be food and games for everybody. School supplies will be given out to the children. Plan to arrive at 4:30 if you are helping.
Community Dinner, April 16th
Sunday’s service will be held at Les Meyer’s Park in Concord at 11:00am. We will meet at Paul’s Picnic Shelter. The Morning Circle is graciously providing lunch. All you need to do is bring dessert if you wish. No Sunday school classes will meet that day. The topic for this service will be: “Care for […]
Pancake Breakfast, Saturday April 9th
The next community dinner will be held on Saturday, April 16 from 5:00-6:00 pm. Cooking begins at 3:30. Cleaning will conclude around 7:15. We invite you to come help during times that work best for your schedule. th
Everyone is welcome to the next pancake breakfast is Saturday, April 9th. Set-up begins at 7:00 am. Serving lasts from 7:30- 10:00. We can always use extra help.