Allegra Smith gives a big thank you to Morris DuBose for all his work as a narrative consultant with Trinity and Trinity Fusion.
Throughout the month of November, as we return thanks, hear from Trinity members as to why they support the ministries of Trinity.
Nakeshia Hedrick, Executive Director at Family Promise of Greater Lafayette (www.fpglinc.org/)
The COVID crisis has put significant strain on our nation’s economy and not-for-profit organizations are facing considerable stress even as the populations they serve are increasing. While Trinity has focused on being missional (building transformative relationships with those in need), it is currently a challenge to develop and build new individual relationships. So, during the month of August, we will focus on building our relationships with local community service providers and supporting them during this difficult time.
Each Sunday in August, during morning worship AND via video on Trinity’s website and Facebook page, you will hear from a leader at a local not-for-profit about how they serve our community, how the needs for their services have changed and grown during this pandemic, and how we can make a difference in supporting their work.
We would like to challenge everyone at Trinity to give an additional $10/ week (a grand total of $50) toward this mission outreach. We recognize that some within our congregation have also been financially impacted by this pandemic and, if that is your situation, ask simply that you give as you are able. Also, if you are in a financial position to do so, larger gifts are welcomed and encouraged. You may give in the following ways:
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