Trinity church facilities

“Facilities closed until further notice due the Coronavirus pandemic.

Please join us on Sundays for church services led by Pastor Don Esa via “Zoom“. Check this page for the zoom link on Sunday mornings prior to 11 a.m.

Online worship service: Palm Sunday, April 5 11:00 a.m. (EDT)

We will also be celebrating communion during our worship service. Please join the meeting with a little bread and grape (or other) juice if you are able. We will join at God’s Virtual Table together.

A Busy Week

Matthew 21:1-11; Psalm 118:1-2, 9-16

Rev. Eleana Garrett, Parish Associate at Trinity Presbyterian Church, delivering the sermon

Holy Communion: Have some bread and juice to participate.


Click on this link to join us:     https://us04web.zoom.us/j/332781708
Meeting ID if requested:         332 781 708

Pastor Don Esa invites you to join us via Zoom on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Here are some helpful tips:

1.     If you are a first time user on Zoom, click on the above link. Zoom will ask to access your device and then download its app on it. It is not necessary to purchase the app in order to view the worship service, but Zoom will likely ask you to establish a user name and password to sign on. (You may want to do this ahead of time.)

2.     We usually open the worship meeting room about 3 minutes before the service. You no longer will have to wait for permission to enter.

3.     You will need to manually turn on your webcam (if you have one) to be seen by everyone, but please keep your device’s microphone on “mute” to reduce noise in our room.

4.     If you wear a hearing aid, you may want to wear it to enhance hearing the service.

5.     Zoom lets you control the way you see others in the room. Depending on your device’s screen, the “gallery” view displays up to 25 people in the room. The “speaker” view enlarges the window of the person currently speaking. The “thumbnail” view (on some devices) is a combination of “gallery” and “speaker”.

Thank you for continuing to support your church.

Though we are not able to meet in our facilities, the financial responsibilities for both churches continue as usual. Please send your checks made out to Trinity Presbyterian Church to: Trinity Presbyterian Church, 8014 Cumming Hwy, Suite 403-325, Canton, GA 30115.

Many of you have supported the PCUSA’s One Great Hour of Sharing special offering which is received at this time. This offering supports the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and Presbyterian Hunger programs. If you would like to contribute to this special offering, make your check out to Trinity church with “One Great Hour of Sharing” noted on the memo line.

Please view Sermons http://trinity-presbyterian-church.org/recent-sermons/ to hear the Word of God through Pastor Don Esa. PDF’s are available on this page as well.

Meet Our Pastor

Pastor Don Esa

The Rev. Don Esa is the pastor at Trinity Presbyterian Church.Rev. Don Esa began serving as the Pastor at Trinity Presbyterian Church in August, 2013. He also is serving at the nearby Woodstock Presbyterian Church, making the 23-minute trip between the churches each Sunday.

Pastor Don Esa

Pastor Don Esa

Rev. Esa served as the Associate Pastor of Education at First Presbyterian Church of Marietta for more than 12 years. He served at churches in Pittsburgh, PA and Cincinnati, OH before moving to West Cobb, GA in 1997.

He is a graduate of the University of Denver (BA in Mass Communications), Princeton Theological Seminary (MDiv), and Fuller Theological Seminary (DMin).

Prior to seminary, Rev. Esa worked in broadcast news for several Colorado radio stations. He tells parishioners that he decided to leave the broadcast news industry so that he could tell the “Good News” rather than merely reporting all the bad news in the world.

Through the years, Rev. Esa has served on and chaired a number of presbytery committees in Ohio and Georgia. He was a commissioner to the PCUSA General Assembly for Cincinnati Presbytery.

Rev. Esa and his wife, Mary, have two grown children. Spare time activities include travel, photography, gardening, and many hikes at Kennesaw Mountain National Historical Park.

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