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Following CDC guidelines and PC(USA) recommendations, Worship, Sunday School and other activities including use of the Community Center are suspended at Trinity Presbyterian Church until further notice.

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Trinity Presbyterian Church Worship Service

Online worship service: May 31, 11:00 a.m. (EDT)

Click on this link to join us in a Zoom meeting:
(Note this week we have a NEW Zoom meeting room:

https://hallco.zoom.us/j/96228318102?pwd=ZFNHNFFvekYraW90MU82aVc2eGxHdz09

You can access the service via Zoom on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.  Sign on early at 10:45 a.m. Turn on your device’s camera and microphone and welcome each other. The prelude begins at 10:55 a.m.

A Whale of a Tale (Pentecost Sunday) 

Acts 2: 2-11
Trinity Church’s Parish Associate Rev. Eleana Garrett, preaching
Woodstock Church Elder Enrique Mercado, liturgist
Trinity Church Worship Leader Mandy Ayotte, Zoom engineer

Clara Lacy Memorial Service Recording

A 52-minute video recording of the Memorial Service for Clary Lacy on May 23 is available at this link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vKKEmHfEaKQdJuawrsgpbHeGgW1t-AfT

This link may be forwarded to interested parties and the video downloaded for personal keeping.

Collection bin for Human Society

The session has allowed members of a Girl Scouts Troup 14662, that under normal circumstances holds meetings at the church, to have a collection bin at the church from June 3-17 to collect goods for the Cherokee County Humane Society. The Humane Society is struggling to get donations because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Bring cat and dog food, dog leashes and collars, sheets and towels for bedding, and puppy pads.

Thank you for continuing to support your church. Though we are not able to meet in our facilities, the financial responsibilities for the church 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.

When will we return to our facilities?

The sessions of Trinity and Woodstock churches held another joint meeting last week to discuss when to resume worship services within the churches’ facilities. However, no specific date has been set. In the next few weeks, the elders will make phone calls to solicit input from individual members about their comfort level in returning to the facilities for worship. The Trinity session has also declined to set any specific date for allowing groups to use the church’s Community Center.

 

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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