Trinity's Historical Society Publication Since 2017
Crossroads is published quarterly and features news of activities and original research on historical events relating to Trinity and its church community
1. Type in the search term (word, name, or phrase) in the search bar.
2. A list of titles of issues in PDF form will appear that include this search term.
3. Click on the title (or “Read More” and the issue/PDF will open (automatically online or as a download on your device).
4. When the issue/PDF opens, you can search inside the issue/PDF for the search term as you normally do any PDF, such as
- On your computer keyboard, hold down the CTRL key and the “f” key. When a search bar appears, retype your search term in the new box that comes up.
- You will need to find your find tool (often a magnifying glass) in the issue/PDF on your phone device–the search tools vary with the device.
In 2017, the first issue of Crossroads was published. The initial aim was to report on the activities of the Historical Society, but by the time of its publication, the vision of a newsletter had changed to a more comprehensive goal: a publication of original historical research. Crossroads is a group effort of the Historical Society with various members conducting research, writing, interviewing, and copyediting. Pam Crosby is founder and editor, and a special contributor to the research is E. Lynn McLarty, who has published numerous volumes of records for the archives and continues to add to the body of historical research at Trinity, including leading video-taped interviews. All persons are welcomed to submit manuscripts, stories, photos, and descriptions for consideration of publication in the periodical. We also welcome volunteers to become a part of the staff.
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The Historical Society is responsible for showing and telling the history of Trinity through the publication of its quarterly newsletter Crossroads, displays of documents and artifacts, and sponsorship of presentations and meetings.
The Historical Society is open to anyone who is interested in or wishes to be involved with church history.
Committee for the Preservation of Church History
The CPCH is a ministry of the Church Council with members appointed by the Council and with other individuals who serve as associate members. The CPCH is responsible for researching and preserving the many documents, journals, reports, photographs, recordings, and other material relevant to our church history.