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Lenten Study Sign Up
Our church-wide Lenten study is about to begin! Please join us as we study “Seven Words” by Susan Robb. We have multiple group options listed on the sign-up; please choose the one that works best for you. Depending on what day your group meets, your first class will be between February 18 and February 24. An email with the Zoom info will go out to those on the sign-up. To sign up for a Lenten Study, CLICK HERE.
Trinity’s Music Ministry offers music meant to uplift, inspire and give peace to the soul during these troubled times. This music will be live streamed on YouTube each Tuesday for three weeks.
January 19 – Chris Titko will share piano and vocal music based on hymns and scriptures.
January 26 – Viktor and Chris will join forces to share music for organ and piano.
These half hour programs will be available on the church’s YouTube page following each offering.
Enrollment dates for the 2021-2022 school year are as follows:
– Currently enrolled children may enroll February 1-3, 2021
– Church members may enroll February 4, 2021
– Families who previously enrolled, but delayed due to COVID February 5, 2021
– Open enrollment begins February 8, 2021
What does current science say about climate change and its effects? What are Florida’s environmental regulations? How can citizens conserve, protect and recycle most effectively? How does the Tallahassee Green Faith Alliance promote and assist in the practice of sustainability? What are the spiritual relationships and responsibilities we share to care for the earth and each other? Experts on climate change and the care for our natural world will explore their responses to these questions and others relating to one of the most pressing issues confronting us as stewards of God’s earthly kingdom.
To see details on this upcoming Lay Academy series, including list of speakers, descriptions, time, and dates of all sessions, beginning January 13, please go to Lay Academy.
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