In Person Outdoor Worship
Dear Holy Trinity,
For I am longing to see you so that I may share with you some spiritual gift to strengthen you— or rather so that we may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith, both yours and mine. -St. Paul, Romans 1:8-12
It’s time! After over six months of worshiping solely online, we are ready to regather in person--in the flesh!-- and we could not be more excited.
We have in-person, outdoor services twice a week: Wednesdays at 11 am and Fridays at 6 pm. (For now, Sunday mornings will stay online only.) We will worship on the plaza at Holy Trinity. Each service will last about 45 minutes with some time for fellowship at the end. We will have music, prayer, and a chance to hear and dwell in God’s word together. It will be holy and good. We will be together, and you know what Jesus said about two or three or thirty five gathered together in his name...
1. You must pre-register each person attending! You can sign up in Realm (our new Holy Trinity one-stop app) under the “Events” tab at the bottom of the homescreen. If you need help with Realm, email Tim Ball (or call him at 678-910-0134) or Amanda Vaughn.
You can also sign up here:
2. Wear a mask!
3. If you don’t want to sit on the plaza pavers, bring your own camp chair or folding chair (or even a blanket). We will have seating areas marked off to keep everyone safely spaced.
4. Bring a bible! We are structuring worship so we won’t need to hand out bulletins, or have to have our noses buried in a pdf on our phones. But we will spend some time discussing scripture together each time we worship, so bring your favorite bible.
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