Encounter God, Love People, Change the World—And Have a Free Dinner on Us!

Mark Hartman at a Generations Band Service. Courtesy/TOTH

Join us this Sunday at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church for a FREE community dinner and contemporary worship service – this Sunday and every second and fourth Sunday. Our yummy and lovingly prepared meal will begin at 5:15 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, followed at 6:07 p.m. with the service and a live praise-and-worship band—come see what we’re all about.

Our theme this week will be “Encounter God, Love People, Change the World.” The apostle Paul warned against judging our value according to what the world believes is “good, beautiful and true.” Our homilist, Laurie Triplett, asks us to consider if there is a better way to achieve all heart’s desires than chasing after perfection, competing against one another, and valuing others for what they do for us. Triplett says, “How can we better encounter God, love our neighbor, and make a difference in this world? Come and see!”

And be sure to mark your calendar now for our March 9 Celtic service. The renowned Jonathan Dowell, champion mountain dulcimer player, will enliven our program with his amazing musical talent.

EVERYBODY is welcome—so come help us rock the house of God in great food, prayer and praise!