Fellowship, Dinner, Music, Scripture at TOTH Sunday

Members of the Generations band perform at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church June 9. Courtesy photo.

TOTH News:

As Father’s Day approaches, we want to bring attention to God the Father as our parent: our perfect parent. He loves us unconditionally. He always forgives us. He wants us to be happy. He wants us to honor Him, as we should our own parents. 

Love brings forth forgiveness and honor—it is the key. Love shines through in our relationships, be it parent to child or friendships. Friendships strengthen our bonds with one another and give us a sense of belonging, a sense of security.

We need love, security, and belonging, which can only be perfectly fulfilled in God—part of the reason why it is so important to heal our relationship with God. Come to our upcoming contemporary service (called Generations) at 6:07 p.m., June 9 at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church (TOTH) and further strengthen and heal your relationship with our Lord.

But first, share in fellowship and belonging with a free dinner at 5:15 p.m. in Kelly Hall. We have a new summer schedule, with services on June 9, July 14, and Aug. 11 only. Our regular schedule will resume in September, having services every second and fourth Sunday of the month. TOTH welcomes all ages and denominations. Join us!

Mother Alicia Pope’s homily will address relationships to one another: man to man, woman to woman, man to woman and vice versa, and all of us to God. It is so important to heal all of our relationships. Strong, loving relationships bring peace to the soul.

We want to thank everyone who was able to come to Generations on May 26 to help us Rock the House of God at TOTH (3900 Trinity Dr.) Father Kelly and Sue Ellen sent their love to all who attended. Generations continues to celebrate with our congregation in worshiping God in the same style as the Kellys. We continue to encourage you to come and listen to God’s Word in our upbeat music through our live contemporary band and in scripture with Mother Alicia Pope. 


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