HTP parishioner Alice Bliss will give a reading/signing from her recently-published novella, The Handsome Family, Book II on Sunday, October 9, at 3 p.m. in the HTP reception area.
Georgia Center for the Book presents authoror Melissa Fay Greene, who will read from her book, The Underdogs.
The House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church has issued the following: A Word to the Church for the World.
September 21, 2016 Morning Prayer Readings: Psalm 119:41-64; Isaiah 8:11-20; Romans 10:1-15
It’s that time of year again!
Newcomers/Learn About Holy Trinity Classes Starting Oct. 2
All the Company of Heaven hangs in the reception area of Holy Trinity Parish. This work was painted in memory of a former parishioner whose imagination was particularly captured by...
HTP’s next turns to prepare and serve meals at Hagar’s House, the Decatur Cooperative Ministry’s emergency shelter for women & children, are:
August 24, 2016 Morning Prayer Readings: Psalm 86; Genesis 28:10-17; John 1:43-51
The Episcopal Church has a fine-tuned response to disasters, developed from work with victims of Katrina and emergencies that have followed.
Foyers provides an opportunity to get to know people on an individual level, without an agenda. Foyers has no structure, no plan, no goal, other than sharing a meal...
Morning Office Readings: Psalms 113,115; 1 Samuel 2:1-10; John 2:1-12 We ask an awful lot of Mary.
HTP’s next Church of the Common Ground date is this Sunday, August 14.
August 6, 2016 Morning Prayer Readings: Psalm 2, 24; Exodus 24:12-18; 2 Corinthians 4:1-6
Help epilepsy patients in rural Honduras to continue receiving anti-seizure medication.
Ethlene Sawyerr-Turner and Annie Dove-Edwin are planting a new chapter of Mothers Union
The 2016 Citizen’s Police Academy (CPA) classes will be held Thursday evenings from September 1 thru November 3, 2016, from 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM at City of Decatur...
Every year at this time, I ask members of Holy Trinity to consider a donation to purchase anticonvulsant medication for the treatment of epilepsy in the clinic at Rancho...
Students and educators of all ages– from preschoolers to grad students and beyond– are invited to bring their book bags, backpacks, totes, etc.
Educating and empowering the people of our diocese is central to creating and maintaining churches and activities that are safe for everyone.
Summer is wrapping up, and it’s time for the kids to stop chasing Pokemon and start thinking about math, science, and ELA.
Save the date: Saturday, September 10. Gather together as we continue to celebrate Holy Trinity’s 125th birthday.
A senior parishioner is first on the waiting list at Philips Tower in Decatur. However, her current housing situation expires on July 31 and she is in urgent need...