Pot-Luck Dinner Reminder! Sunday, March 18, 6-8p.m.

Reminder: you and your family are invited to a Pot-luck Dinner!

Join us on Sunday, March 18th in the Fellowship Hall from 6pm-8pm. Bring a dish to share (serving size 6-8 people) and drinks will be provided.

If you didn’t RSVP yet, please call the church office at 386-445-4757, email the TPC Office (trinityoffice@cfl.rr.com), or simply show up with a salad, dessert, or entrée for 6 to 8 people.

Picture Directory – February 21, 2018

TPC Church Directory thumbnailNote: links are disabled in the email version of this post, but active on the website.
A new version of the Trinity Presbyterian Picture Directory is available on the TPC website. Click the image to the left to see the new directory.
You may also access the Picture Directory on the website under: Publications (tab) > Picture Directory.
For security, the directory is password protected. The password is available to any Trinity Presbyterian member by calling the church office.

We need new pictures!

All members, New Deacons, New Elders: Fresh, new and replacement pictures will be taken for all as needed, so we can post updated pictures in the directory, and print copies for the deacons and elders picture cabinets in the narthex. Every effort will be taken to minimize wrinkles, remove blemishes, and select the best smiles for publication. Come to the Wilson Chapel between the early and late services, Sunday February 4 and February 11, 9:00 – 11:00am. Guests who worship at Trinity regularly are welcome in our directory. — Membership Committee

New Picture Directory

A new version of the Trinity Presbyterian Picture Directory is available on the website. Click HERE to see the new directory.

You may also access the Picture Directory on the website under: Publications (tab) > Picture Directory

For security, the directory is password protected. The password is available to any Trinity Presbyterian member by calling the church office.

 

Security at Trinity

As most of you are aware, we have spent significant time and money in the past 2 years improving the appearance and upgrading the facilities of the church.  Now, given tragic events out of Texas and elsewhere in our country and the world, it is imperative that we consider the security of our total campus.  As a result of concerns from some members, and as a necessary response to those recent news events, the facility care committee met recently with the Flagler County Sheriff’s Department and its security Task Force.  The result of that meeting is a big list of needed upgrades and security measures if we are to meet our responsibilities to ensure the safety of our members.

A full written report will be forthcoming from the Sheriff’s Department.  That report will be available to you.

Needless to say, we are going to need money and volunteer participation if we are to meet even a minimum level of church security.  We will meet with Security Companies as appropriate.  In the meantime, we need to be aware of members who have expertise in any of the following areas:

  1. Grant Procurement
  2. Weapons Management and Enforcement
  3. Security Backgrounds
  4. Building Security Organization
  5. Technical security preparation and maintenance

If you can be of help in any of these or allied areas, we need to know of your willingness to participate.  You can do so by informing our church office, who will forward the details to me.

Thanks for your attention and interest.  It is important in today’s world that we have more than a “head in the sand” approach to the safety of our valued worshippers.

 

John Waugaman,

Facility Care Chair

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