Category Archives: Reflections

Old Text – Still Relevant

Pastor’s Column for February 2020 Epistle Dear Friends in Christ, I said, in my sermon January 19, that I have never before so appreciated the readings from First Corinthians during the Season after Epiphany as I have this year. I … Continue reading

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Trinity New Hope Stories – Four

Trinity New Hope stories for 2019 Avenues for Hope Written by Trinity New Hope Property Manager Tami Romine Family 4 (also featured in 2018) Finally, the last family was a single mom with five children: One teenage boy and all others … Continue reading

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Trinity New Hope Stories – Three

Trinity New Hope stories for 2019 Avenues for Hope Written by Trinity New Hope Property Manager Tami Romine Family 3 (also featured in 2018) This family came to us in late 2015. They were a homeless family of seven made up … Continue reading

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Collaboration All. Year. Long.

This December, Trinity New Hope, the affordable housing nonprofit affiliated with my congregation, is participating for the third time in a row in the Home Partnership Foundation’s online fundraiser Avenues for Hope. For small younger nonprofits like ours, this is … Continue reading

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Trinity New Hope Stories – Two

Trinity New Hope stories for 2019 Avenues for Hope Written by Trinity New Hope Property Manager Tami Romine Family 2 This new family is a small one, but a good one. Another referral from SICHA with a voucher, she is … Continue reading

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Trinity New Hope Stories – One

Trinity New Hope Stories for 2019 Avenues for Hope Housing Challenge Written by Trinity New Hope Property Manager Tami Romine Family 1 This family is a household of seven with a mom, dad, and five little one’s all under the … Continue reading

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Geeking out-Ecumenism and Camp

Tomorrow I begin my journey to The Great Gathering–over 500 people from the Lutheran, Presbyterian, United Church of Christ, Methodist, Episcopal, and United Church of Canada outdoor ministry networks assembled together for four days at Lake Junaluska in the Blue … Continue reading

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