News & Events
Last update: November 17, 2020
Hope Tree Christmas Gift Drive
Thanks to you, we were able to share some Christmas joy with some kids in foster care and some refugee kids.
Carols + Refuge Coffee Truck
Sunday, December 13 at 4:30pm
Come sing (or listen to!) your favorite Christmas carols by the front steps of the church. Come early or stay late to enjoy coffee for purchase from the Refuge Coffee Truck from 3:30-5:30pm. View the Facebook Event here.
Christmas Eve Worship
Outdoor and Online Options
We have multiple opportunities for you to gather with us for Christmas Eve candlelight worship including outdoors at Clairemont Elementary School, online at 7pm, or on-demand. Learn more.
Advent Sunday Worship Online
We continue to gather online for weekly worship each Sunday at 10:00am. Join us for music, and teaching, and communion (bring something to use for bread and wine!). During Advent, we are exploring what it means to live as those who dream, even when dreaming is difficult.
Dial-in by phone: 301-715-8592 (meeting ID: 872 566 593)
Cold Weather Survival Kits
This year, because of COVID, our friends at A Home For Everyone in Dekalb will not open a shelter but will be providing "survival kits" including blankets, sleeping bags, Marta cards, supper bags, and hygiene packs. We’ve heard that the most urgent need is for blankets, hand warmers, and women’s socks for these survival kits. If you’d like to buy some directly, they can be dropped off at the church office on Tuesdays or Thursdays or brought to one of our outdoor worship events.
You can donate or sign-up to participate with this project here:
Organize a Food Drive for DEAM
Decatur Emergency Assistance Ministries is one of our mission partners. They provide food, rent and utility assistance, and other services to people in need. Maybe you could organize a neighborhood, floor, or building food drive…or just grab a few items off their most needed list:
canned beef stew
canned pinto beans
canned kidney beans
canned mixed vegetables
canned green beans
chunky size soups (beef or chicken )
jelly (grape or strawberry)
1 lb. packages of white rice
powdered laundry detergent or pods
shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant
Drop off donations between 9am and noon any Wednesday and leave outside the door. Volunteers check regularly! DEAM is located on the lower level of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (515 E. Ponce de Leon Ave.) off Sycamore Place.
Every Wednesday at 12:30pm
Staying connected is good for your health! Join whenever you can. Each week we will take a 20-minute break in our days to check-in with each other, share a brief devotion, and lift up our joys and concerns as we connect with God in prayer. Dial: 770-274-6700, enter code: 465
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