This summer, before leaving for seminary at Yale Divinity School, Christy Stang has been Trinity's intern and has graced us with her preaching. This Sunday was Christy's farewell, and her last time preaching this summer. Christy preached about what is can really mean to be prepared for the presence of God.
"This sermon's brief manuscript is a written "check list" on the aspects preent in a baptism but was delivered extemporaneously while walking among the congregation as Gemma's two older brothers helped with their own clipboards and pencils."
— Rev. Dr. Anne Miner-Pearson (August 4, 2019) Read
Our guest preacher at Trinity was none other than Trinity member, Christy Stang. This fall Christy will begin her studies at both Yale Divinity School and the Institute of Sacred Music. Christy just finished her undergraduate degree at Mount Holyoke.
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