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      Welcome to Trinity MCC's Website. 

      We are so glad that you have visited with us today. 

      We hope you will be able to find everything you need but if you have any questions please contact us on 352 317 5143 or email

      We are a Christian Church that believes it is humanity that places boundaries on God's love and not God. 

      Therefore the mission of Trinity MCC is to spread the message of God's inclusive love.

      May your day be blessed by the God of your understanding.

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      Why not join us between 1pm and 3pm at church to help bag the yellow books. We look forward to seeing you. (Jul 21, 5pm)
      Come and join our walking group tomorrow at 9am. We will meet at Mill Creek Preserve just north of Alachua. (Jul 21, 5pm)
      We have the Quilting Bee at 3pm today. Sadly our Spanish lesson and Mustard Seed Bible Study have had to be cancelled due to an emergency. (Jul 19, 5pm)
      We are ready for worship - all we need is you at 11am to make it a perfect morning. See you later. (Jul 16, 8am)
      Don't forget tomorrow afternoon at 2pm we are showing The Shack. This is a free event. There will be snacks, drinks and ice creams for sale. (Jul 14, 8pm)
      We have launched our 34th Anniversary Celebration Campaign. Click here to donate Thank you in advance (Jul 14, 1pm)
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    • Pastoral Ponderings:

      July 12th

      I quite enjoy listening to NPR and the other day I heard a story about people who write Fake News.  I was reminded, when talking about this, that Fake News is lies - and there is no other way to describe it.  On the program they told us that the person had created a news article that shared a Russian woman had been raped by Muslims. This fed into the hateful rhetoric about the Islamic community.  Why would anyone think firstly that putting lies out there to demonize a group of people is ok? Second why would anyone think making up lies about rape (which if one goes through this it is an incredibly traumatic event that changes lives forever). What was more scary was even when people found out it was fake news they still continued the hateful rhetoric.

      I wondered how we can stop this - and the only thing I came up with was that we can be careful when we hear news - checking everything before sharing it.  On Sunday I spoke about gossip and how if we are not careful gossip can break a church.  Not that I am suggesting this would happen at Trinity MCC but it is key that we continue to have checks and balances within ourselves to make sure we don't fall into the trap of feeding the forwarding of fake news/gossip.

      We can never change the world but we can change how we interact in it and with each other.

      Many blessings

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