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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 info@mccgainesville.org.

      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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    • Pastoral Ponderings:

      February 14th

       

       

       

       

      Today is the beginning of Lent and Valentines Day.  We are starting a series about Ubuntu for Lent. 

      "Ubuntu is the Xhosa word [that] recognizes that human beings need each other for survival and well-being. A person is a person only through other persons, we say. We must care for one another in order to thrive." 

      - Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Rev. Mpho Tutu, from Made For Goodness

      What better way to start Lent than to look at how we love each other in our community. As we take this journey that helps us to reflect on our inner self, may it also reflect our part in the journey with those in our community.  May we learn to love ech other as God loves us.

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

      Catherine

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