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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:

      September 14th

      As I write this, the East Coast of America is feeling the affects of Hurricane Florence.  It is just a year ago Trinity MCC was open to those who fell victim to Hurricane Irma.

      There is no doubting that the world's weather system is becoming more harsh on every level - the storms are stronger, the areas that suffer drought seem to suffer longer, the ice is melting where it shouldn't be. I am sure this era will be one that will go down as a historical time weather wise. 

      All of this reminds me that everything changes, sometimes for the good, and sometimes not so much.  As we look at our own lives I wonder if we can pinpoint times that we changed how we dealt with situations, or how we lived with things. "When you're finished changing, you're finished." (Benjamin Franklin).   Change is inevitable but it is our way of dealing with it that decides whether we embrace it or fear it.  As the fall (Autumn) comes in North Florida we see some small change around us in the trees - let that be the reminder to us to embrace what Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971) said:

       

      God grant me the serenity

      to accept the things I cannot change;

      courage to change the things I can;

      and wisdom to know the difference.

       

      Catherine

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