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Justice & Public Policy
The Sustainability Committee seeks to integrate environmental sustainability into the life and mission of Trinity Presbyterian Church.
|Current Events and Updates
On Saturday, October 19th, between 9:00 a.m. until Noon, Trinity volunteers will have an opportunity to participate in a Trees Atlanta tree-planting project in Atlanta's Bolton Road (BHOP) area, a coummunity which Trinity has long supported. Volunteers, supervised by Trees Atlanta, will plant 32 trees in the neighborhood. Each volunteer will work with a partner. Wear work clothes and closed-toe shoes, and bring drinking water in a reusable container (not one-time use bottles).
Sign up for this morning of service to the Bolton Road (BHOP) neighborhood on October 19th - enjoy being outdoors in a beautiful season, get good exercise and help to beautify and improve the neighborhood for years to come! Sign up on the Five Points bulletin board, call Nancy Ireland at 404-237-6491, or sign up below:
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- Trinity has been certified as one of the Presbytery's Earth Care Congregations for the second year
- How can YOU get invovled in Trinity's Sustaibility outreach? View our bulletin board oposite the Media Center.
|Sustainability at Trinity
- Community Supported Agriculture
- News on the Trail: In June, a beautiful and sturdy entrance to the Trinity dell was completed by Trevor Adams of Boy Scouts of American Super Troop 197 ( based at The Westminster Schools). The project was planned, funded and executed by Trevor and his crew from the troop. Thank you Trevor and fellow Scouts! The trail continues to be developed and improved, so spend some time walking this lovely, cool and shady path!
- Earth Day 2013 will be CELEBRATING CREATION
Sunday, April 14th, 2013 is the date for Trinity's annual Earth Day Celebration and Luncheon. Charles Seabrook, noted author, Wild Georgia columnist and Nature Writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, will be our featured Luncheon speaker. His subject will be Georgia's natural beauty and its biological diversity, with special emphasis on its salt marshes and their value to our eco-system.
Please make Luncheon reservations by calling Nancy Ireland, 404-237-6491.
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Contact: Chairperson Linda Bath, firstname.lastname@example.org
Other active committee members: Carolyn Carr, John Hitchens, Greg Hoopes, John Koon, Dave May, Christie Woodfin, Bernard Gilliland, Frances Wilson, and Eleanor Baughman.