Triple Cross says thank you for your help with and participation in the living nativity we held on December 11th, 2016. Thank you for the costumes, cookies, and of course for your presence with us. We hosted approximately 100 people on that afternoon, mostly from the community. Beginning February 2-3 and concluding in May, a team from Triple Cross will be participating in Training with Fresh Expressions U.S. held on the campus of Asbury Theological seminary in Wilmore, Ky. We are embarking on a new season of discernment and growth as God leads us in reaching those who do not yet have a relati... more
Staff Parish-Relations Class of 2017 Class of 2018 Class of 2019 Paul Bosse Bailey Angel Celia Parsons Lamoine Pridey Jay Shewmaker Paula Hubbard Nancy Trisler Robert Campbell Tim White   Finance Class of 2017 Class of 2018 Class of 2019 Carol Botts Martha Robertson Rick Angel Wanda Gabehart... more
On January 1, 2017, New Year’s Sunday, our church and St. Peter’s African Methodist Episcopal Church fellowshipped and worshipped together. Rev. William Jenkins, pastor of St. Peter’s AME Church, had extended an invitation to us earlier in December when they were having issues with their heating system. We accepted his invitation and were blessed beyond measure by their gracious hospitality and spirit. I was really proud of our church’s response and attendance. This coming together of our two churches encouraged us to develop a stronger bond in the year 2017. Thus, with February being recogni... more
Our church has been invited to come to St. Peter's AME Church, January 1, 2017. They will serve breakfast from 9:30-10:30a.m. and joint worship at 11a.m. Pastor Hawkins will be bringing the message. There will be no bible study or worship services at our church.
Please join us for our annual Hanging of the Greens Celebration! During this event, you’ll enjoy beautiful Christmas music performed by our choir as we decorate the church. We’ll also host a reception in our Fellowship Hall after a message from our pastor. We hope to see you there!   When: December 4th at 6pm
Just a friendly reminder to set your clocks back one hour before you hit the sack tonight.  We'd hate for you to miss out on the extra hour of sleep before coming to church tomorrow!  See you for breakfast at 9am!
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Kentucky Annual Conference The Kentucky Annual Conference is pleased to announce that Bishop Leonard Fairley has been assigned as the new bishop of the Louisville Episcopal Area. The Louisville Episcopal Area is comprised of the Kentucky and Red Bird Annual Conferences.   Bishop Fairley has served the North Carolina Conference since 1984 and his most recent appointment was serving as the District Superintendent of the Capital District. The Capital District is the largest district in the North Carolina Annual Conference.   Bishop Fairley will follow Bishop Davis and will begin hi... more

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