Response to Pastor Hypocrite?
Dear Madame, as the Pastor of National Divine Spiritual Church, I would like to again apologize to you for our encounter on that hot summer day. As you stated I was cutting the grass and tending to beautify the landscape; we do strive to take care and respect our environment and community. I am a product of our community, and all of our historic churches are established by the people of the community. It is our sincere desire to strive to serve the community with excellence, and demonstrate most importantly the "golden rule". So it is my prayer that you and your dog will accept my humble apology for any offence taken on that day as you were passing thru. Peace
Best in Town
I agree with the other review, Very warm and friendly folks. Services are great and the food is not bad either!
WONDERFUL SERVICE !!!!!
The service here @ Ebenezer is so great. I thank God for leading me this way. I couldn't have a more wonderful pastor than Rev. Raphel G. Warnock.
This ain't your mama's UMC
Trinity UMC is not for wussies. If you want 'hands in the air' and 'Powerpoint presentations' look elsewhere. If you want a real church, that takes 'Open Hearts Open Doors' seriously, then come and visit. They accept GLBT folks without a blink of the eye, and don't be surprised if you worship next to one of Atlanta's homeless, as they are accepted as part of the Trinity community. It's a liberal and progressive church, with a strong core membership. Come worship with us, if you are tired of 'playing' Church elsewhere.
This tucked-away gem in Dunwoody has been a wonderful find for my family. Our 3-year old had never been to school and was VERY attached to us, but the teachers were SO patient and loving throughout his adjustment. He is constantly learning and has almost mastered recognition, sounding and familiarity with all of his alphabets. We are parents with high expectations and NPA (north peachtree academy) has exceeded them all!