“but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to
make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope
that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,” I Peter 3:15 (ESV)



From our founding, we have been a church that proclaims the good news of Jesus. We are in the process of cataloging our library of hundreds of sermon podcasts into a searchable database. Check back often to find particular passages or topics to encourage you in your walk with Jesus.


Hear from our clergy and staff on topics important to them, our church and the broader Christian community. We hope you’ll find new insights and perspectives on God’s truth and our world for your encouragement and edification.

Friendship in Motherhood

Motherhood is full of contradictions. Being thrilled to see my children grow while also wishing they’d stay little forever. The more passion I put into getting my toddler to eat green beans, the more beans will end up on the floor. If my children go to bed late, they will not wake up later the…

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Conversations with God

In Psalm 115, the Psalmist contrasts the idols of the other nations with God. “They have mouths,” he writes, “but do not speak; eyes, but do not see. They have ears, but do not hear; noses, but do not smell. They have hands, but do not feel; feet, but do not walk; they make no…

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A Call to Prayer from Archbishop Foley Beach Regarding the Situations in Afghanistan, Haiti and the Ongoing COVID Pandemic

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,   Like many of you, I have been soberly watching the situation unfolding in Afghanistan.  I know it has surfaced many emotions for people across the world, especially those who have personal connections with Afghanistan and the Afghan people.  Whether justified or unjustified, war is always a tragic consequence…

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The Gospel and Human Need (Part 2)

In my previous post, I wrote about the Christian imperative to respond to human need, specifically in relation to the situation on the U.S. southern border. This calling transcends and goes before the political concerns regarding policy and national immigration philosophy. As Christians, our calling to care for the poor and vulnerable cuts through the…

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COVID Protocol Update for Sunday Worship

August 13, 2021   Dear Holy Trinity Family,   Over the last few weeks, we have seen a significant spike in COVID cases in Wake County due to the spread of the Delta variant.  In response to this trend, Raleigh’s mayor, Mary Ann Baldwin, has decided to impose a mask mandate on all indoor activities…

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The Gospel and Human Need (Part 1)

In my short time here on the U.S.-Mexico border, I have observed many of the problems which afflict the rest of our country, such as widespread homelessness and poverty, as well as unique problems such as the arrival of refugees and immigrants from all around the world hoping for a better life within our borders.…

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Lean In and Step Up

Join us as we lean on the Lord more than ever and step up into the life he has called us to as servants, as friends, as leaders in our community and as ambassadors for the gospel.

Healing Prayer Testimonies

Be encouraged by testimonies of answered prayer for healing. These stories give glory to God’s healing power and grace.