Trinity Church

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Trinity Church - United States
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Skene Parish Church - Trinity Church
... Trinity Church at Westhill is an ecumenical project involving the Church of Scotland, the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Roman Catholic Church thus the dedication to the Trinity ... This 1981 building was extended in 2003 and is a hall church with moveable chairs, allowing flexibility of use ... A later extension to the building added a second hall church to the complex, making it possible for two denominations to have services within the shared ...
Trinity Church (Elkridge, Maryland) - Gallery
... Trinity Church Elkridge Hall, September 2009 Trinity Church Elkridge Historic Marker, September 2009 Trinity Church Elkridge Historic Marker, September 2009 ...
List Of Churches That Are National Historic Landmarks In The United States - NHLs That Are Episcopal Churches
... Church of the Nativity, Huntsville, Alabama St ... Andrew's Church, Prairieville, Alabama St ... Matthew's Episcopal Church, National City, California Trinity Church, Boston, Massachusetts St ...
Church Of The Holy Cross (Middletown, Rhode Island) - History
... Holy Cross Church was designed by Mr ... Richard Upjohn, an Englishman, who also designed Trinity Church in New York and St ... Stephen's and Grace Church in Providence, Rhode Island ...

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    [Christianity] endeavors equally to establish these two things: that God has set up in the Church visible signs to make himself known to those who should seek him sincerely, and that he has nevertheless so disguised them that he will only be perceived by those who seek him with all their heart.
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    Nature is so perfect that the Trinity couldn’t have fashioned her any more perfect. She is an organ on which our Lord plays and the devil works the bellows.
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