Trinity’s Fall Series

Stories that Move Us: To Do Justice, To Love Kindness, To Walk Humbly with God

Trinity will enjoy its own season of renewal this Fall as we welcome the following guest pastors and preachers during Rev. Bonnie’s Sabbatical. On the last Sunday of each month, Trinity members will be invited to tell your own stories of love, justice, and humility.

Our Admin Council is monitoring the ever-changing Covid landscape. In the event that Indoor Sanctuary Services cannot be held, we will hold live 10am Sunday Worship on Zoom EVERY Sunday. Our guest preachers look forward to interacting with you LIVE, whether in-person or on Zoom.

September: To Do Justice with Rev. George Hackey

Rev. George Hackey is a retired UMC minister who worships at our sister Methodist Church here in Germantown, Asbury UMC. He is a lifetime resident of Montgomery County. He served as a police officer here for 29 years before following the call of God to become a pastor. Be sure to ask him to tell you stories about being the first African American inducted into Montgomery College’s Athletic Hall of Fame and about the backpack ministry he began, the City of Jerusalem Project, and the ways he is helping Asbury UMC serve the Germantown Community.

October: To Love Kindness with Rev. Joye Jones

Rev. Joye Jones is a retired ministry who has served churches in Washington, DC, Baltimore, and Silver Spring. She has been a Methodist all her life and is the daughter of missionaries to Burma, and granddaughter of a UMC pastor. She now lives in Gaithersburg with her dog, Dixie. She loves to read, sail and travel when given the opportunity. Make sure to ask her to tell you stories about all the places she’s traveled and especially about her plans for her hopeful next trip to Antarctica.

November: To Walk Humbly with God with Phillip Harris

Phillip Harris joined Trinity in early 2021, coming to us from the Midwest where he served as a licensed local Pastor. He is now a doctoral student at Wesley Theological Seminary and the father of baby boy. He has served Trinity as Pastor Bonnie’s co-teacher throughout the Acts series and during The Cross and the Lynching Tree Study. Make sure to ask him to share stories about living in Texas, and about his interest in justice and diverse ministry experiences around the country.


You should receive a workbook to accompany you throughout this series. You can also access the workbook digitally by following this link.