Welcome to Holy Trinity Christian Church
ACTS 2 Church
Commitment to Scripture
Commitment to One Another
Commitment to Prayer
Commitment to Praise and Worship
Commitment to Outreach
Welcome to the Holy Trinity Christian Church (HTCC) website. We hope you enjoy your online experience and get a taste of HTCC. No matter where you are in your life you are welcome to attend one of our services.
We believe that our services will be uplifting and encouraging to you as God’s presence is welcomed into our sanctuary through your worship and praise. Our worship is based solely on the Word of God, giving guidance to the people of God!
It is our further belief that we worship Christ in Spirit and in Truth. A comfortable manner which brings honor and glory to God because He is a God of order, and everything must be done in decency and order.
We, the Holy Trinity Christian Church family are here to be of service to the people of God. It is through his Word that God instructs us to help one another, forbearing one another’s burden.
“Forbearing one another, and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any; even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye.”
Rev. Michael D. Adams, Senior Pastor
A Message from a Friend and Sister Church
On August 25, we had a beautiful day together with our sister congregation, Holy Trinity Christian Church at the OneRace celebration. About 45 people from The Vine and Holy Trinity rode together on a bus to Stone Mountain. When we arrived at Stone Mountain, we joined the approximate 12,000 people and over 250 pastors on the lawn and worshipped, repented of our sins, and decried racism and bigotry together. New friendships were established. Communion was served as white pastors served black pastors and vice versa.
In his speech, I have a Dream, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. challenged our nation to: “Let freedom ring from Stone Mountain of Georgia.” This hope and dream of Dr. King was realized at OneRace Stone Mountain. In 1914, Ku Klux Klan members initiated their white supremacist rites by burning a cross on top of Stone Mountain. At the OneRace, thousands gathered not only on the lawn below, but on top of Stone Mountain. After we repented of racism and wall that have divided us, a tall cross draped in white was raised high above us. We worshipped the Lord Jesus and cried out that hate, disunity and bondage between the races would be broken in both spiritual and practical ways.
OneRace was a glorious day for the advancement of the kingdom of God. It is our desire to continue to grow our relationship with Holy Trinity Christian Church and their pastor and wife, Pastor Mike and Bernice Adams. Thank you, Lord, for providing a beautiful day at OneRace that we could glorify You and enjoy You with our brothers and sisters in Christ!
For His glory and our community’s transformation!
All times listed below are EST.
Men's and Women's Sunday School and Youth Classes
Join us as we grow together in Christ at HTCC.
Every fourth Sunday is Youth Sunday.
Noon Bible Study
Lunch is provided.
Evening Bible Study
Congratulations, Pastor Adams, on receiving the "Sermon of the Year Award" from Epitome Magazine at the Epitomes 7th Annual Red Carpet Gala and Award Ceremony!
7:00 PM October 19, 2018
College Student Care Packages
Please bring the following items to church by October 21, 2018 to help support our youth who are in college:
Chips or cookies
Chocolate or other candy
Pencils or pens
Women's Prayer Call (third Sunday of each month)
6:00 PM October 21, 2018
Dial-in number: 641-715-3580
Access Code: 266785
Youth Fall Festival
Time (TBD) October 27, 2018
Forsyth County Ministerial Association Thanksgiving Service
6:00 PM November 11, 2018
Forsyth Central High School
131 Almon C. Hill Drive, Cumming, GA 30040
Harvest of Hope Drive
The A.C.T.S. Women’s Ministry will be partnering with Abba House for the upcoming harvest season.
The Abba House is focused on "helping broken women be made whole by helping them break free from addiction and abuse." Their Christ-centered ministry allows women to first reconcile with God, and then with their families.
The Abba House is currently in need of the following items:
- Paper Towels
- Aluminum Foil
- Toilet Paper
- Turkey Breast (2)
- Monetary Donations
The A.C.T.S. Women's Ministry will be accepting donations until November 11th. Please notate Harvest of Hope on checks and/or offering envelopes.
If your family needs assistance or if you know of a family that can use our help, please complete a Harvest of Hope request form or contact us at 770-777-1793. Submit the form to an A.C.T.S. Women's Ministry committee member before or after Bible Study, or after Sunday service.