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Trinity Baptist Church receives a makeover

Trinity Baptist Church has taken on a new look thanks to a dedicated member and her late husband.
Gladys Livingston explained that she wanted to leave something behind that would show her and her husband Leroy’s love for Trinity. She also wanted it to be something the congregation could enjoy and that would help them remember her and Leroy.
She decided to have the church parking lot paved.
Church members feel honored by this wonderful gift. They noted that Gladys and Leroy played a vital role in getting Trinity Baptist Church established. They gave up their church home at First Baptist Church on Randolph Avenue in order to dedicate their lives as missionaries to come and help build this church.
“It took a lot of hard work and dedication, and leadership, to fulfill this dream. Their love for people, and most of all God, helped see this through,” Sandra Hull said of the Livingstons.
“Thanks to their wonderful dedication and the faithful members now at Trinity Baptist we are alive and doing very well. Thanks to Gladys for her wonderful gift, but most of all, for her ‘precious memories’ that will never be taken away.”

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Trinity Baptist Church receives a makeover

Trinity Baptist Church has taken on a new look thanks to a dedicated member and her late husband.
Gladys Livingston explained that she wanted to leave something behind that would show her and her husband Leroy’s love for Trinity. She also wanted it to be something the congregation could enjoy and that would help them remember her and Leroy.
She decided to have the church parking lot paved.
Church members feel honored by this wonderful gift. They noted that Gladys and Leroy played a vital role in getting Trinity Baptist Church established. They gave up their church home at First Baptist Church on Randolph Avenue in order to dedicate their lives as missionaries to come and help build this church.
“It took a lot of hard work and dedication, and leadership, to fulfill this dream. Their love for people, and most of all God, helped see this through,” Sandra Hull said of the Livingstons.
“Thanks to their wonderful dedication and the faithful members now at Trinity Baptist we are alive and doing very well. Thanks to Gladys for her wonderful gift, but most of all, for her ‘precious memories’ that will never be taken away.”

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