Posted September 23, 2020 in Featured News

The Synod of the Trinity is seeking first-person reflections from members of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations for a series titled “Through My Eyes.” During this time when the pandemics of both the coronavirus and our culture of racism cannot be ignored, this series allows for those in the Synod’s bounds to share openly what they are experiencing on a regular basis. This is not meant to be a political forum, but instead a chance for people to express their personal feelings about what they are seeing and feeling during this unique time.

If you have something to share, email Synod Communications Coordinator Mike Givler ( and your reflection will be considered for use in this series. What follows are links to reflections that have been submitted thus far.

“I am not OK” by Lisa Paulette

The 224th General Assembly by George Lilley

Election Day Experience by Pam McShane

Fatigued and Out of Place by Adam Demetros