cross in Fellowship Hall was dedicated to the Glory of God at
the 10:45 a.m. Contemporary Service on Easter Sunday, 2005. The
wooden cross, made entirely of American chestnut, was designed
and created by Ronald H. Kerr, and paid for by an anonymous
donor. Site Manager at Camp Nawakwa, Ron is well-known to our
many Trinity campers. He is also well-known as a wood carver,
and has created other beautiful pieces, including the crosses
over the fireplaces at Nawakwa's Deitz, Zinn-Tozer and
Brenneman Lodges. Pastor Nancy Easton said, "Not only will this
graceful and grace-filled cross serve as a focal
point for our worship in Fellowship Hall, but also
it will be visible to those entering our building."
She added, "This cross was a true labor of love for
Ron. He loved working with that wonderful chestnut
wood, and he loves serving his God. We are thankful
for his considerable talent."