Making a Difference in Our Father’s House

The History of Trinity Missionary Baptist Church

by Bernice Eaton & Rev. Dr. Gregory E. Moore


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/15/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 7.5x9.25
Page Count : 234
ISBN : 9781480896048

About the Book

In the early 1900s, thirty-five individuals left their current church to venture on a journey of starting a new church. This journey would change not only the community, but the lives of many. In Making a Difference in Our Father’s House, authors Bernice H. Eaton and Reverend Dr. Gregory E. Moore chronicle the history of the creation of Trinity Baptist Church in Fort Valley, Georgia.

Eaton and Moore pieced the history together from written and oral resources including financial records, the first warranty deed, programs, conference minutes, minute books, newspaper articles, correspondence, written and oral histories, books, manuscripts, and census records. It presents a look at everything from the church founders to its pastors and leadership, and its programs and outreach.

Making a Difference in Our Father’s House shows that throughout its history, the members demonstrated their faith, their hope, and their courage as they went about doing God’s will. They worked to make a better community for the people of Fort Valley and Peach County becoming known as the People’s Church.


About the Author

Bernice H. Eaton, archivist at Trinity Baptist Church, earned a master’s degree in library and information science from Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia. She retired from Fort Valley State University.

She is married to the late Dr. David Eaton. They are the parents of David Millard, II, Deidre Elaine and Darryl Hayes Eaton. She is the author of a self-published family genealogy, “If I Had the Wings of An Angel!” She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She served as Archives/Heritage/ Historian Chairperson, Fort Valley Alumnae Chapter and wrote “A Historical Perspective of the First Twenty Years”. She was appointed Archivist of Trinity Baptist Church by the late Rev. Julius Simmons.

Reverend Dr. Gregory E. Moore, pastor, earned a Master of Divinity from Columbia Biblical Seminary and a doctorate from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.

He is the author of two books, “Ready to Teach Bible studies: 52 Bible Studies for the Entire Year” and “What God Expects of Every Christian.” He is married to Dr. Helen-Louise Moore. They have three children, William Gregory, Mary Grace, and Cristiana.