Trinity is moving forward in some important and exciting ways; members attended a Town Hall meeting during the all-adult church school hour on the last Sunday in February to hear how. The successes of the recently completed 2017 commitment campaign, the strides made implementing the Shalom Task Force Recommendations, and the new initiatives beginning as part of Trinity’s Vision 2020 Strategic Plan. In order to continue updating the people who are Trinity Church, the informational slides from that Town Hall are being made available here. As these projects are updated and continue to unfold we will provide those updates in the timeliest way possible.
Tickets are on sale now on our website to see New York Times bestselling author and blogger Rachel Held Evans. She'll be speaking on Christian Identity at Trinity on Friday, November 4, at 7:30PM.
It is with great joy and excitement that we nominate the Reverend Doctor Richard A. Floyd as our Senior Associate Pastor for Engagement beginning September 1, 2016.
It is with immense joy and celebration that we recommend the Reverend Jeremy M. Jinkins to the congregation of Trinity Presbyterian Church as our Executive Pastor beginning August 1, 2016.
Last May, the Trinity congregation called an Associate Pastor Nominating Committee, led by Chair David Gracey, to conduct a nationwide search for a new Director of Youth and Family Ministries. They have worked diligently over the past four months, reviewed over 50 resumes and conducted multiple sets of interviews with more than a dozen suitable candidates. It is with great joy that we announce Andrew Esqueda as Trinity's new Director of Youth and Family Ministries.
"Collected Wisdom" read at Allison Williams' Memorial Service on December 17, 2014
Click here for the "Collected Wisdom," scripture, and pastoral prayer from Allison's service. Check this blog space in the New Year for some of Allison's archived sermons.
How do we understand and what can we learn from the difficult passage in which God commands Abraham to sacrifice his beloved son Isaac? It is about biblical interpretation, testing and trusting.
PCUSA missionary Rev. Shelvis Smith-Mather serves in South Sudan with his wife, Rev. Nancy Smith-Mather.
What do Jesus last words to his disciples and Paul's last words in his second letter to the Corinthians have to tell us about our mission as people of faith?