Trinity Presbyterian Church welcomes you without regard to race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental ability, education, economic circumstance, your place of origin or any other issue that divides God's Family. We are Christ's people and this is Christ's place with its doors wide open.
If you are passing through: Godspeed. If you are looking for a worship home, stay with us. We invite visitors to join us, but most of all to return often.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE, JANUARY 25
Dinner will be served at 5:30 with an interesting program to follow at 6:30. If you’re able to join us for the dinner, please sign up on the bulletin board in the narthex.
The Annual Meeting of the Trinity Congregation will be held in the Fellowship Hall during the Learning Hour, 9:45-10:45 a.m., on Sunday, January 29. Please plan to take part in this important work of the church. (Please note that, because of the Annual Meeting, the Fifth-Sunday Hymn Sing will not be held.)
CONFIRMATION CLASS BEGINS THIS MONTH
Families with youth and tweens who haven’t yet participated in a Confirmation Class are reminded that a new class begins on Sunday, January 22, during the Learning Hour, in Room 101 (downstairs). Confirmation Pre-Classes 1 and 2 take place today and next Sunday. For more information, see or call Dwight Christenbury.
The flower calendar for 2017 is now in place. Please go by and sign up for that special Sunday.
BRING A CAN WHEN YOU CAN
The January Food Focus for IAM is canned pasta, canned chili, coffee, tea and juice. Other non-perishable food items are always welcome, as well as personal care items such as toilet paper, shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, disposable razors and women’s hygiene products. Local Missions Ministry will deliver the food and hygiene items. Other needs are mens’ and boys’ sweat pants and sweat shirts, mens’ and childrens’ winter coats and jackets; queen and king blankets. Monetary donations are always appreciated. Disposable diapers in all sizes are needed. Clothing, linens, etc., may be taken directly to I.A.M.
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