Trinity Presbyterian church invites you to join us in saying THANK YOU to our educators for a year well done this Saturday, May 20, from 6 – 8 p.m. There will be a live bluegrass band, refreshments, and party favorites. Everyone is welcome!
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Sometimes On A Sunday Afternoon Sometimes on a Sunday afternoon I fall asleep on the living room floor. Just about every Sunday after church I go out to dinner, Like Mom and Dad used to take us all, And cherish the condensation On the iced tea glass, And speak gently to the server, … Read more
Love Is Not Pretty Love is not pretty, It is not lace on pink with a red background. Love is the sleepy mom, Cooking breakfast for a screaming kid And love is the scared dad rushing to the hospital After the police have called And love is the scared teen Asking a girl for a… Read more
Missing Domino Oh Lord it is not funny, The way you sometimes teach us lessons We think we already know- Yet I am humbled. Something precious to me is lost, And I recall that nothing Nothing at all Belongs to us, It is only given for a while. Yet I recall there is… Read more
A Prayer for Our Times Lord today we pray For those who hunger and thirst for righteousness And for those who don’t. Today we pray for those who practice mercy And for those who don’t. Today we pray for the meek, And for the arrogant. Today we pray for the pure in heart, For those… Read more
Now is that Time There is, Among certain northern tribes, A month called “the sap-boiling moon,” When summer is past And winter threatens, Yet fleeting opportunity abides To make diligent haste And boil the sap, A task that requires some knowledge And some preparation But more diligence And sure steadfastness- Yet, with some cooperation… Read more
On February 5, 2017 Trinity will have the pleasure of welcoming their new Pastor, the Reverend George Pasley. Come and join us for worship and meet our new Pastor.
BORN INTO AND WITH AND FOR THE WORLD As we approach the end of Advent and the beginning of Christmas, here is the final section of the Belhar Confession that points us in the direction of the Newborn King and his ministry in the world: We believe that God has revealed himself as the one… Read more
More Ponderings from Belhar Another section of the Belhar Confession from the South African Church also addresses present conditions, standoffs, and stalemates that are occurring in our world: We believe that God has entrusted the church with the message of reconciliation in and through Jesus Christ; that the church is called to be the… Read more
Civility and Christian Faith In a recent article in “Ministry Matters,” Doug Paysour offers this help and challenge in our period of reflection following the recent political campaign we have witnessed: Civility is a way of relating to one another that enhances civic discourse, which allows us to seek solutions to problems together and… Read more