Worship at Trinity Presbyterian Church

Reverend Marilyn Gamm leads children’s worship during our church service.

Trinity at the Pride St. Louis Parade

Trinity Presbyterian Church regularly participates in the Pride St. Louis Parade

Winger Food Pantry

The Food Pantry assists our neighbors with food insecurity concerns.

Confirmation Class Field Trip

The Trinity Confirmation Class visited a Hindu temple in the St. Louis area.

Heading to Church

Grandchildren lead their grandfather to Sunday service at Trinity.

All are welcome at Trinity, regardless of human condition.

More About Trinity Presbyterian Church

Celebrating diversity, working for justice, living with joy!

Music at Trinity

Come join us to sing, to play, or to listen. We will help you find the spiritual fulfillment music can bring.

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Each Sunday younger children participate in activities related to a Bible story.  Other options are offered for older children.

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Adult Education

We gather to listen to presentations by a variety of speakers or to discuss books or timely topics.

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We come together to celebrate and give thanks; we find inspiration and comfort for our hearts, minds and spirits.

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Winger Food Pantry

Our mission is to serve individuals and families who experience food insecurity in the St. Louis region.

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What’s Happening at Trinity

Learn more about what’s going on at Trinity Presbyterian. We have a great choir, a great
children’s program, and lots of opportunities to be thoughtful about your faith.

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January 13, 2022Dear Members and Friends of Trinity Presbyterian Church,Out of our love and concern for all of our health and well-being during this raging COVID-19 pandemic Omicron surge in which our current positivity rate is 30% (the previous St. Louis area high was 17%), effective this Sunday, January 16 through February 6, 2022, the Session has voted to suspend in person worship and offer our services online only. We will not offer Sunday children’s worship, and the January confirmation class is canceled. We are hoping and praying the current COVID Omicron surge will peak this month and we will be able to resume in person worship in February. The Session will revisit this decision during our February 2, 2022 meeting, and if we think it is safe to do so, we MIGHT be able to resume in person worship February 6, but we might also decide we need to extend this suspension.Thank you for your understanding and for continuing to hold one another in love and prayer during these challenging times.May the Peace of Jesus Christ Be With You All,Pastor Marilyn and the Session ... See MoreSee Less
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