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Called Congregation Meeting on December 12

Called Congregation Meeting – In Person Only Sunday, December 12, 2021 11:00 a.m. The Session of Trinity Presbyterian Church has called a Congregation meeting following worship Sunday, December 12, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. for the following purposes: 1. Receiving a report from the Pastor Nominating Committee of its recommendation of a pastor candidate to be…

SHED Adult Education

As part of our Matthew 25 initiative, Trinity’s adult education session on Sunday 26th at 7pm will be devoted to a presentation by the UCity based non-profit, Safe Homes for the Elderly and the Disabled (SHED). The speakers will be Adam Brown, Executive Director of SHED, and Mimi Taylor-Hendrix, SHED board member. They will be…

Adult Education: Vaccinations, Variants and Booster Shots with Rachel Presti

In case you missed Dr. Rachel Presti’s August Adult Education Class, Vaccinations, Variants and Booster Shots on August 22, you can view a video of it here. Trinity is blessed to have several physicians among our congregation, including Dr. Rachel Presti, who made a presentation to us in February about the research behind the Covid vaccine…

HOLY WEEK WORSHIP SERVICES 2021

Although our Holy Week services this year will still be online only, our Staff and the Creative Worship Committee are planning special Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Easter observances to live stream via Trinity’s Facebook page or watch at your convenience on either our Facebook or YouTube pages. Our Palm Sunday worship will be at…

“HOLY VESSELS: A LENTEN SEASON OF RECOVERY” WORSHIP SERIES

The Worship Committee has chosen as our Lenten series theme beginning on Ash Wednesday and continuing through Good Friday:  “Holy Vessels:  A Lenten Season of Recovery.” According to the worship series resources: Each of us is created a precious and holy vessel of embodied love.  We have been through a challenging year since last Lent…

ODE TO…: EXAMINING BEETHOVEN’S GREAT TESTAMENT OF STRUGGLE

An advent discussion lead by Christian Hendricks Sunday December 13, 2020 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm    One of the most popular works of Western concert music, Beethoven’s ninth and last completed symphony has meant many things to different people. This work is fitting to examine, as we hear and explore music’s impact during difficult…

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