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Save the Date: Next Adult Education September 13

Stay tuned for more information about our next Zoom-based adult education program, scheduled for Sunday, September 13 at 7 p.m. It will be based on the work of a St. Louis-area not-for-profit The Unpaid Labor Project that takes a unique, non-confrontational, unifying and proactive approach to building a new national mindset focused on racial reconciliation.

Food Pantry to Receive $1,200 Grant

Food Pantry to Receive $1,200 Grant

Last week we received the excellent news that Trinity’s Winger Food Pantry will be receiving a $1,200 grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health and the University of Missouri Interdisciplinary Center for Food Security. The grant is the result of Cathy Smith participating in a multi-week online series of grant-writing workshops and successful completion of…


Paying attention to social distancing, at some point after we re-open the church, Trinity congregants are always welcome to stay after worship for coffee and pastries, which are donated from St. Louis Bread Company. Trinity has several groups that meet regularly to enjoy time together. Such groups are the Men’s Lunch Bunch, Kitchen Cabinet, Women’s…

Communications Survey

Staying in touch with members is always important, but never more so than now when we cannot meet in person. To find out more about people’s communication preferences, Trinity, led by Nigel Holloway, fielded a survey of members last month. Among the findings: Trinit-E-News, the weekly newsletter emailed to the congregation, is by far the…

More Light Presbyterians

The Trinity session, and our Mission and Ministry Committee, would like to announce that Trinity has joined the More Light Presbyterians group as a member church. The mission statement of More Light Presbyterians is “Following the risen Christ, and seeking to make the Church a true community of hospitality, the mission of More Light Presbyterians…

Trinity Adult Education Series

June 21, 2020 to July 26, 2020 Music, like literature, is more than just the notes–it also is the ends to which it is used. This is one of the critical points in the book The Rest Is Noise by Alex Ross, according to Trinity Director of Music Christian Hendricks, and the kind of thing the six-session…

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