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Trinity Volunteers Help Afghans Settle In in Greater St. Louis

As part of Trinity’s initiative to help Afghan refugees settle into their new homes in the St Louis area, three volunteers, John Merker, Jim Person, Diane O’Brien and Nigel Holloway, helped several individual families collect food and other items from the International Institute on Arsenal St on April 23. This entailed picking up a senior…

Paper Crane Project

During the month of May, we are making paper cranes for an art installation for Pentecost, Sunday, June 5.  Come learn how to make cranes!  Sunday mornings in May, during coffee hour in the Chapel (11:15-11:45) Or use this link for a tutorial: https://youtu.be/GC_Szxdqh2Y Not able to make it to church but want to participate?…

Helping Afghan Refugees

In case you missed the Mission for Ministry, we’d like to tell you that Trinity is working in various ways to help Afghans to settle here in the St Louis area. If you would like to help here are the ways: To work with Hannah Peters to have our kids collect quarter coins so new…

Sholin-Weems Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Scholin-Weems Scholarship application is open. Deadline for applications is midnight on Sunday, May 1st. We will notify scholarship recipients near the end of May and recognize them in worship on June 5th. Click here for more information and to fill out the application.  Please contact Katie at communications@trinityucity.org if you have any questions or need assistance with…

Matthew 25 April Adult Ed

This April, we invite members and friends of Trinity Presbyterian Church to join us for a special two-part Adult Education series focused on the Matthew 25 initiative of the PC(USA).  On Sunday, April 3, at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom, we’ll host a Bible study focused on a careful reading of the 25th chapter of Matthew, where Jesus…

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