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“Seeking God’s New Thing: From Where Have We Come?” “I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?” Isaiah 43:19c     If you were unable to join with us for the August Sunday Symposium it’s not too late to participate in this first leg of Trinity’s…

Save the Dates: Trinity’s Next Adult Education Series

Is Christ just the second part of Jesus’ name? Bringing together thinking about Jesus the historical person with Christ as savior, “The Universal Christ” by Richard Rohr will be the basis for the next adult education study, led by Trinity members Diane O’Brien and Jim Person. The six-week series will begin Sunday, September 20, from…

Adult Education: Unpaid Labor Project

Trinity’s next Zoom-based adult education program will focus on the role of American history providing a key to a new national mindset and racial reconciliation. The presentation will be led by organizers a St. Louis-area not-for-profit, Unpaid Labor Project. The session will consider that today’s racial problems arise from a mindset that was used to justify…

August Sunday Symposium

“Seeking God’s New Thing: From Where Have We Come?” Trinity Presbyterian Church’s August Sunday Symposium Sunday, August 30 11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m. “I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?”   Isaiah 43:19c In this first, now series of virtual “events,” of our transitional adventure in preparation…

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…

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