This congregation welcomes you no matter who you are or where you come from. We are Christ's people and this is Christ's place with its doors wide open.
If you are passing through, Godspeed. If you are looking for a worship home, stay with us. We invite visitors to join us, but most of all to return often.
MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICE, APRIL 2, 7:00 P.M.
All are invited to Trinity’s Maundy Thursday service, which commemorates the Last Supper. This year’s service, taking place on April 2 at 7:00p.m., will feature jazz music from Robin Tolleson and friends and an “off-the-record” dinner table conversation between Jesus and the disciples. Please join us for this service of worship and Communion. (If you’d like to participate in the service in the role of one of the disciples–youth and adults, women as well as men, are welcomed!–please see or speak with Dwight Christenbury.)
A LENTEN EXPERIENCE FOR MIND AND HEART
Adult Lecture and Response Class
The theme of the Adult Lecture and Response class for Lent is EMBRACING THE EVENTS AND WORDS OF JESUS AS HE WENT TO AND SPOKE FROM THE CROSS. We’ll begin by looking at why we observe Lent and how prayer and meditation fosters spiritual and physical well-being. Then we’ll study and ponder the events on Jesus’ way to the cross and follow the same procedure for each “word” he spoke from the cross.
ONE GREAT HOUR OF SHARING
EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 5
“God lifts up the downtrodden” (Psalm 147:6)
SO CAN YOU!
By supporting One Great Hour of Sharing, you’re sustaining programs that provide disaster relief, food, clean water, training, and resources to people all over the world. When you give, you’re changing lives.
Gifts in Action – Some of last year’s outcomes:
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance: 40 countries and 24 states received help for natural and human-caused disasters.
Presbyterian Hunger Program: 154,731 people who were living in extreme poverty now have increased food security and livelihoods through international development work.
Self-Development of People: 4,619 children/parents received improved educational opportunities.
So then, “ whenever we have an opportunity, let us work for the good of all.” (Galatians 6:10)
BRING A CAN WHEN YOU CAN
Non-perishable food items are always welcome, as well as personal care items such as shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, disposable razors and women’s hygiene products. Local Missions Ministry will deliver the food and hygiene items. Monetary donations are always appreciated. Clothing, linens, etc., may be taken directly to I.A.M. (The Clothing Closet needs warm clothing including sweat shirts, sweat pants, socks, and shoes and boots in all sizes, including children’s sizes. At this time we are very short on blankets and there is a great need for them.
EASTER EGG HUNT!
All children are invited to Trinity’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. Here are the details:
When: Easter Sunday, April 5 right after worship, until about 2:00 p.m.
Where: Trinity Presbyterian Church
Bring: An Easter basket
Also: Light refreshments will be provided, and there will be games and other fun!