As summer approaches, it’s important to stay hydrated, especially if you and your family spend time outdoors. We want you to drink water, but please use RE-USEable bottles! Bottled water is a resource-heavy industry and an energy intensive process. Here are the facts: Americans throw away about 60 MILLION water bottles a day (22 BILLION/year). Less […]
Join us on Earth Day, April 23rd, and celebrate with us a day dedicated to bring awareness about the importance of caring for creation, what we call Earth Care Sunday. We will have several activities and demonstrations to show you how you can be a Co-creator with God and become intentional about Reducing, Reusing and […]
This chilly weather has reminded me about a beautiful, quiet ministry here at Trinity Presbyterian Church that many might not know about or think about on a regular basis. My name is Tamara Jenkins, I am the Deacon overseeing the Prayer Shawl Ministry and I’d like to share with you about what this wonderful group […]
It’s a new year and our Short-term Mission Team is already gearing up to serve those who have been affected by natural disasters through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. To give you an idea of what we have been up to over the last three years, we have put together a few pieces of information that […]
The Youth of Trinity Presbyterian Church are once again participating in the 30 Hour Famine sponsored by World Vision.
We can be very proud of the generosity and love our congregation has for the Heifer organization and their mission to help enterprising families increase their income in order to better feed and educate their children. As a result of our December alternative gift giving fund drive TPC will soon be sending a check to Heifer International […]