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I do not at all understand the mystery of grace--only that it meets us where we are but does not leave us where it found us.  Anne Lamott

  


Trinity's Mission Statement

Gather all as God's people

Grow in faith and love

Go into the world to serve

  as Christ's disciples

 

 

 

Trinity Presbyterian Church was certified as an Earth Care Congregation by Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s Environmental Ministries in April 2012.  This honor speaks to the great commitment that Trinity Presbyterian Church has to caring for God’s earth.

 

 

 

 

 Welcome to Trinity Presbyterian Church


Trinity Presbyterian Church is a welcoming congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) where you will find diverse people of all ages learning about and following Christ as we tackle life’s challenges, discover and use our God-given talents, have fun, and mature spiritually.

 

We frequently sing a song that contains the lyrics “all are welcome in this place,” and this phrase truly reflects Trinity’s diversity and caring spirit.  With Trinity’s wide range of activities and programs for all ages, there is something for everyone.  We are young and older, single and married, long-time residents, and folks new to the area.  We are seekers looking for answers in a place where we can grow. 

 

At the same time we celebrate our diversity, we also celebrate the cohesiveness of Trinity.  You’ll find a spirit of cooperation and commitment to the glory of God guiding the work of Trinity’s members and staff.

 

 Sunday Schedule 

9:30 a.m.         Worship Service
(Combining traditional and contemporary styles)

 

Click here for this Sunday's worship bulletin (7 am sunrise service)

Click here for this Sunday's workship bulletin (9:30 am service)

Click here for this week's calendar and notes.

 

 

9:45 a.m.       Children’s Church
                     (Age 4—Grade 4; Age 4 - Grade 1 during summer)


10:30 a.m.     Coffee/Fellowship

10:30 a.m.     Cherub Choir Practice
                     (Age 4—Grade 1)


                     Children’s Choir Practice
                     (Grade 2—Grade 5)


11:00 a.m.       Christian Education For All Ages (September through May)

 

                Men's Breakfast, Saturday, April 12, 8:30 am

A delicious breakfast followed by a presentation by Daniel Pritchett of Delaware Humanities Forum on "With Malice Towards None:  Abraham Lincoln in Words and Pictures."  Learn more about how Lincoln used his eloquent speaking manner to transform our country forever.  Men of all ages are welcome.

 

                                   Holy Week Services

                           

Holy Thursday, April 17, 7:30 pm:  Worship Service; Communion served.

Good Friday, April 18, noon:  Combined Worship Service with Concord Presbyterian led by youth.  Nursery care provided.

Easter Sunday, April 20, 7:00 am:  Outdoor Sunrise Service with Concord Presbyterian; nursery open but not staffed.

Easter Sunday, April 20, 9:30 am:  Worship Service.  Nursery care provided.

 

                                             Easter Egg Hunt

                                     Saturday, April 19, 2014, 9:30 am

Toddlers through Grade 4 are invited to bring a basket and join in the annual Easter Egg Hunt.  In case of rain, there will be an indoor hunt.  Juice and donuts at 9:15 in the Fellowship Hall.

                                         

                                                    Golf Outing and Dinner

                                                  Friday, May 9, 2014

Join us for the Inaugural Golf Outing and Dinner benefitting the youth's mission trip with the Appalachia Service Project.  Come for a day of golf beginning at noon or just for dinner at 4 pm.  Click here for a flyer with more information on the event and sponsorships.

 

                                      Parenting Christian Kids

Click here for the April 2014 newsletter on Parenting Christian kids.  Back issues are archived under the Resources tab.

 

Trinity's Pastor Honored as Firefigher of the Year

Trinity's own Chaplain Deputy Chief Rev. Brad Martin, a 29-year veteran of the Wilmington Fire Department was recently recognized as the Firefighter of the Year for 2013 by the Kiwanis Club of Wilmington.  Brad was honored for his spiritual leadership and the diverse roles he carries out with the Fire Department.  Brad routinely responds to working fires and fullfills his duties without any financial help from the fire department.  Brad also was honored as a recipient of the department's Unit and Francis J. Bredin Awards. 

Brad is pictured below at a 2013 fire at 4th and Orange and at the awards dinner with Chief Anthony Goode.

 

 

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