“The healing power of prayer deepened my faith. … A lot of the support came from my faith community. People are constantly reaching out, so that has an effect.”
“Whatever’s next, I’m not really worried about it because I’m sure God has plenty for me to keep doing.”
“A plan can prevent an emergency from becoming a disaster.”
“We have come to believe that the effectiveness of our ministries could be enhanced by working in partnership with groups and individuals in the community.”
The Synod of the Trinity awarded six $1,000 Peacemaking Grants to congregations that were applying for funds from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
“The Holy Spirit’s presence was perceived daily as we loved and served those living in the poorest area that we have ever traveled.”
“I think in terms of internal stability, transitions in a lot of our pastorates … I feel like we’re in a good place.”
A group that represented seven churches from western Pennsylvania traveled to Corpus Christi, TX, this summer to participate in disaster assistance following the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, which destroyed large areas of Texas one year earlier. A Synod of the Trinity Mission Travel Grant (more information here) of $2,000 helped cover the costs for…
The Presbyterian Women of the Synod of the Trinity presented Lily’s Place in Huntington, WV, a $15,000 donation toward the center’s mission of treating infants born with neonatal abstinence syndrome.
“Part of our call is to keep listening to victims and figuring this out.”