God is a master at making the impossible happen. God chooses to use (all of us) to fulfill the promises made to the people of God.
“Our mission is to carry the message of God’s love to those who are affected by substance use disorder.”
“We’re a humble, small church. We may have 24 people in attendance on a Sunday morning but they’ve hung in there for 200 years, which I think is phenomenal. We’re still percolating. The good Lord’s not done with us yet.”
“It’s amazing to see what God does when he brings people together. And it doesn’t matter who is receiving the credit; it’s just the Lord that gets the credit.”
As this piece of our renewed Synod work evolves, we are planning for the presbyteries to have a bigger role in developing the conversations they would like to have together. Stay tuned!
“This is an example of presbyteries coming together to make sure an essential need for leadership in small congregations is not only being addressed, but in a way that fits their needs and culture.”
The Synod of the Trinity is grateful for his service to the Synod and our region.
“The most important part of Backyard Missions is what happens when teams return home. The entire experience is aimed at equipping teams with the skills, experiences and questions that will propel them forward as missionaries in their own contexts.”
“My treat this whole trip was to watch the impact on other people.”
Have you picked up your birthday present yet? What? Huh? Did I miss something? Seriously, PRESBYTERIES: have you picked up your 300th birthday present yet? In this 300th year of the Synod of the Trinity, founded as the Synod of Philadelphia, we want to say thank you to our colleagues across the region for many…