Presbyterian Men’s Mission Network

Posted September 10, 2015

The Presbyterian Men’s Mission Network held its second semi-annual meeting of 2015 on Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Bedford (PA) Presbyterian Church. Informational documents for the meeting can be found by clicking the following: Presbyterian Men’s Mission Network fact sheet Agenda for Oct. 17 meeting Directions to Bedford Presbyterian Church By-Laws For more information, contact…

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Synod Transitional Executive Susan Faye Wonderland renewed following Big Tent

Posted August 6, 2015

The following is a first-person account from Synod of the Trinity Transitional Executive Susan Faye Wonderland following the Big Tent conference in Knoxville, Tenn., which took place from July 30 to Aug. 1. I learned this past week that “orange” is NOT just for Syracuse University. I also learned that our PCUSA Stated Clerk, Gradye…

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Miss the June 2015 Synod Assembly Meeting?

Posted June 26, 2015

The Rhythm of the Synod from the June 22-23 Synod of the Trinity Assembly Meeting in State College, PA, is now available by clicking here. The agenda and related paperwork can be found here.

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Housing available in Presbytery of Donegal

Posted September 18, 2015

The N. Milton Woods Home for Presbyterian Ministers has two apartments available for immediate occupancy in Paradise Township, Lancaster County, PA. The basic qualification is that the tenant be a retired Presbyterian (USA) minister. The apartments are provided rent free, but tenants will be asked to contribute toward the heat and utilities.

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Per capita

Synod adopts per capita change

Posted December 16, 2014

Per capita giving is one source of funding that enables the Synod of the Trinity to walk alongside presbyteries so that they might serve Christ in their congregations and throughout the world. Per capita monies and other funding streams enable the Synod to provide things such as New Initiative Grants, Peacemaking Grants, scholarship funds and…

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Synod, Brotherhood Insurance giving back

Posted October 29, 2014

Insurance can be a tricky thing. Sure, when there’s an accident, insurance companies are there to help you out in your time of need. But what if you’re careful and manage to stay out of harm’s way? It can seem like those regular premium payments are being made but nothing is received in return. Thanks…

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Home Runs for Hunger another hit

Posted September 25, 2015

Andrew McCutcheon contributed 10 times. So did Neil Walker. Gabby Sanchez helped out once. And even Travis Ishikawa, who doesn’t play with the Pittsburgh Pirates anymore, had a swing worth $100 in 2014. The Pittsburgh Pirates recently wrapped up another successful season that included a second straight trip to the postseason. Along the way, the…

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Want to give something back? Give now!

Posted September 14, 2015

The Synod of the Trinity, through Presbyterian Mission Exchange, has made it easy to donate funds to some of our worthy causes, like the Peacemaking Grants we give out to presbyteries and churches within our bounds. To support the Synod’s Peacemaking efforts, or our Ministry and Mission Fund, click on the ‘Give Now’ button and…

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Bruce Stevens named Synod of the Trinity’s Executive Emeritus

Posted July 28, 2015

Former Synod of the Trinity Executive the Rev. Dr. Bruce Stevens was honored with Executive Emeritus status for “his long and faithful years of service to the Synod” during the Presbytery of West Virginia meeting on Feb. 28. Pictured with Bruce are, from left, Synod Transitional Executive Susan Faye Wonderland, 2014 Synod Moderator Jim Robinson…

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Bruce Stevens retires as Synod Executive

Bruce Stevens retires as Synod Executive

Posted July 28, 2015

The Rev. Dr. Bruce Stevens, the Executive of the Synod of the Trinity for the past nine years, retired from his position on July 31. The 64-year-old plans to spend time with his wife, Carolyn, on his farm in West Virginia where he will hunt, fish and enjoy time with his grandchildren. Bruce, who also…

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