The Scouts

The Boy Scouts of America boy scouts and cub scouts

For nearly a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America believes — and, through nearly a century of experience, knows — that helping youth is a key to building a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society.  From our church’s early years, we have had a charter troop of both Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts meeting in our facility.  They are a great asset to our congregation and support us with food drives for the Deacons’ Cupboard, Eagle Scout projects around our building, and a variety of heavy-lifting kinds of help when we ask.  We are proud to enrich their program as much as we can with our donations for the month of February, so please give generously!  Remember that Feb. 7th is Scout Sunday, when Scouts and leaders join us to help lead worship.

The Souper Bowl of Caring souper bowl of caring logo

In addition to Scout Sunday, Feb. 7th is also Souper Bowl Sunday! This is the time of year when we join the movement that is transforming Super Bowl weekend into the nation’s largest youth-led weekend of giving and serving.  The Souper Bowl of Caring equips and mobilizes congregations, schools, and businesses to positively impact their communities by collecting money or food on or near Super Bowl weekend. Here at Trinity, 100% of the money we collect will go directly to our own Deacons' Food Cupboard.  The Food Cupboard has been has been busier and busier in the last year, so don't forget to give something extra this year!




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One Great Hour of Sharing

Since 1949, Presbyterians have joined with millions of other Christians through One Great Hour of Sharing to share God’s love with people experiencing need. Our gifts support ministries of disaster response, refugee assistance and resettlement, and community development that help people find safe refuge, start new lives and work together to strengthen their families and communities.

Recognizing that the hope we have in Christ is lived out in our hope for one another, we respond with gifts that help our sisters and brothers around the world find the hope for a brighter future.