The Interpretation & Stewardship Committee is excited to
share our theme for this stewardship campaign year: “I am
the Vine, You are the Branches” (John 15:5). This theme
suggests several things to us:
Trinity is blessed with many generous givers, for whom we
We give in thanksgiving for all we have received, for all that
we have been inspired to be, and for all we are challenged to become;
Many worthwhile organizations ask for your financial support these days.
Won't you prayerfully consider putting Trinity first, so that in joy and
gratitude we might bear much fruit for Christ, who is the vine?
Our "I am the Vine" initiative has many goals for 2019, including:
Strongly supporting Trinity as we search for our next installed pastor;
Continuing to foster the worship of God and the welcoming culture in our church;
Focusing on spiritual formation for the young and old, as we move along our faith journeys, with God and Jesus Christ as our model;
Emphasizing caring for one another as Christ instructed his disciples to do. We care for each other in times of sickness, grief, and joy.
Supporting mission as we are called to be God's hands and feet, sharing our bounty with the poor in spirit, the hungry, and those lacking life's necessities.
The Trinity Presbyterian Church family is close to each of us. Its endeavors are immediate and apparent, affording us the opportunity to directly influence outcomes with our giving and our personal input. It makes sense to place Trinity Presbyterian Church and all that it does at the top of our list when we consider how best to share the blessings God has granted us.
Make a Pledge
You may still join us in supporting our daily ministry and mission. Download a 2019 Pledge Form (this form may be printed and submitted) or pick up a copy in the Narthex.
PC(USA) Per Capita
The denomination’s per capita cost for 2019 is $40 per member (confirmed youth and adults). Please consider donating your per capita to help offset this charge from the denomination, which underwrites the General Assembly, the Synod of the Northeast, and Monmouth Presbytery.