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Upcoming Events

Below is a list of all the upcoming events at Trinity Presbyterian Church.

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  • Trinity is Hosting Home & Hope from July 2 to July 8

    Home & Hope provides safe haven for homeless families while helping them regain long term self sufficiency and raises community consciousness on the issue of homelessness by actively engaging volunteers.  Trinity is hosting Home & Hope because Trinity believes it should show and tell the world God's love the same way that Jesus did.  Jesus ate and hosted those who needed food and shelter.


    For questions or concerns please contact either Rosa Molero at 4haueru@gmail.com or Sally McClure at salmcclure@gmail.com, home phone 650-474-0930 or cell phone 650-888-4243. Click this link to sign up http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0848aba82fa1fc1-home4


  • Summer Teachers

    It’s time to give our hardworking teachers some time off! We’re looking for folks to serve in classrooms during July and August. Lessons are simple and everything you need is provided. We’re going to be offering three classes this summer, which means that we need 6 adults each Sunday…that’s 60 people, each serving JUST ONE SUNDAY.  See description below for more details on age groups and activities. Then, take a look in the narthex and in Fellowship Hall for Summer Teacher sign-ups. Questions? Contact Kristan at kverv@trinity-pres.org

     

     Nursery (birth-2/5) – play and cuddling

     Seeds (preschool) – play, Bible story, simple activities and snack

     Sprouts/Vine Combo (K-4th) – interactive video Bible story with guided discussion and activities

     

    To sign up online click here or at church on Sunday.

  • Learning Circle on Righting the WRongs of Injustice

    Pastor Kurt and Pam Daniels are leading their class on justice and theology again in July and August. The class will be every other Thursday night starting on July 27, August 10, 24, and  from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Covenant Room.  Email Pastor Kurt to RSVP.

  • Sing with us this summer

    Love to sing, but can’t commit to weekly rehearsals? Summer Choir is for you. All ages are invited to join us in July and August to prepare music for Sunday Worship. We’ll meet at 8:30 in the sanctuary to learn an accessible song to sing in worship that morning. Hope to see you sometime!

  • Local Monthly Service Opportunities

    Serving food at Street Church on the 3rd Monday of every month.


    Sign up for July here.

    Sign up for August here.


    Make and serve sandwiches on the 2nd Sunday of every month with SOS (Sandwiches on Sunday). Email Debby Brown for more info.


  • #TRINITYTOGETHER

    Take Out Church — Pick up a Take Out Church envelope in the Narthex so that we can stay connected with one another over the summer. There are all kinds of fun activities for traveling families, and also a scavenger hunt for everybody to accumulate points and maybe win the raffle prize in September! Take pictures with Flat Jesus and email them to TrinityTogether@trinity-pres.org or #TrinityTogether or check out this page on our website.


Guest Preachers and Summer Seminars 2017


  • Rafael Avendano - July 30

    Rafael is Program Director of Siena Youth Center in Redwood City, CA. He is a recent graduate of the University of San Francisco with a Masters in Organization and Leadership. Rafael will co-preach with Pastor Kurt on Acts 9:1-19.


  • David Shearin - August 13

    David is Executive Director of Street Life Ministries in Redwood City, CA. David experienced first-hand the struggles of addiction, and the reality of life on the streets. Since his own recovery in 2005, David has pursued a call in his life to serve those in brokenness and need. David will preach on the book of Isaiah and give a Seminar on Street Life Ministries.

  • Erica Schemper - August 20

    Erica Schemper is a PCUSA minister who has served churches and educational institutions in a variety of settings. In 2007 she was a founding board member of The Young Clergywoman Project, a professional organization for female clergy under the age of 40, that group now has international membership of over 1500 members internationally. Erica currently spends most of her time parenting three kids, with a little bit of writing on the side for several online and print publications. She lives in San Carlos with her husband and three children. Her Seminar is titled “Raising a Soul: How do teach our children to love God not just with heart and strength, but truly and deeply with their souls?”

  • Garrett Brown - September 17

    Garrett is a Bay Area native who has served in ministry leadership on the Peninsula for over eighteen years. He was the lead pastor at Sequoia Christian Church in Redwood City for twelve years, and is a founding board member of Street Life Ministries. Currently, Garrett is the Ministry Director for Christian Union at Stanford University. He holds a Master of Divinity from Talbot School of Theology, and a Doctorate of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary. His Seminar Title is “Faith on Campus: God’s Story in Our Leading Universities.”

  • Karen Thistlethwaite - October 1

    Karen is a Bay Area native and for the past six years Karen has served as Associate Pastor of Education at St. John’s Presbyterian Church in Berkeley. She is currently serving a variety of churches in the Presbytery of San Francisco: preaching, moderating session and leading retreats; while volunteering on the Presbytery’s Mission, Vision and Leadership commission. Previous denominational service includes serving on the Presbytery of San Francisco’s Partnership Working Group. Karen, along with her husband, Bryan, and two young children, Siena and Colin, enjoy swimming, in house dance parties, playing board games and spending time with family and friends.