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Worship Sunday morning 9:30 a.m.

Community Groups Sunday 11 a.m.

Fellowship and Prayer Wednesday, 6 p.m.

Where Does God's Mission Take Us?

Wherever we are, in Christ, we are on mission.

But we can only do what we can, where we can, with what we've been given. So we strive to serve our neighbors in Corinth, Mississippi by inviting them into our lives, our homes, our worship, our opportunities, our struggles.

And as God provides, we also share in God's work -- by word and deed -- with other servants in other places.

These groups serve as Community Groups and pray with, learn with, and grow with one another.

One Another.

Trinity Presbyterian Church believes that to best provide shade, we must have roots. Mission to the world is only honest if mission to one another is equally emphasized.

Neighborhood.

Trinity Presbyterian Church offers to its neighbors in the Harper Road corridor hospitality, community celebrations, facilities, and compassion as needs arise.

City.

Trinity Presbyterian Church serves and supports Oasis Medical Center (Sexual Brokenness), Lighthouse Foundation (Urban Youth), AMEN Food Pantry (Food For Working Poor), Mission Mississippi (Racial Reconciliation), Sharing Hearts (Alzheimers Care Encouragement), and many civic and church opportunities that promote Biblical, Christ-centered convictions.

Region.

Trinity Presbyterian Church serves and supports the Mid-South Church Planting Network (PCA), Christ Fellowship (Horn Lake, MS) an ethnically diverse church plant, and Reformed University Ministries on the campuses of Delta State, Ole Miss, and Mississippi State.

Globe.

Trinity Presbyterian Church supports church planting in Peru with Nate and Nikki Bonham (Cross Collaboration) and Christian education with Bentry and Hlupikhile Mhango (Malawi, Africa), Compassion International (Tanzanian student).