JESUS SAVES

Sunday Worship

11:00am

Bible Study

Sunday 10am

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Welcome, and thank you for visiting Trinity Emmanuel Online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Trinity Emmanuel seeks new and dynamic ways to enhance and nuture in individual and collective faith through Worship, Ministry of Music, Biblicial Study, Theological Reflection, Fellowship, and Christian Education Programs..

Our Vision Statement

“Trinity Emmanuel Presbyterian Church is a multicultural, multi-generational community, providing services and spiritual guidance.

 
Our Mission

 

We believe that the door to salvation is always open and so are the doors to our church. Our mission is to be fully devoted to Jesus by opening our arms to those in search of the truth. We show God’s love and concern for our fellow man at every opportunity. Through works of charity and opening our doors to listen and love, we feel that we are walking in the footsteps of Jesus Christ.

FOOD PANTRY POSTPONED

 

For a list of Food Pantries in Monroe county, dial 211 or click here .     

Volunteers at Food Bank

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MINISTRY & WORSHIP
SERVICES

 

Services are held in the main sanctuary Sunday Morning services at 11:00 AM.

 

  • Bible Study:  Sundays  at 10am in TEPC Fellowship Hall.

  • Christian Education: Sundays at 10am

  • Young Women and Mother's Missions: 3rd Saturday at 1-3pm

  • Youth Ministry Fridays at 6pm

  • ​​Senior Choir Rehearsal Wednesdays at 5:00pm

  • Junior Choir Rehearsal  TBD.

jan.1-March

urban league drive

Urban League Membership Campaign:  Now in full swing and will continue until March 2020.  See Elder Addie Coleman to renew your membership or apply for a new membership.  Join the Urban League in helping people help themselves!

Black Heritage Committee

jan. 12th

Heritage Committee Meeting:  was scheduled for Wednesday, January 8th at 5:00 pm.  Due to weather conditions this meeting is cancelled and will be held on Sunday, January 12th, immediately following Services.

JAN.26th

RACE, RACISM & THE CHURCH

WORKSHOP

 “An afternoon interactive presentation”Led by Rev. William Wilkinson and Rev. Alan Dailey on race racism and the church will be held on  Sunday, January 26, 2020, 3:00–5:30 p.m..  There will also be an informal meal to follow.

St. Anne Church social hall, 1600 Mt Hope Ave, Rochester, NY 14620
For more information, contact John Kapusta at (914) 456-1454 or jdkapusta@gmail.com.

 

To register, click on the following link. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc_qhAQONui404DkCQuiTCcT4VWbSGNzbKLE_XQzB3rFyLtgQ/viewform.  Thank you, 

Bro – Trent Marshall, Chairperson. 

Relief Fund

You can help those affected by Hurricane Dorian by connecting with the  Greater Rochester Chapter of the Red Cross at 585-241-4400.

Thought to Remember.....

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January  Announcements

Welcome Brochure

Community Sharing

African American History Commission is sharing the following community events and asking for volunteers, click here.

SAVE THE DATES

 

January 30th Braiding for Hope

The Sisters of Saint Joseph needs volunteers for their project.

Rochester Refugee Sewing & Repair is a bootstrap business run by five women from Nepal, Congo, Iraq, and Somalia working part-time to make bags, accessories, and pet products to sell at markets and boutiques in Rochester and around the country.  Information Session

Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse

150 French Road. Thursday, January 30, 2020| 6:00 PM | 585-641-8100

For flyer, click here.

 

January 20 thru March 1

Visions of a Distant Ecotopia: The Garden as Organic Collage by Michael Tomb and Marcia Zach to Studio Michelino will be on exhibit at My Sister's Gallery at the Episcopal Church Home.  The gallery is open from 10am until 8pm.  Click here for more information.

February 7th

The Poor People's Campaign-7pm at Mt Olivet. for more information click here.    Principles of Poor People's Campaign.

Feb 8,2020  

Black History  Month Dialogue

with Mayor Lovely Warren & County Executive Adam Bello| Central Church of Christ 1-3pm.  

February 27, 28, & 29

The Underground Railroad Series

For Details, Click Here. 

The Tree soaking in the word of God deepens the depth and breadth of hidden roots, intimacy with the spirit of God grows the height and length of sun-hungry limbs, being filled and overflowing with the love of God makes the whole tree burst and blossom with life, delight yourself in these and he will honor you with masterful pruning for seasons of outrageous fruitfulness. 

SAVE THE DATE:  2020 Congregational Learning Day: Saturday, February 8th at Perinton Presbyterian Church 8:30 a.m. – a workshop for the congregation and leaders to expand their knowledge and skills in order to strengthen their ministries.

 

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TRINITY EMMANUEL

WE ARE THE CHURCH THAT IS WITH YOU IN THE COMMUNITY. SERVING ROCHESTER SINCE 1914.

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    9 Shelter Street Rochester, NY 14611

    585-235-5967

   Presbytery of Genesee Valley

   National Presbyterians USA

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