We support Serrv, a non-profit organization with a mission to eradicate poverty wherever
it resides by providing opportunity and support to artisans and farmers worldwide.
Visit the WEBSITE
for more information. Look for our SERRV sale every fall!
Presbyterian Hunger Program
Donate two cents a meal and see how all our pennies add up to help those in need! Collection banks for "Cents-ability" to put on your table are available in the church office. Put your coins in the bank and bring in your offering quarterly.
Fayette County Food Bank
Bring your non-perishable food contributions the first Sunday of the month and drop them in the collection boxes in the chapel. Our bags of groceries go to Pleasantview Presbyterian Church, a distribution site of the Fayette County Community Action Food Bank. Your giving improves the lives of those who are less fortunate. Thank you for your support. Did you know that the use of food pantries and soup kitchens has increased 50% nationwide since 2008?
Trinity Church was the founding organization for this independent volunteer agency offering assistance to those over age 60 in our community. Today it is supported by faith congregations, individual donors, area businesses and foundations, SWPA Human Services Area Agency on Aging, and the United Way of South Fayette, Inc. Trinity continues to offer financial support and provide volunteers.
Equal Exchange, our
Presbyterian Coffee Project products, are available from
Committee. Watch for the table at after-church coffee. These
teas, coffees and chocolates are grown and sold through
farmers' cooperatives that
promote fair trade and encourage ecologically
sustainable farming methods. Try some