Our mission statement is based on John 15:5: "I am the vine, you are the branches. Those who abide in me, and I in them bear much fruit, because apart from me you can do nothing."
We believe it is our mission to worship and serve Jesus Christ by proclaiming his Gospel to all persons. As servants of Christ, we pray that His Holy Spirit will continually reveal to us how we can always be a community of love, hope and reconciliation.
The Presbyterian Church operates democratically where representatives of the whole govern every part of the church, and decisions are founded on the example of the apostles and the practice of the early church. Our Session is made up of elected elders. At Trinity, each member of Session serves on one or two committees that maintain church functions. We also have a board of elected Deacons who aid in the care of our congregational needs.
We at Trinity participate in mission work that benefits those both
inside and outside of our local community. There are also many opportunities to be involved within our church family, including ushering,
greeting, hosting coffee fellowship, volunteering in the children's
ministry, joining a committee, and participating in groups. There is a place for everyone at Trinity.
Trinity has a long history in Uniontown. It is not known when a congregation began meeting together, but the first pastor was invited to serve as Stated Supply in 1817 and installed as the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in 1819. The congregation built the present church building and dedicated it on March 8, 1896. The sanctuary's original grandeur reflected the opulence of the Gilded Age. The most beloved and outstanding feature of the building is the beautiful stained glass windows attributed to the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company of New York. The window designs were taken from art master works by celebrated artists.
For more information about our church, or for prayer concerns, please contact the church office during regular business hours.