The Session of Trinity Presbyterian is pleased to announce the appointment of CLP Kirk Probasco as Supply Pastor. Kirk is a long-time member of Trinity Presbyterian. He has served as a Commissioned Lay Pastor for the Presbytery of Utah for over two decades. Kirk has accepted a four-month renewable contract as half-time pastor, beginning on January 1st. During this time, while our Pastor Nominating Committee continues its work, he will be responsible for a range of pastoral duties, including worship leadership, congregational care, outreach, church growth, and serving as head of staff. 

 

Kirk is eager to begin the work of pastoring Trinity. COVID-19 changed the way we “do church”, and we wrestle with the question of “What’s next?” We are anxious to begin this new season of re-imagining what “doing church” means. We invite you to come help us explore the possibilities of what God has planned for Trinity Presbyterian.

 

December's worship leaders: Please come join us

Masks are Required

December 12, Guest Leader is Rev Steve Aeschbacher from First Pres, Salt Lake City,  

Service begins at 11:0 0 AM MST, Service is in the sanctuary and on Zoom.

Contact: info@trinityogden.org for more information

December 19, Guest Leader is Rev. Catherine Putnum-Netto, Presbytery of Utah,  

Service begins at 11:00 AM MST, Service is in the sanctuary and on Zoom.

Contact: info@trinityogden.org for more information

December 24 - Christmas Eve Service. Guest leader is Ellen Keene, CLP, Presbytery of Utah. 

Service begins at 7:00 PM MST in the sanctuary and on Zoom,

Contact: info@trinityogden.org for more information

December 26, Guest Leader is CLP Ellen Keene, Ruling Elder Trinity, Presbytery of Utah,  

Service begins at 11:00 AM MST, Service is in the sanctuary and on Zoom.

Contact: info@trinityogden.org for more information

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                           Making God's Love Visible

 

Trinity Presbyterian is a bunch of regular people who get together to enjoy our relationship with God and each other. We are a community made up of people who are single, married, divorced, on Match.com, widowed, gay, crazy rich and dirt poor. In this place you are welcome whether you're looking for a church home, looking for one hour of peace, or just looking.  We welcome those with pacifiers in their mouths and those who remember the Eisenhower Administration. We don't care if this is your first time in a church since little Joey's Baptism. We promise the roof will not fall in; we just had it fixed!

 

We are beatnik readers, pie contest winners, poetry lovers, baconators, marathoners, gamers, world travelers, hot-dog skiers, debaters, and blue-toenail-polish wearers. We are vegans and people who love Dutch oven ribs. We welcome those who are in recovery and those who are still suffering. We welcome those who would "rather be golfing." We welcome tree-huggers and deer hunters. We offer a special welcome to those who come because grandma is in town and you want her to think you go to church. 

 

Trinity is a place where are you already loved; and not just because of your righteousness, good looks or great intelligence. (By the way, we think you look great and you are really smart.) We love you because we are trying to follow the Way. Is it possible you are interested as well?

 

We know the word "RELIGION" has some painful memories for some. That's why we focus on relationships. At the Communion Table there is a seat with your name already on it. Come and eat!

 

We welcome nerds, outsiders, strugglers, doubters, clown lovers... and YOU!