Serving in our Community


It’s all about Giving!

Scripture teaches that we are called to be missionaries whether we serve in missions at home or abroad. Missions are the way that a healthy church, such as Trinity Presbyterian, contributes to the path that God created for each and every one of us. He called us to participate in the giving. As a church our overall mission is towards this effort.

Trinity supports many missions and would love your help.

Jesus said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. 38 Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field..” (Matt 9:37-38).

Cherokee County Senior Center
– Senior Services provides educational, social, leisure and recreational activities for senior citizens that are looking to have some fun, make some friends and find socialization. Our daily Congregate program includes entertainment, field trips, Bingo, crafts and educational guest speakers.  Lunch is served daily and transportation is available upon request.  Those wishing to participate must be at least 60 years of age and live in Cherokee County.  Call 770-345-2675 to learn more.

Give a Kid a Chance Backpacks
– Providing filled backpacks for Cherokee County students in need, helping low-income families equip their children for each new school year.

Presbyterian Village Austell
– a Continuing Care Retirement Community (also known as a Life Plan Community) that offers a full spectrum of senior health care services. That means as health needs change, you’ll have access to highly rated levels of care, including Supportive Living, Memory Care, Rehabilitation Therapy and Skilled Nursing right here on campus.

Christmas brings the opportunity to support our Christmas Angel Appeal for the Caring Hands Fund. Presbyterian Homes sends a Christmas Angel Offering request to friends and supporters statewide. Financial support is deeply appreciated as are the hundreds of return angel cards, signed and personalized by donors, for our frailest residents.

Teri and Vivian
Marion and Vivian

PW Ladies showing off the 2 (quote TWO) baskets that were gathered to support the Presbyterian Homes of GA raffle. There is a different Theme every year!

Souper Bowl of Caring
– Supporting local Food Pantries on Super Bowl Sunday

Julia giving to SouperBowl Mission on SuperBowl Sunday

Thornwell Charter School
– promoting an environment for students that fosters a love for learning in an individualized health and wellness program that promotes lifelong health, and in the Teaching Family model that helps children develop life skills which will enable them to succeed in higher education, in their careers and to be productive members of their communities.

Veterans of Cherokee County
– the focus of the program is to provide for veterans and families who are financially challenged, disabled, or homeless and to make sure homeless veterans and those who are living in senior care facilities or living at home alone, do not go without. 

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