Missions Involvement – 2019
We, as Trinity Presbyterian Church, seek to live with God at the center of our lives through being God’s ambassadors of love and good news to a hurting world. We attempt to serve God’s purposes in the world through our individual life missions and our church’s corporate mission to our community. The Missions Committee has selected the following ministries to receive financial support from Trinity in 2019.
Trinity’s missions giving for 2019 is planned to be $16,500 given to the following ministries:
$1200 to Mile High Ministries (Joshua Station)
$1200 to Making Choices
$1200 to Jenna Ladouceur (YWAM, Denver)
$1200 to HIV CareLink
$1200 to IAF Arvada
$2400 to Mohan and Sangeeta Tamang (YWAM Nepal)
$1200 to Brad and Toni Guderian (Wycliffe, Papua New Guinea)
$1200 to the Malawi Mission Partnership
$1200 to REMAR Children’s Home and School, El Salvador
$2400 to Denver Presbytery Mission Partnerships
Contingency giving (as needs arise): $2100
|Mohan & Sangeeta Tamang,
Community Transformation Ministries, Nepal
Mohan and Sangeeta are natives of Nepal and have been in church-planting ministry with Youth with a Mission (YWAM) since 1988.
Their approach to planting churches is to engage the local community at their places of greatest need and then to partner with other YWAM staff who live in the village to minister to the needs of the local people and share the love and good news of Jesus through word and deed.
Denver Presbytery Mission Partnerships
Mission Partnerships consist of two or more congregations within the Presbytery that wish to work together to address an identified need, such as a need in the local or global community, among a particular people group, or in response to a crisis or systemic problem. There are currently 21 Mission Partnerships in Denver Presbytery including the two that Trinity participates in: Malawi Mission and Making Choices.
In addition to the Missions:
Trinity’s Children’s Ministry has nurtured an awareness of the needs in our world and our capacity for making a difference through offerings taken during Sunday School and Vacation Bible School. In 2018, our children gave to our denomination’s One Great Hour of Sharing, providing funds for an Emergency Life Pack for a refugee and for Youth Agriculture Training; and also to Hope House in Westminster (a home for pregnant teens). They also donated to World Vision for famine relief for children in Haiti through our VBS. Currently, the children are focusing their offering on the Malawi Maize Project.