Invitation to Support Migrant and Hispanic Ministries

This Father’s Day

Your Father’s Day gift to this offering assists the Migrant Ministry & Hispanic Ministry of the Trinity Presbytery.

Donations from this offering fund these vital ministries, providing food, fellowship, Spanish Bibles, and essential support to migrant workers and Hispanic families in need.

Please pray for these ministries and give generously to help the migrant workers who are here for the summer and the Hispanic families in our communities.

Find a printable bulletin insert for use this Sunday below.

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2024 Stated Meetings

of Trinity Presbytery

Saturday, Aug. 24, 2024

South Aiken PC, Aiken

Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2024

Westminster PC, Columbia

Commissioners' Handbooks are published

10 days prior to meetings.


of Trinity Presbytery

Saturday, August 24, 2024

South Aiken Presbyterian Church

Aiken, SC

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.

Meetings convene at 9:30 a.m.

Commissioners' Handbooks are published 10 days prior to meetings.

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Prism: Insights in Church Leadership and Education for Faith Formation is an initiative from The Center for Excellence in Christian Education, Union Presbyterian Seminary, and the Presbytery of Charlotte. Through innovative and informative workshops, enriching keynotes, and the gift of learning from one another, Prism equips and empowers leaders to serve the church faithfully. Prism is held fully online via Zoom in order to allow for leaders across the denomination to participate.

Questions about anything related to Prism? Contact the Center for Excellence in Christian Education at

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The Southeast Region National Black Presbyterian Caucus will hold its biennial conference on July 19-20, 2024, at the Crowne Plaza Jacksonville Airport Hotel.

The theme is: “One Body, Many Parts: Connecting for the Greater Cause” 1 Corinthians 12: 12-27.

We have planned an intergenerational program that we hope will be spiritual, joyful, and educational, one that we hope will enhance the spiritual growth of each attendee.

Additional information and forms HERE.

June 2024 - The Humanitarian Coordinator for South Sudan, Ms. Anita Kiki Gbeho today released US$20 million from the South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF) to provide life-saving assistance to 290,000 of the most vulnerable people in Aweil East in Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Nasir in Upper Nile, Rubkona in Unity, and Pibor in the Greater Pibor Administrative Area.


“People in these areas are facing some of the most extreme conditions in the country and need support. This allocation will help address their most urgent food security needs and strengthen the resilience of host communities and people who have returned home fleeing the conflict in Sudan,” said Ms. Anita Kiki Gbeho, Humanitarian Coordinator for South Sudan.


The first standard allocation of the year comes at a critical time to avert a further deterioration of living conditions for the people benefitting from the support. This is particularly critical from August onwards, when the effects of the lean season (April to July) are expected to manifest in increased malnutrition rates and food insecurity levels. This allocation emphasizes the participation of affected communities to ensure that the chosen activities reflect their priorities and respond to urgent life-saving needs and improve resilience through livelihood support. The allocation is also intended to increase direct funding to national NGOs to promote localization and empower grassroots organizations.


“We are very grateful for continued donor contributions, which mean that we can help people who are facing acute needs. We request a further injection of funding to continue saving lives and to support recovery and resilience activities of communities,” said Ms. Gbeho.


The $20 million allocation will build on and complement earlier funding allocations, including the $16 million released from the Central Emergency Response Fund in September 2023 for famine prevention and the $17 million allocated from the SSHF the same year for famine prevention in Rubkona County, Unity State.


The 2024 Humanitarian Needs and Response Plan for South Sudan calls for $1.8 billion to assist 6 million people across South Sudan. Six months into the year, the appeal is less than 20 per cent funded.


The South Sudan Humanitarian Fund is managed by OCHA. The Fund operates within the parameters of the Humanitarian Needs and Response Plan and prioritizes the allocation of funds to non-governmental organizations.

For information on the South Sudan Humanitarian Fund,visit

Income from oil exports is critical to keeping South Sudan’s factious elites together. The war in neighbouring Sudan has led earnings to fall precipitously, threatening instability in Juba and highlighting anew the need to bring the Sudanese conflict to a close. (Click photo to ready more)

The website with information and to register is here:

Board of Pension Updates

BOP Mental Health Resources

As part of our commitment to wholeness, the Board of Pensions recognizes the need to elevate mental health and wellness for everyone. The following resources are available to you to support your mental health and well-being.



Board of Pensions (BOP) News on Changes

Get ready for an exhilarating experience as we extend a warm invitation to the much-anticipated 2024 Southeast Region Conference! This year's event promises to be an inspiring celebration of unity, collaboration, and the incredible diversity that makes our region truly special. Embrace the power of unity as we explore the richness that comes from our diversity. This year's theme, "One Body, Many Parts," emphasizes the strength we gain when we come together, each contributing our unique talents, perspectives, and experiences for the greater good.

Stay tuned for more details, including registration information, in the coming weeks. We can't wait to gather as one body with many parts, united for the greater good!

New Job opportunities available with the PCUSA

if you are planning on visiting the Presbytery office, please call beforehand to be sure the staff member you need to see will be there.

All safety precautions continue to be observed.

The Presbytery Office Hours

9:00 a.m.- 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday & Thursday

9:00 a.m. -1 p.m. on Friday

Wednesday- open only for appointments, staff will be working remotely.

Please call ahead if you need to make an appointment for Wednesdays.