Rijn Staats, son of Rev. Hal Staats, will be graduating with a B.S. in Psychology from Oregon State University. He will continue is education working on a Masters at the University of Puerto Rico.
Alisha Staats, daughter in-law of Rev. Hal Staats, will be graduating with a B.S. in Psychology from Oregon State University. She will also be continuing her education working on a Masters at the University of Puerto Rico with an emphasis in research.
From the same Staats family, grandson Cameron is graduating from high school and entering college in Puerto Rico.
Brisane McDonald, granddaughter of Rev. Hal Staats is graduating from Oregon State University with a Business Degree with an emphasis in of Entrepreneurship She will be opening her own business.
Samantha Saltzman, granddaughter of Joyce Madden is graduating from Tufts University at Medford, MA. She will have two degrees: B.S. in Computer Science and a B.A. in Fine Arts. She is employed at Carbon Black, Inc. a cyber security company.
Lauren Quinby, niece of Sandi Johnson is graduating from Southwest Oklahoma State University with a BSN degree. After completing the State Board Exam for Nurses, she will be working at one of the hospitals in Oklahoma City
The Property Committee has designated Saturday, May 18 as Spring Cleaning Day at the church. Can you provide two to three hours of elbow grease? Continue reading
Sunday, May 19 will be our day to honor graduating students from High School and College. If you have someone that you would like honored, contact the church office with their name, parents name, the date and institution that they are graduating. Deadline for a mention in the bulletin will be May 15. Church office phone number is 838-4261. Email at
Hi ! I’m Jerry Can and I’ve been invited to the Vacation Bible Club at Trinity Presbyterian Church June 17 through 21. Continue reading
The upshot of Pentecost is that the Spirit-filled disciples drew a diverse crowd of people representing many different nations. Continue reading
Trinity Church will participate in the Presbytery of Southern Kansas Mission Partnership Team challenge to all churches in the Presbytery. Continue reading