Our Church Story
Trinity Church of Nunda
Our church is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. After many months of planning, the First Baptist Church and the First Presbyterian Church officially federated on January 29, 1967. They did so
"to emphasize the unity of Christian faith to and create a stronger and more effective parish to practice and proclaim it."
After using both buildings for several years, the church decided to continue using the Baptist Church for worship and demolish the Presbyterian building. The pastor currently lives in the Presbyterian manse. We have had pastors from both denominations.
Second mission trip to Haiti
Worship and teaching is Christ-centered and Bible-based, while room is made to accommodate both traditions. Baptism is performed by immersion, or sprinkling. Mission money is divided equally between Baptist and Presbyterian missions. Our ministry is organized and guided by the pastor and a council of twelve members.
The Women's Association raises funds through an annual yard sale and a Christmas bazaar to support many charities and projects. For several years, we have been providing free suppers twice a month for the community. We work with the Kiwanis and Rotary to help those in need, as well as working in conjunction with the other churches in the area to proclaim the good news and minister to the world around us.
Recently, Trinity helped sponsor a second mission trip to Haiti. We mapped homes damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew. We also built the foundation for a corn grinder in a remote community as part of a micro-development programs.
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