Mental Health and Addiction Ministry

Mission Statement: Trinity Presbyterian Church Mental Health and Addiction Support Ministry exists to provide education with a focus on prevention, early intervention, referral assistance and to support recovery in a confidential, accepting and healing environment.

"Out of Order" Documentary Screening
May 20, 2018 
12:30-1:30 Screening
*See  further details under Upcoming Events

What would you do if someone told you that you weren’t welcome in your church?
 After more than a decade of presiding over weddings, veteran minister Mieke Vandersall officiated a ceremony between two men — and faced being brought up on charges in the Presbyterian Church. 
Transman Alex McNeill’s divine call is obvious to anyone who has spent more than five minutes talking to him. Yet, no openly transgender person has ever completed the ordination process and received a call to a job. 
For Rev. Kate LeFranc, achieving ordination as an out queer woman was an act of personal will. But LGBTQ people can’t get hired for church jobs by personal will alone. 
Growing up as a gay Christian in rural Texas was hard for Rev. John Stanger, and it hasn’t gotten any easier for the queer youth who have come after him. He calls on his experience to help heal the wounds the church continues to make. 
Missing a day of church always left Rev. Bertram Johnson with an empty feeling. Having to reconcile his sexuality with his calling to ministry nearly tore him apart. 
Like many LGBTQ Christians, each of these faith leaders has been told they weren’t welcome in their churches. Rather than hide or leave the church, they took the extraordinary step to redefine welcome for their congregations and their church communities as a whole.

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Upcoming Events

April  15, 2o18:  Daemion on Aging: 
Changing the Story of Aging: Embracing the 
Second Half of Life-take in the view from "the 
top of the hill," by looking back with gratitude,
being mindful in the present, and looking 
forward with hope?   
    April 15th Topic: Attending to the Present and
    Looking Forward with Hope

           *May 20, 2018: Out of Order Documentry Screening with follow 
         up discussion moderated by Caroline  Fenkel MSS, LCSW from Center for         Families in Malvern
                11:30-12:15 - Luncheon
                12:15-12:30 - Introduction
                12:30-1:30 - Screening of "Out of Order"
                1:30-2:15 - Discussion

Ministry Team

John Wunderlich
Gina Larson
Jenn Smith
Barbara Maurer
Maria McCormack


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