This Week's Sermon & Scripture
A Message from Tanzania
Delivered By: Hal and Sue Hoege
Worship Times: 8:30am | 10am*
*Children are welcome to attend our Children & Worship program following the Children’s Message at the 10am service.
Luke 9:1-2New International Version (NIV)
Jesus Sends Out the Twelve
9 When Jesus had called the Twelve together, he gave them power and authority to drive out all demons and to cure diseases, 2 and he sent them out to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal the sick.
Welcome to Hal and Sue Hoege
Hal and Sue Hoege grew up in Philadelphia and Westbury, New York, respectively. They have been married 48 years, have three children and five grandchildren and have lived in Kingwood, Texas for the past 32 years. Following military service and a corporate career, Hal worked as business administrator at their church. After several years as a registered nurse, Sue was a stay-at-home mom before launching her own graphic design business in 1995. She also taught computer graphic arts at a local college.
As long time church members, Hal and Sue have served on committees, worked with youth, served in prison ministry, supported mission outreach activities and participated in the life of the church.
In February 2014, they began a 2-year mission trip in Kigoma, Tanzania, Africa, but they found it impossible to just walk away after two years. Early in their trip, a missionary had advised them to “serve those who God puts in your path.” They continue to work with the poor in Kigoma through the ministries of Joy in the Harvest: the Feeding Center, the Destitute Camp, the Computer School, Radio JOY Christian radio and the Friday People Program. Frequently they are asked to share the Word at local African churches, and they have also participated in Christian events across the border in Burundi and at a large refugee camp in Tanzania.
Rev. Philip Hollins
GROWING DISCIPLES OF ALL AGES FOR JESUS CHRIST.Welcome to Trinity Presbyterian Church! As you walk into our church for the first time, you will likely notice the colorful banners on the walls. We love these new banners, and they reflect the values that guide our church family as we seek to build a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ. Our church leaders recently affirmed these values as the guiding principles upon which we continue to build our ministry. For 30 years, this is what we have embraced as a community of faith and church family. While times have changed, we hold to the traditions and comforts of being a closely knit Christian community. Welcome to our family. -Philip
"We are a caring church family who loves God, and is committed to growing disciples of all ages for Jesus Christ."