A Congregation of the Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa
Trinity is challenged to be is a congregation pointing people to God. This vision encompasses all people no matter their age or background; it encompasses all we are doing and will be doing in the future, it is on-going and will never be completed.
"We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God."
2 Corinthians 5:20
STAFF AND LEADERSHIP
Alan Cameron commenced his ministry at Trinity in January 2002. Married to Cecile they have three children Ross, Jess and Caitlin. They live close to the church in King’s Highway.
Alan is a graduate of Rhodes (BA), Unisa (BTh) and Stellenbosch (MTh). His interests are reading, exploring historical sites and walking their dog. Prior to coming to Trinity he was a colleague minister at Bellville for 12 years. Alan is committed to preaching which explains Biblical passages and applies them to life. His vision for Trinity is that every believing member of the congregation is encouraged to be a maturing Christian whose worship, witness and daily work honours God and helps others.
Sue Hay is Trinity’s ministry coordinator. God has blessed our community with an abundance of gifts and talents and we delight in the many different ways in which people exercise them.
The many ministries which have arisen at Trinity are coordinated by Sue.
She can be contacted at:
Pietro Wentzel is married and mother of two beautiful children. She has been working in administration on and off for the past twenty five years. Her favourite words to live by are:
"Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths."
Pietro is in the church office every week day from 08:30 til 13h00.
Michele Havenga is our current session clerk. She works at UNISA.
Contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
NEXT GENERATION LEADER
Lincon Hardouin joined us at Trinity in October 2016 as our Next Generation Leader. He has completed his BTh studies at Pretoria University and is currently working on his MTh in the field of Old Testament. His interests include playing guitar, cooking and watching movies. Before joining Trinity he served as the youth leader at St John’s for 2 years.
He is dedicated to leading the next generation into a relationship with Christ through the preaching of the Word of God, through meaningful prayer and through Spirit filled worship.
Joseph Mthombeni is the caretaker of our grounds and facilities. (Photo to come)
He joined us recently and is from Mpumalanga.
"From him the whole body, joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in love, as each part does its work."
The Presbytery of Tshwane and the Pretoria Diocese of the Anglican Church undertook the establishment of Trinity as a joint development. The foundation stone was laid in 1971 and the sanctuary was completed and consecrated in 1978. The property belongs to a joint Anglican and Presbyterian Trust. Although the congregations each maintain their own identity and worship in separate worship services, they share the sanctuary and all the facilities.
In 1979 Tim Horwood was appointed at Trinity as a student for ministry, became our pastor and served God here until his retirement in March 1996. By this time Trinity had become well established in Lynnwood. In July 1996 we welcomed Robin Jacobson in our midst. He left in December 2000 when he accepted a call to Vancouver. A pastoral vacancy followed until Alan Cameron was inducted in January 2002.
NATIONAL CHURCH LIFE SURVEY
Jesus declared, "I have come that they may have life and have it to
the full". A Church Life Survey focuses on the life and vitality of the
Our church's strengths lie in service, worship, vision, faith and leadership.
This Church Life Profile contains Trinity Presbyterian's unique results from it's involvement in the Church Life Survey.
This NCLS survey was conducted in 2015.