Our Approach

Our Beliefs

Brief statement of faith

You could also call this heading "Our philosophy" or "Our vision." This is the place to talk about what drives you and your business and what's unique about your process. What you write here should be something distinct and interesting about your business that sets it apart from others in the same industry.


Our Story

Our History

Every business has a beginning, and this is where you talk about yours. People want to know what opportunity you saw or how your passion led to the creation of something new. Talk about your roots--people wanna know you have some.

Our Mission

Trinity Presbyterian exists as a fellowship of believers to make disciples of all nations. (Mathew 28:18-20) It is out desire to faithfully worship our covenant God and lift up the lord Jesus Christ to our community and the world.  We are committed to building up one another by prayer and the teaching and preaching of God's infallible word.  By God's grace, we seek to be a family preparing one another to be:

  • Worshipers, lifting our praise to God, growing in the knowledge of Christ, and being filled with the Holy Spirit.
  • Witnesses, being the salt and light in schools, neighborhoods, and workplaces.
  • Workers, using our time, talents and treasure for the glory of God.

In this way, we at Trinity Presbyterian Church seek to fulfill our goal, the great Commission: "Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation." (Mark 16:15)


Our Pastor

Rick Wheeler

Rick is the husband of Janet and father of 5 children, ranging in age from young adults to a pre-teen. He enjoys coaching his children’s soccer teams and watching them play sports. Rick has been the pastor of Trinity Presbyterian since 2004, and is hoping he might soon be accepted as a native of this rural Southern town. In addition to his normal pastoral ministries, he has tutored Homeschool high school students through Classical Conversations. He enjoys reading old books and singing old hymns, so you might think he’s a boring, old, stodgy type who young people probably cannot relate to, but his students love his corny sense of humor.

Next Steps...

This is should be a prospective customer's number one call to action, e.g., requesting a quote or perusing your product catalog.