Important Links

Check out the latest blog post by our new Adult Christian Education Director
Jon DePue
Click on the button above to see a tribute to this Year's Christian Education Teachers!
Check out the new You Tube video on the Mission Page to see the video presentation of the different Mission work that happens at Trinity!
The congregation of Trinity United Presbyterian Church is committed to serving our Lord Jesus Christ through worship, education, fellowship, stewardship and mission, being           Christ-centered in all we do.

Our Church Life

Next Trinity News Deadline is Wednesday, August 19. Articles must be turned into the church office by 10:00 am on this date. Please e-mail submissions to

Following worship on August 2, there will be a Congregational Meeting for the purpose of electing officers. Please plan on staying for this brief meeting. 

Koinonia would like to invite any Trinity member and friend to the SW room of PATH on August 3 at 7:00 pm to play the game, Life Stories. This game is non-competitive and allows those who play a chance to know other participants in a deeper way through storytelling. Venture out to "venture in."

Trinity Library Open House – Join us on August 9 during Fellowship Coffee at 10:30 am in the Multi-purpose room of PATH. Refreshments served. Get acquainted with the new library for all ages. Take home a book to start reading!​

Please welcome Amy Edgington as your new Youth CE Director!  Amy has been a member of Trinity for many years and grew up in our youth programs. Her two children, Matthew and Aubrey, currently attend our Sunday school programs. Amy starts her new role on July 15, and brings her excitement, leadership and past experience as a Trinity Sunday school teacher to the position. Amy can be found in the office a couple of hours each week during daytime hours, and on Sundays throughout the school year.
TEST (Trinity's El Salvador Team) - Would you like to get involved in Trinity's El Salvador mission? Has it been sounding interesting to you and you'd like to learn more? Then, we'd love to have you join us! On Sunday, August 16, following worship, there will be a TEST meeting Please join us in the west side of the Fellowship Hall after you get your coffee & cookies. We want you if you want to travel.  We want you if you don't want to travel. We want you if you are just interested in becoming involved. We want you if you just want to learn more about the El Salvador mission. Plan on joining us on the 16th following worship.  Questions? Call Betty Dyer 515-971-8406 or email 
Do you need a program for your group? Either at Trinity or outside Trinity?  We'd love to do a program on the El Salvador mission - on why we support the people of Casa de Zinc & Casa de Zacate or Don Justo Coffee to help you learn about why you should be drinking it and the mission that it helps. Let us know if we can help you with that program.

Standard sized envelopes are needed for mailing the Home Touch newsletters to our housebound folks at Trinity.  If you would like to donate envelopes for this mission, drop them off at the church office or copy room in the PATH. Thank you from the Wisdom Keeper Planners.​​​​​
Photo by Owen Duncan
Follow this link to read the current Trinity News. Click below to read past issues.
Church Location:
200 South Howard
Indianola, IA 50125

Office Location:
106 E. 2nd Avenue
Just to the southeast of the church across the parking lot, north door.

Phone: 515-961-6231

Rev. David Endriss, Pastor

Wendy Dowell, Office Administrator

Summer Worship Schedule
9:30 am Worship
No Sunday School
Nursery for kindergarten and under
All are welcome!
Visual Presentation of Upcoming
Property Maintenance Issues.
At the Congregational Meeting on January 25, 2015, a series of pictures was shown that sought to inform the congregation of some upcoming issues that the congregation will eventually need to address regarding our physical plant.  Click the Button below to see these pictures.
Also during the congregational meeting there was a series of slides prepared by Jim Pooley, chair of the Property Ministry Team, that provided some very rough estimations to the cost of some of these repairs.  To see these slides click on the button below.