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ABOUT US

We strive to be a church in the heart of the city with the city at heart - A friendly church

Our mission is to teach, comfort the hurting, protect the truth of the Gospel, recruit other believers, feed the hungry, and provide a peaceful and uplifting worship environment!

 

History of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Key West, Florida. Originally named Gulf of Mexico Mission1892.

In December, the Reverend George Lester visited Key West to help establish the Gulf of Mexico Mission with Cayo Huesta  in the Bahamas District of Key West under the British Connexion. Establishing a mission in Key West was seen as vital to extending the gospel to Cuba.  While missionaries were sent to Cuba it later included most of the Caribbean, the overall effort did not produce the hoped for results. The congregation remained as a Mission for a short time, then it became the only English Wesleyan Methodist Church in the United States. It later became a part of the Tropical Florida Presbytery renamed to Trinity Presbyterian Church.

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Reverand Niecy

Pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church

Rev. Denise McLeod is a member of the Tropical Florida Presbytery, ordained as a Ministry of the Word and Sacraments in the Presbyterian Church USA.  Her journey to ministry has carried her from Maryland to North Carolina to Georgia and now to the Southernmost point in America. The Confession of 1967 is her confession “God the Holy Spirit fulfills the work of reconciliation in people.  The Holy Spirit creates and renews the church as the community in which people are reconciled to God and to one another.  God enables them to receive forgiveness as they forgive one another and to enjoy the peace of God as they make peace among themselves.  In spite of their sin, God gives them power to become representative of Jesus Christ and his gospel of reconciliation to all people.”

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