What's New?

Introducing Project Shoe Tree!

New Kirk, we have an opportunity to do a small thing and make a huge difference! Let's get some shoes on the feet of 39 orphan girls in Honduras - many of whom have only worn out flip flops.

Here's how: Grab a shoe label off the shoe tree in the lobby. It will have the size and name of your girl. Please purchase a new pair of athletic shoes (should not be expensive) and bring them back to church, labeled with your tag. Don't worry about wrapping. Missions will get them to the orphanage where they will be immediately distributed.

Summertime is Growing Time!

Beans! Corn! Tomatoes! Peppers! Carrots! Kale! Okra! They're all up and growing in the New Kirk Community garden. Got a green thumb? Or just an urge to get your fingers dirty? Gardeners and want-to-be gardeners are always welcome to lend a hand. Ripe produce is available on Sunday mornings for a small donation with all proceeds going to the Christian Assistance Bridge.

If you are interested in getting involved, let Keith Frair know. Contact on Sunday morning or email at kbfrairnkp@aol.com.

Bible Reading - A Disciplined Approach

Most of us, at one time or another, have probably thought about the value of reading the Bible daily - or at least more often. But, like most disciplines - exercise, dieting, etc. - it’s hard to get started and even harder to stay on track, especially when going it alone, even though we know how beneficial it would be.

Would you like some help?

Well, good news! Click here to check out the new “Daily Devotional.” There you can join Pastor Mike by reading the daily scripture passage taken from the Daily Lectionary, read his comments and those of other followers, and, if you desire, post your own thoughts. The new church year begins December 2. How about making a pledge to yourself to join the Daily Devotional Club?

Amazon Smile

Throughout the year, many people use Amazon for online shopping. However, if you go to AmazonSmile.com to order instead of Amazon.com and choose a non-profit charity (like New Kirk Presbyterian), that charity will receive a donation of 0.5% of their order. Not much, but it adds up.

The site works identical to the regular Amazon site with no additional fees and you have the benefit of giving to a charity of your choice - hopefully New Kirk!

News from Presbytery

There are a lot of things going on at Trinity Presbytery now. See link below for highlights of actions of the 223rd General Assembly.

For more information, visit the ​Trinity Presbytery Web Site and click on the Current E-News button toward the bottom of the page.