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Rev. Harlan Shoop R.

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Trinity Presbyterian Church

HQ Phone: (919) 872-1142

Trinity Presbyterian Church

3120 New Hope Road

Raleigh, North Carolina 27604

United States

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Trinity Presbyterian Preschool is located in Raleigh , North Carolina. Our Mission is to provide a loving Christian environment where children feel secure, grow in self-esteem and gain a love of learning. Our program concentrates on developing self-hel... more

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Harlan Shoop, Pastor, Trinity Presbyterian Church (Tacoma)


Trinity Presbyterian

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Harlan Shoop , Senior Pastor Harlan was born in Kansas, raised in Colorado, moved to the Northwest in the 70's and has called Tacoma home for longer than anywhere else. He has been in youth ministry, a stint in the business world (not long) and then worked as a lay pastor in Yakima. He came to Tacoma after attending seminary in Scotland at the University of Aberdeen. His first call in Tacoma was to University Place Presbyterian Church and now has been at Trinity for the past nine years. Harlan and his wife, Sue, have 4 children that are all grown and on their own. They also have 9 grandchildren. He enjoys fishing, bike riding, parties, people, and most of all being your pastor.


Trinity Presbyterian

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Harlan Shoop , Senior Pastor Harlan was born in Kansas, raised in Colorado, moved to the Northwest in the 70's and has called Tacoma home for longer than anywhere else. He has been in youth ministry, a stint in the business world (not long) and then worked as a lay pastor in Yakima. He came to Tacoma after attending seminary in Scotland at the University of Aberdeen. His first call in Tacoma was to University Place Presbyterian Church and now has been at Trinity for the past nine years. Harlan and his wife, Sue, have 4 children that are all grown and on their own. They also have 9 grandchildren. He enjoys fishing, bike riding, parties, people, and most of all being your pastor.


Trinity Presbyterian

www.tpctacoma.org [cached]

Harlan Shoop , Senior Pastor, was born in Kansas, raised in Colorado, moved to the Northwest in the 70's and has called Tacoma home for longer than anywhere else.He has been in youth ministry, a stint in the business world (not long) and then worked as a lay pastor in Yakima.He came to Tacoma after attending seminary in Scotland at the University of Aberdeen.His first call in Tacoma was to University Place Presbyterian Church and now has been at Trinity for the past five years.Harlan and his wife, Sue, have 4 children that are all grown and on their own.They also have 9 grandchildren.He enjoys fishing, bike riding, parties, people, and most of all being your pastor.


The Mutual Support of Church Families | Presbyterians For Renewal - Missional Leadership for Presbyterian Congregations

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Harlan Shoop is pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in a multicultural neighborhood of Tacoma, Washington.

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Harlan Shoop: It's tough to define family today.
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Harlan: Time pressure!
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Harlan: Our particular context is not to be overly programmed.
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Harlan: We encourage families to center around worship, small groups, and mission.
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Harlan: Being in community and being able to pray with and for others is incredibly important, and it doesn't happen anywhere else.
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Harlan: Earlier I mentioned that teen on the run. Her mother, a single parent, had never experienced Christian community before, but here a group of people rallied around her and cared about her. Only a few people knew her situation, but every Sunday morning lots of people greeted her by name and hugged her. It was a powerful experience for a woman whose life has not been stable. She has struggled with drug addiction and the difficulties of being a single mom; she has been in and out of relationships. Just being in a group of people who love Jesus and love her has made a huge difference in her life and continues to do so. She has found a sense of belonging here.
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Harlan: I would hope that everything we do strengthens families--small groups that include children, Bible studies for men and women, marriage retreats.
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Harlan: In an effort to reach out to the neighborhood, we've invited family groups in for a dialog about raising children and discussion about issues that impact their families.
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Harlan: The word relevant is troublesome to me. Was Jesus relevant? He certainly was right. The way Jesus approached things was to be continually in dialog with people on the margins. He squared off with the religious people. If we are going to be relevant, we must be relevant in the places where Jesus was relevant. He went after the broken-hearted, the lame, the poor--and they were the ones attracted to him.
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Harlan: Preach it brother!
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Harlan: I appreciate that the church has provided an intergenerational community around us, friendships with other families in the context of the Body of Christ.

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