In the Sanctuary at 8:30AM and 11AM -
a blended service of traditional and contemporary elements with communion

In the hall at 9:45AM
scripture, prayer, and creative response with communion

Worship each Sunday @ 8:30AM, 9:45AM, and 11AM

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Friday, September 18, 2015


This Sunday will not be an ordinary Sunday at Trinity. Truth be told, we don't really have ordinary Sundays because after all, when you gather in the presence of God, normal because something else altogether. During worship we will collect food for the Food Pantry in the shopping cart in the narthex (entrance) to the sanctuary. During worship we will dedicate the already completed Hygiene Kits bound for world emergencies through Lutheran World Relief (LWR). Our worship will focus on justice with reflections and updates from our Justice Ministry Team. We'll take a few minutes after communion to hold a brief special congregational meeting to consider two important projects that require congregational approval - the updating our handicapped parking spaces and the replacement of our leaky flat roof over the office.  We will hold Bob Manrodt and his family in our prayers at the recent death of his beloved wife, Marion. (Memorial Service details are TBD).  Following each worship service we will engage in various projects as part of our celebration of “God’s Work – Our Hands” Sunday: Making more LWR-bound hygiene kits (We still need seven 27” x 52” towels by the way) , sorting and putting away food for the food pantry, helping to make LWR quilts with Kristin, boxing up cookies and writing notes of encouragement for our college kids, working in the Memorial Garden – there is something for everyone!  For the early services there will be breakfasty things and for the later services Folks are bringing some food – plus we will order pizza.

Sort of a normal-ish Sunday for us made extraordinary in and through Christ J

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