A pancake breakfast will be offered on Sunday, May 6 during the 9:15 am Education Hour. The event, dubbed “hotcakes for Haiti,” will benefit those preparing to take a mission trip to Haiti this coming June. Hope you can join us; suggested donation is at least $5 per person.
The Trinity Chimes newsletter for Spring 2018 is available! Check out exciting things that have happened and that are planned. Summer Worship will begin June 17 at 9:30 am.
During our weekly Education Hour, Sundays at 9:15 am, Adult Forum discusses various topics and concerns. The month of April will highlight other faith traditions and how they play a role in shapin our existence and witness.
April 8: Interreligious conversation: Why do other religions matter to us?
April15: Interreligious dialogue: guest speaker from Temple Judea
April 22: Cross generational Earth Day activities, or Addictions/Opiate Task Force conversation.
For those attending the Earth Day event, donations of recyclable materials (cardboard, plastic, and glass) are needed for a craft project. Place donations in the box under the coat rack in the Fellowship Hall.
April 29: Interreligious dialogue. Guest: Rubina Tareen, Interfaith Chaplain at Alvernia University.
The Trinity Chimes for February – April 2018 is here! Check it out for information through Lent and Easter Sunday.
This Lent, we will discuss the five baptismal covenants. You’re welcome to join us at any time on a Sunday morning or Wednesday evening – all of that information is available in this newsletter edition.
On Sunday, February 4, Trinity will welcome Seminarian Ann Shade into our community in Christ. Ann is a first-year seminary student at United Lutheran Seminary, studying to become a pastor in the ELCA. As part of her formation, she is assigned to our congregation to try out her gifts and skills in a pastoral role. She will observe our ministry, build relationships, assist with worship leadership, education and visitation. Welcome Seminarian Ann! We are blessed to accompany you on your seminary journey.
In the case of inclement weather, information about schedule changes and cancellations are shared on our website, voicemail, and via email to those in our contacts via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the Pennridge School District calls an early dismissal, offices will closed and evening rehearsals and events are cancelled.
If the PSD closes, evening events will most likely be held but based on parking/sidewalk conditions.
If the PSD operates on a 2-hour delay, offices will open on regular time unless conditions warrant otherwise.
Executive Council members and staff will help events coordinators decide if/when events need to be postponed or cancelled due to weather. When at all possible, decisions about morning events will be made by 8:00 pm the prior evening.
The November and December 2017 Chimes is packed full of information! Be sure to check it out, share with a friend, and contact the church office so we can put you in touch with event coordinators.
A Trinity Chimes was published for September 17. Get your copy of the Fall 2017 newsletter here! Black and white copies are available at the welcome center in the parlor entryway.