Children ages 3 through entering 6th grade are invited to VBS 2019 (flyer).
Downloadable Registration Form: 2019 VBS registration
VBS 2019 On-line Registration form (deadline 7/28):
Volunteer on-line sign-up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0944AEAA2B0-vbs2019
The next edition of the Trinity Chimes newsletter went “LIVE” today! Check it out… there’s info into the month of August. Lots is upcoming as we approach the close of the program year and transition into summer worship.
Have you visited the Coming Soon Cafe?! The main level of Trinity’s gathering space, where the parlor/library area was located has been reconfigured for a cafe setting. As our building task force meets in the coming months to imagine and dream how our facilities at Fifth & Chestnut Streets can better meet our ministry needs, the cafe will allow us to try a new setting and engage in conversation.
There is a sign up sheet for members and friends to supply donuts or treats on Sunday morning. The coffee pots and coffee as well as a large selection of tea are already there! Stop by and sign up on the clip board. Thank you to Brett and Courtney Bauz for spear-heading this project and setting the stage for conversation and imagining!
Trinity’s April 2019 calendar of events. We hope that you can join us!
The Trinity Chimes newsletter for February, March, April 2019 is available! This edition is packed full of information. Hard copies in black and white will be available at the welcome center in the parlor entryway.
Drew Lutz-Long will facilitate discussions on Sunday, February 3 and 10, about Trinity’s history. A power point presentation and a few displays will be offered. Discussions will be held in the church sanctuary. Learn fun and perplexing facts and tidbitery about the community of faith at Fifth & Chestnut streets!
Tidbitery: stories and tidbits compiled while researching archives. Term credit: Brian Landes
The number of Americans living in food-insecure households is now over 46 million, which means 1 in 8 people and 1 in 5 children struggles with hunger. Since 1990, “Souper Bowl of Caring” has been encouraging congregations across the nation to work together around the time of the Super Bowl to fight hunger and poverty in their local communities.
Support the annual “Souper Bowl of Caring” on Sunday, Feb. 3 by bringing your donations of soup and canned goods for the Pennridge FISH food pantry. Vote for your choice of winning team with your monetary donation. Please make checks payable to Trinity with “FISH” in the memo line.