Join us Wednesday in Lent (March 13-April 10) for a midweek checkpoint. Each evening has three components spanning 6:00-8:00 pm:
- 6:00 pm Soup Supper
- 6:40 pm Community of Faith discussion groups
- 7:20 pm Worship in the Chancel
Each soup supper is coordinated by one of our ministry teams, but any and all volunteers are sought to provide soup and assist. Check out the bulletin boards in the parlor or contact the church office if you can help.
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.
Some of our crocheting hands (the baguettes!) delivered sleeping mats for the homeless to the Bucks County Opportunity Council on January 28. Each mat consists of 750-800 bags! These water-proof mats will keep blankets and clothing dry, and are light to store and carry. Thank you to our crocheting volunteers and to the baguettes to delivered the latest creations!
In the case of inclement weather, information about schedule changes and cancellations are shared on our website, voicemail, and social media. Email notifications will be shared when staff can access the office to reach our contacts via email@example.com.
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.
A very full edition of the Trinity Chimes Newsletter contains the latest information for November, December, and January! Please check it out. Contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to receive the newsletter via email.
A fall edition of the Trinity Chimes is available! This extended edition contains information about Faith Formation, programs restarting this September, as well as community opportunities through service projects and the Pennridge CROP Walk. Check it out.
The July / August Trinity Chimes is available and includes details about summer mission trips, Vacation Bible School, and how we are supporting FISH this summer. Check it out!