Starting April 18, we invite you to join us in Adult Rooms 3&4 on Sundays at 10:30am to further engage scripture from the morning sermon. This will be an informal time of scripture discussion and community building with one another.
Trinity's Leadership Team has organized several informational gatherings for those at Trinity who have questions and are interested in the Vision 2020 process. Gatherings will be offered the week of April 18-25. Each gathering will include a presentation by the Leadership Team, followed with a time for Q&A. To sign up and view gathering times, visit connectwithtrinity.com/signups.
We are relaunching our coffee ministry and are looking for volunteers! Volunteers make coffee and replenish cups, sugar, and creamer. Volunteers typically serve once a month. If you'd like to get connected with this ministry, sign up at connectwithtrinity.com/signups or at the coffee cafe.
Trinity is partnering with Hope Haven to help build the padded parts of wheelchairs that are sent to children and adults in need all over the world. Sign up at connectwithtrinity.com/signups to serve with this ministry.
Budget Preview Sessions will be held on Sunday, April 25 at 9:00 and 10:30am in Adult Rooms 1&2. Voting for the 2021/2022 budget & consistory will happen on Sunday, May 2. Members can vote YES or NO in-person at Trinity or via an electronic ballot that will be emailed to members. At our Congregational Gathering (on May 2, immediately following the 10:30 service), Leadership Team slate members will draw lots to determine who serves. This brief 30 minute gathering will be available to watch via livestream.
We invite you to further engage scripture and discipleship tools from our new sermon series, "Cultivate: Life In The Spirit" at connectwithtrinity.com/cultivate. There you will find Scripture readings centered on the weekly fruit of the Spirit, reflection and application questions, sermon text questions and suggestions for cultivating weekly fruit.
"Zambia Home" is the final book in Jeff Barker's trilogy about missionary nurse Arlene Schuiteman. This third book follows her after her ejection during the Ethiopian communist revolution. While renewing her midwifery skills at her alma mater in Kentucky, she is called to Zambia for the final decade of her missionary journey. She struggles with malaria, demons, and finally, a mysterious new disease that covers the world in the 1980s. Copies of "Zambia Home" are available at the Welcome Center for a suggested donation of $10.
In the month of April, we ask you to pray with us for our mission partners Rob & Kristi Dillingham in Alaska, Grace Covenant Ministries in Kentucky, and JJ TenClay in New York.Visit connectwithtrinity.com/missions to see specific prayer requests and learn more about their work.
There are information and registration packets in the Children's Area. If your child is interested in attending one of the Inspiration Hills camps, Trinity will help cover 1/2 of the cost of the basic camp fee ($180 max). When you fill out the registration, indicate Trinity Reformed Church as your home church, and send in payment for your half of the camp, plus any incidental costs. Trinity will be billed directly from Inspiration Hills for the balance due. If you have any questions, contact Laurie Kurtz in the church office at 712-737-4542.