Us for Worship
Thursday: 6:30 PM
Saturday: 5:30 PM
8:30, 10:45 & 11:00 AM
3rd Sunday: 12:30 PM,
Service of Healing
Holy Communion is celebrated
at all of the above services.
This week's theme:
Remembrance” On the
Festival of All Saints, we remember Trinity members
and friends who have died since the previous All
Saints Day. Litany of the Saints, lit votives, a
tolling bell, names lifted up in prayer, and a live
art creation of the theme “Perpetual Worship” by Amy
Heinly and Patty Marshall, highlight this year’s All
Saints celebration. Many of us have also written
names of loved ones on fabric frontals which grace
the altars in the Nave and Fellowship Hall this
calendars now for these special services.
November 26, 7:00 pm - Nave
Wednesdays, December 3, 10, 17
7:00 am -- Fellowship Hall
Followed by a light breakfast
Thursdays, December 4, 11, 18
6:30 pm – Chapel
Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24
2:00 and 8:30 pm – Holy Communion, Candlelighting –
4:00 pm – “A Night Like No Other” – Children’s
Choirs – Nave
7:00 pm – Holy Communion, Candlelighting –
11:00 pm – Lessons and Carols – Nave
Christmas Day, Thursday, December 25
10:00 am – Nave
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Congratulations to Carol Mills and David Bayne who
were married on October 25.
Welcome to Ava Grace, daughter of Tammy (Buffington)
and Ryan Walters, and Julia Grace and Connor Leland,
children of Kimberly Wood Dierwechter and Steven
Dierwechter, who were baptized on October 26.
Tom Notestine, November 5-10.
Blood pressure screening is offered in the
chapel narthex at 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon on
Sunday, November 2.
Fair-trade coffee, tea, and chocolate are
available for purchase in the Gathering Space after
services on Sunday, November 2. New items include
honey, new chocolate bar flavors and single-serve
(K) cups of regular and decaf coffee.
Our hospitalized and at-home members are
listed in the narthex and the Gathering Space tract
rack. Your prayers, cards, and visits to them are
invited so that Christ may be glorified by the
manner in which His people care for each other. If
you are hospitalized, please be sure to have someone
notify the church office since hospitals and nursing
homes no longer contact us.
Do you have a
loved one serving in the military? Help us
update our list of military personnel by contacting
Tom Notestine in the church office
Giving: Members of the congregation are
encouraged to submit their Estimates of Giving (EOGs)
for 2015 by placing them in the offering, or mailing
them to the church office. Please prayerfully
reflect and consider growing in your support of our
ministry. EOGs help in our budgeting and planning
for the future. Remember, together we can do more!
2015 Estimate of Giving Form
Time ends on Saturday, November 1. Be sure to
turn your clocks back one hour.
The Youth Group
would like to thank the congregation
and all friends and family for supporting us with
Pasta Nite 2014. With your help we were able to
raise funds to help with some future Youth Group
events, including the 2015 ELCA National Youth
Gathering in Detroit. Thanks for supporting the
Youth Group. P.S. Sorry about the meatball hold-up
and for running out of salad. We will correct this
for next year.
Services will host a Service of Healing with Bishop
Dunlop on Sunday November 23, 2014 at 3 PM. This
Service will be held at LIFE Lutheran Services at
1920 Good Hope Road , Enola PA 17025.
Refreshments, fellowship and tours of the LIFE
Center will follow the service.
Calling All Jr.
High! Come on out for the next Jr. High Nite on
Sunday, November 2, from 6-8:30pm. Be there for all
of the fun and fellowship! Bring lots of friends and
lots of snacks. Pizza and drinks will be provided.
IMPORTANT: YG Winter Retreat sign-up's begin on this
Nite for you (so you'll want to be there)!
Attention, Attention! "CURRENT" #2 is on
Wednesday, November 5, from 6-7:30 pm, and it is for
everyone in grades 6-12. CURRENT will include dinner
and discussion of a topic or event from the news. We
will talk about these topics from a Christian
perspective and openly share our thoughts and
opinions. Bring yourselves, your voices, and (as
always) your friends to this new faith building
opportunity. Current will be held the first
Wednesday of every month.
Book Discussion Group
has chosen its books
through December, 2014. You are invited to read the
book and join the discussion on the third Sunday of
each month at 9:30 a.m. in Room 237.
November 16 - Five Equations
that Changed the World: The Power and Poetry of
Mathematics, by Michael Guillen; December 14
- Skipping Christmas, by John
For more information about the book discussion group, please contact Craig Staller at
or 717-921-1957reception desk in the Gathering
Religion and Life Issues Class
The ELCA Social
Statement - Human Sexuality: Gift and Trust will be
the topic of discussion on Sunday, November 2 at
9:30 am in room 237. Pastors Horner and Easton will
facilitate this class. Copies of the statement will
be available at the reception desk in the Gathering
The statement is also
available online at:
The Wired WORD
(room 126): Every day we are bombarded by
headline news from around the world and here at
home. Where does GOD fit in? Bring your coffee and
join us as each week as we examine current event
headlines through the lens of God's WORD.
calendar - Women's Wednesday Morning Bible Study
Children of the Day - 1st and 2nd
Thessalonians - A Bible study led by Beth Moore
Wednesday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. in room 237
10 sessions from January 14 to March 18, 2015
Babysitting will be available
For questions or registration, call Judy Trissler at
795-5919 or Bert Weaver at 697-3259
Blessing Boxes - Living with Gratitude
Please place your box in a
place you will see daily and when your feel blessed,
place an offering in the box! Women who use a
blessing box tend to see God’s abundance and
blessing more than scarcity and hardship! Monies
this year will go to Camp Nawakwa. If you don’t have
a blessing box contact Mitzi Jones 805-7243
November 1st – Camp Hebron Fall Retreat (for
those already registered)
November 2nd – Blanket Sunday - $5 will
provide a blanket to those in need.
November Circle Meetings:
Women of the Bible – Bible Study Circle Meetings
Please note: study packets will be made available
during each circle session. If you wish to take
lessons home, there is a $3.00 fee.
November 3rd - Esther Circle – 6:30 pm in the
November 4th - Deborah Circle – 9:30 am in the
November 4th - Elizabeth /Ruth Circle – 1 pm in the
November 9th - Sarah Circle – 9:30 am in Room 237
November 6th - Intercessory Prayer - 1:00
November 18th -Sewing Ministry – 9:00 am –
3:00 pm Room 237
November 20th - Prayer Shawl Ministry – 3:00
pm Room 121
(If you know someone who is in poor health and
could use a prayer shawl, please contact
Kay Range at 697-1871.)
December 6, 2014 – Christmas Luncheon
10:00 am - Cookies will be packed for the homebound
11:30 am - Luncheon with a special story read by
Judy Collins and a special guest! Bring your spouse,
children and grandchildren.
Tickets can be purchased at the Gathering Space on
November 22 & 23 and November 29 & 30.
$6.00 adults, $3.00 children and children under 6
Women of Trinity Purpose Statement:
As a community of women created in the image of God,
called to discipleship in Jesus Christ, and empower,
we commit ourselves to grow in faith, affirm our
gifts, support one another in our callings, engage
in ministry and action, and promote healing and
wholeness in the church, the society, and the world.
The Men’s Breakfast Gathering will meet on
November 1 at Tom Drye’s home, 4300 Woodcrest Lane,
Camp Hill. Something new this one time – all men
and their wives are invited. Seating is limited!
Breakfast will start at 8. Join us for a good
breakfast, good company, and an interesting
discussion. We will end at 9:30. The breakfast
gathering is relaxed and informal. Call Tom and
Linda 763-7890 or e-mail
email@example.com to help in their planning
the food and if you have any questions.
Pad sign-in information is collected each week
after worship. The traditional service needs a
volunteer for the first Sunday of each month and a
fifth Sunday when it occurs. Please contact Judy
firstname.lastname@example.org or 737-8635, if
you are able to help with this ministry.
Ministry team works with children who attend the
Camp Curtin YMCA. The center’s after school
program focuses on academics with little time spent
on the arts. There is an opportunity to work with
the children on arts and craft projects, performing
arts and music. If you are interested and want more
information, please contact Jane Coover at
Jec201@comcast.net or complete an
Seasonal Decorating at Trinity begins in November.
Volunteers are needed several hours each week
beginning late-November. If you are able to help
prepare the Advent wreaths, decorate windowsills or
place poinsettias throughout the church, please
insert or call Kathy Powers at 761-2907.
New volunteers are needed to serve on the flower
delivery team. Altar flowers are delivered to
Trinity members in the local hospitals. Please
orange insert is you are able to serve on a
Men of Trinity Special Needs Program is
looking for men interested in meeting, and/or
calling, other men that may be dealing with
extraordinary issues in their life. This may
include, but is not limited to, a serious illness,
or the death of a spouse or family member. If you
think that you would be interested in being a part
of this ministry to the men of the congregation,
please complete an
“Seeding the Future” – a Camp Nawakwa Benefit - Mark
your calendars for Sunday, March 22, 2015 for
Trinity’s Dinner and Silent Auction to benefit Camp
Nawakwa’s “Seeding the Future” Campaign. Dinner will
be served from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m., followed with a
program from 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. The Silent Auction
will conclude at the end of the dinner.
Sunday is November 2.
There is an envelope included in the bulletin for
your donation. Please make checks payable to Trinity
Lutheran Church with Blankets on the memo line.
Thank you for your generosity.
Affiliated Child Care Centers) are selling Chocolate
Advent Calendars starting October 26 through the
month of November. The calendars are $5 each and the
proceeds will benefit the CACCC scholarship fund.
When parents go back to work they often need a
short-term “scholarship” before they obtain
assistance from the childcare network. Your support
helps to ensure that young children have quality
childcare when their parents go back to work.
Overseas Military Coupon Project:
Weekly, we collect coupons that are
no more than 1 month expired
and individually cut before being placed in the box
near the front entrance. Coupons cannot be for
specific stores or rebates since the overseas
families cannot use them.
Shawls can be used by persons for countless
reasons. Some occasional uses are during an illness
and recovery, prior to medical procedures and as a
comfort after a loss or during bereavement. Prayer
squares are pocket size and can be placed in a
handbag, a book or in an office desk drawer. The
possibilities are numerous. If you or someone you
know would benefit from having a shawl or square,
please contact Kay Range at 697-1871.
Food Pantry needs -
Each Sunday of every month food can be brought
to the church for the Food Pantry. Please
place your non-perishable food items in the food box
in the Collection Closet in the Gathering Space, or
the baskets in the narthex. Some needed items are
soup, noodles, baked beans, canned fruit and
vegetables, peanut butter, spaghetti and spaghetti
sauce, baby food, powdered milk, tea bags, canned
juice and canned meats. Thank you for your
Women of Trinity
collects both Campbells’ product labels and Box Tops
for Education for Foose and Downey Elementary
Schools in Harrisburg. Please bring UPC codes or Box
Tops for Education labels from BIC, Campbell’s
products, Pop Secret, Franco American, Pace,
Pepperidge Farms, Post Cereals, Prego, Emerald Nuts,
Glad Food storage bags and containers, Betty
Crocker, General Mills, Scott paper products and V8
products. The collection box is on the table under
the Centennial Quilt just inside the Gathering Space
Space art display
Please join us Sunday, December 7, after the
11:00 am service for a pot luck dinner in
recognition of Judy Collins for her service to
our congregation and to celebrate her upcoming
retirement. A sign-up sheet is located at the
reception desk. Please complete the requested
information so that we can adequately plan for the
occasion. We are also developing a Memory Book for
Judy and we ask for your letters, cards, post cards,
and/or comments by November 26 so that they may be
included. Please send them to the church office to
the attention of the A&P Committee.
Annual Quilt Auction:
Never been to church camp and would like to take a
look? Or maybe you are a passionate supporter of
Camp! Either way, come to Camp Nawakwa for the
Annual Quilt Auction on Sunday, November 2. The
Silent Auction at 2:00 pm offers a wide variety of
craft items and the Live Auction of quilts begins at
3:00 pm. A dinner follows the auction. Register for
the event by calling in the number attending to the
Camp Office at 717-677-8211. Check out our display
in the Gathering Space. Rain or shine, snow or
sleet! Fill up your car after church with family and
friends and spend an afternoon at Camp Nawakwa!
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