Cornerstone Conversations with Pastor Horner: A cornerstone, one of the first stones in a foundation, is important because it aligns the whole structure. Join Pastor Horner at Cornerstone Coffeehouse (2133 Market Street, Camp Hill) for conversation about your questions of faith, worship, and/or Trinity's mission and ministry. Stop by anytime from 4-6 pm on Wednesday, January 25. This time isn't good? Tell Pastor Horner what works for you (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Men's Breakfast Gathering will meet on Saturday, February 4, at Perkins Restaurant, 7 Erford Road, Lemoyne. All men and their friends are invited. We start at 8 and end at 9:30. Join us for a good breakfast, good company, and an interesting discussion. Breakfast will be "pay your own." The breakfast Gathering is relaxed and informal. Contact George Enney at email@example.com if you have any questions.
YG BOWLING is NEXT Sunday, January 29, from 6:15 - 8:30 pm at Trindle Bowl. It is open to all YG in grades 6-12 and their friends. The cost is $6.50 for two games and shoes. Please bring exact change! All food and snacks are additional--and on you (there's a snack bar). Remember, we are meeting at the bowling alley! We are NOT providing any rides from the church. Meet there at 6:15 pm in the lobby at Trindle Bowl. This is a great event to bring some friends to, so please do!!
Please help: Spend a night at the homeless shelter. Becky Enney and Joe Hunter are looking for volunteers to take an overnight turn hosting at the Homeless Shelter in Harrisburg during the week of February 19 to February 25. Sign-up sheet and more information is in the Gathering Space. As People of God, we are called to minister to each of these homeless men and to see the Christ in them, for when we help the least of us, we are helping Jesus!
Help victims of domestic violence: Donation box in Gathering Space. Following are items needed for women/children staying in the shelter run by Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland & Perry Counties: diapers (sz. 3, 4, 5), baby wipes, laundry detergent, paper towels, socks and underwear for women and children, infant formula, paper towels, Giant gift cards.
Trinity's financials finished 2016 on a strong note. November ended with a 2016 operating deficit of $52,000, but strong giving in December allowed us to end the year with a $14,000 operating balance. The balance resulted from both receipts and expenses being under the 2016 budget, 3% and 4% respectively. The first $10,000 of the operating balance allows us to balance our 2017 budget. The remaining $4000 will be split between the Lower Susquehanna Synod and Trinity's property maintenance reserves. Thank you for the Christmas season giving.