Mardi Gras in May was a fundraiser to benefit the Lower Susquehanna Synod’s Always Being Made New campaign for youth and young adult programs. It was a delightfully festive event.
Many think of Lent as a time to give things up—to make sacrifices—as Jesus did for us. But Lent can also be a time to take things on—to make deliberate choices to live your life like Christ has called you to do—to serve all people, following the example of Jesus. This Lenten season our Faith Connect Kids! will take on the task of serving others through “40 Days of Kindness!” We’ll share God’s love with friends and family both in the church and in the community.
Our annual Chili Cook Off features a wide variety of traditional and creative chilies with our chili chefs vying to have their chilies voted best in class and to be awarded the much coveted Chili Trophy! It is a wonderful family experience each year.
The following are images, in no particular order, from our various Christmas Eve services – 2:00 pm Traditional Service; 4:00 pm For Kids By Kids service; 7:00 pm Contemporary Service; 8:30 pm Traditional Service; 11:00 pm Lessons and Carols Service.
On Sunday, November 18, 2018, Trinity held its annual Thanks & Giving event where we share from our abundance as our way of giving thanks to God for all His wonderful gifts.
Results of Thanks & Giving:
* Hundreds of pounds of turkey roasted and carved
* Thanksgiving cards drawn/decorated by Trinity kids
* Almost 300 pounds of non-perishable food collected and taken to New Hope Ministry
* 230 meals packaged and delivered to elderly Trinity members and members of our surrounding communities
* 18 meals taken to Susquehanna Safe Harbor homeless shelter
* All remaining food delivered to Bethesda Mission
THANK YOU to all 130+ volunteers who made these results happen!