At Trinity we welcome all Children and Families!
We offer many fun programs specially focused on Children and Families. We hope that you will join us to see all of the exciting things that are happening!
Our Children’s Christmas Eve service was spectacular and it would not have been possible without the help of so many. Thank you to all of our teachers and volunteers who helped to make the evening so special. Thank you to all of our kids who shared their talents with so many and so beautifully shared the good news that “Jesus is Born!” with over 800 visitors! Thank you to all of the parents who stepped up to help with stage crew, greeting, communion, handing out goody bags, and more! Thank you to all of you who so patiently waited while we safely got your kids out of their costumes and ready to head out for your Christmas Eve celebrations. We hope that you had a blessed holiday! Take a look through the pictures from the evening and feel free to download any for your own use.
Faith Connect Kids!
Our classes are in full swing, but you are welcome to join us at any time! Class is from 9:45 – 10:45 am every Sunday morning. Register now!
Parents – Check out our new adult Faith Connection Classes
We are excited to offer some new, and returning, Faith Connection Classes this winter. Click here to check out the new winter brochure. Join any class at any time!
It may be cold outside, but things are heating up inside Trinity!
Chili Cook-Off – Sunday, January 20
Don’t miss the chili cook-off! You won’t have to worry if it’s cold outside on Sunday, January 20, because you’ll be warm and cozy tasting all kinds of chili and drinking hot beverages at our 7th annual chili cook-off immediately following late services. Sign up at https://www.timetosignup.com/trinitycamphill (click on “Fellowship Dinners”) or in the Gathering Space. Make a pot of chili, or bring cornbread, or help set up/clean up, or just attend! Win prizes for Traditional and Non-Traditional chili, or compete just to get bragging rights for next year. Enjoy the Hot Cocoa Bar (bring your favorite mug) and have your picture taken with the Dancing Chili Peppers. Maybe we’ll even have a spontaneous kids’ dance party!
Are you interested in becoming a member of Trinity? Now is the time to join us!
Whether you have been worshiping with us for a while or are completely new to the church, we are blessed that God has brought you to us. We hope that you will be inspired by the music, word, and sacrament that we share together each week. If you are interested in learning more about our church or path to membership, we recommend you attend our DISCOVER TRINITY and BEGIN classes. Both are hosted several times each year. Registration encouraged, but not required. Free Child Care provided for infants through Grade 5. If you are certain you plan to kindly RSVP here or directly with Kelly Falck at firstname.lastname@example.org
BEGIN: Becoming a Trinity Member
Sundays, January 13, 20, 27, and February 3
9:45 – 10:45 am
Led by all of Trinity’s pastors, and Program Staff
Based on Acts 2: 42-47
Meet our Pastors and staff as you learn about the beliefs and traditions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and discover more about how we WORSHIP, CONNECT, AND SERVE together at Trinity. Visit our New Member page to learn more!
Parenting with you – each step of the way!
You’re not in this alone! Being a parent can be exciting, joyful, frustrating, and downright complicated. Trinity wants you to know we’re with you each step of the way. You’re doing good work! Visit our Parents page for more articles and helpful links.
What’s on Your Christmas List?
You probably have lots of vivid memories that come to mind when you remember celebrating Christmas as a kid.
• Bundling up in the car to look at the neighbors’ lights.
• Decorating the tree while listening to Bing Crosby and Nat King Cole.
• Making Christmas sugar cookies with Grandma . . . and leaving enough icing so you can lick the bowl. (Read More)
An Imperfect Christmas
It’s no secret that Christmas can be one of the most stressful times of the year.
And the tension is that by this point, Christmas Eve, all the ‘how to avoid stress’ tips from the I’ve-got-everything-together-why-don’t-you people seem too little too late:
• Start your shopping early. (Some of you are reading this on your phone at the mall. There are three more shopping hours till Christmas, right?)
• Eat in moderation. (But you’ve already been to six Christmas parties, and Christmas has barely begun.)
• Spend less. (You tried. Really tried.) Read More)
Blending Families During the Holidays
It was our first Christmas Eve, the dishes were piled in the kitchen after a traditional New Mexican meal of Posole and fresh-made tamales. The tree was glistening and Christmas music filled the house. Fresh baked cookies and homemade candies overflowed tins to the delight every sweet tooth in the house. Every detail was perfect… but every heart, was a little on edge. See, it was our first Christmas together as a newly blended family. Even as I write these words, a lump forms in my throat thinking about all the emotions associated with those first few holidays as a new “blending” family. (Read More)
One of our NEW Faith Connection classes for adults this fall! Stop by anytime to share, discuss, laugh and learn. Sundays at 9:45am in Room 234. Limited copies of book available at Trinity or you may purchase the book here.
Most Thursdays at 6:30 pm in Room 227
Returns March 7th
Trinity is pleased to offer this Christ-centered, video-based ministry designed to support those walking this difficult journey. This is 13 week session but join anytime, or tell a friend! Email the leader with any questions you have!