Trinity Weekly - Trinity Lutheran Church

January 24 & 25, 2015
OUR MISSION
We are an inviting congregation
growing in faith through worship,
learning, serving, and fellowship.
OUR VISION
Responding to God’s grace, Trinity
Lutheran Church is a community of
disciples that values everyone and
expresses faith by connecting with
God, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and
all creation through worship,
learning, serving, and fellowship.
IN HYSON HALL THIS SUNDAY
Computers for CAT Survey
WELCA Table
St. Olaf Ticket Sales
Brunch at Noon
THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY
AT A GLANCE:
Trinity Information…………………………………………….2
Discipleship Opportunities and TLC Announcements...3-12
Taking Faith Home………………………………….…....9-10
Financial Peace University………………..…………….Insert
Memorials, Honorariums, Sponsorships..............…….... 13
Prayer Corner………………………………………………..14
Who’s Serving…………………………………………...…..15
Calendar ……………………………………………………..16
RECONCILING
IN CHRIST
SUNDAY
All are Welcome
 All are Welcome  All are Welcome
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Welcome to Trinity Lutheran Church
If you are visiting our congregation for the first time, WELCOME!
We are glad you came to worship with us today. If you are a visitor, please stop by the Welcome
and Information Center located in the lobby and sign our guest book. We will be happy to answer
any of your questions and feel free to introduce yourself.
Please follow the Worship Folder to participate.
We celebrate Communion almost every worship experience here at Trinity.
All are invited to come forward to receive the Sacrament. Communion is celebrated by Intinction.
Radio Broadcast at 11:00 a.m. on WNPV (1440 AM)
Saturdays at 5:30 p.m.
Sundays at 8:15 a.m.
Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
Sundays at 10:45 a.m.
A casual and intimate
worship experience
in the chapel.
A lively experience
with upbeat music,
present-day wording,
children's sermon,
biblical storytelling,
musical leadership.
A quieter, more
reflective worship
experience with
hymns, scripture, and
biblical storytelling.
A traditional worship
experience with the
familiar Lutheran liturgy, children's sermon,
biblical storytelling,
and choral leadership.
Trinity is a Reconciling
in Christ congregation
COMMUNION - The church offers grape juice and gluten-free
wafers for those with certain diet restrictions.
NURSERY care for infants and young children through
kindergarten age is available during worship beginning at 8:15
a.m. in Room 124.
LARGE-PRINT BULLETINS AND TODAY’S BIBLE PASSAGES
are available at the Welcome Center in the Lobby or from an
usher.
SEATING FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED 9:45 a.m. Service
Only- Please reserve the first pew on the pulpit side (Valley Forge
Road side) for members of the DEAF community and those with
hearing impairments wanting to watch interpreter.
YOUR FEEDBACK, PLEASE SHARE - There are several ways
you can share your questions, celebrations, concerns, and
suggestions. Use the green and white SHARE forms/envelopes in
the pews, email [email protected], or call the church office at
215-368-1710. Place the forms/envelopes in the offering plate during
worship. And, of course, you can always speak with a pastor, staff or
council member.
WEEKLY ATTENDANCE
January 17 & 18—377
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STAY CONNECTED
 Visit Trinity’s website at
www.trinitylansdale.com
for upcoming events,
happenings, sermons, and
devotions. Plus sign up on the
website to receive weekly
emails with devotions, prayers,
links to the current newsletters,
happenings, ways to serve or
give, and much more.
 Join Trinity Lutheran Church
on Facebook.
 Follow us on Twitter,
tlcLansdale.
 View our videos—sermons,
storytelling, VBS on Vimeo.com
Sunday, January 25th
Join us for the ONE worship service at 9:30 am on
Sunday, January 25th, followed by the annual congregational meeting at 10:30 am. A brunch will be served at
noon for the whole congregation. Nursery will be staffed
during worship and meeting.
SUNDAY SCHOOL Classes will help lead
worship on January 25th so there will be
no Sunday school classes on Jan 25th.
God on Tap Gathering
Join us Monday, January 26th
at 7 p.m. Location to be announced.
This group meets the 4th Monday of the month to enjoy
a beer and talk about our faith and Christianity.
The group is open to all - Christians, non-Christians,
beer drinkers, and designated drivers. All are welcome.
Enjoy the half-priced appetizers with us.
PLANNING OUR
FUTURE TOGETHER
We are inviting active disciples to
complete the Church Assessment
Tool (CAT), an on-line instrument
that will help leaders gauge the
strength, vitality, and trends in our
church. The information gained
from this assessment will be
valuable in helping the leaders of
Trinity Lutheran Church as they
make decisions about the future.
Last week an email with a unique
link to the CAT was sent out. If you
received the email (check your
SPAM folder), please go online by
clicking on the link and tell us
about your experiences in and
priorities for our church. Please
do not discuss the survey or your
answers with others as this may
influence their answers.
Computers and assistance are
available in Hyson Hall on Sunday
morning and in the computer lab
during the week if you need
internet access. Contact Carolyn
Hoagland in the church office to
schedule a session.
All answers are strictly anonymous. We have no way of matching any assessment to a particular
person, so please feel free to
candidly share your perceptions,
opinions and experiences.
Our future together is dependent
on your participation and honest
answers.
Congratulations, Ali Burcham & Michael
McKeever on their Wedding Celebration
Saturday, January 24th, 2015.
If you have questions, please
contact Teri ([email protected]) or
Mark Lanan ([email protected]).
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PRE-SCHOOL REGISTRATION
FOR THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Registration for the 2015-2016 school year has begun.
Children must be 3 years old and 4 years old by
September 15th. The following programs are being
offered for the new school year:
3-year-old and 4-year-old Pre-School Morning Classes
(Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday – 9:15-11:45 am)
4 and 5-year-old Pre-Kindergarten Morning Class
(Monday through Friday – 9:15 – 11:45 am)
Please join us for a
very special journey
in learning!
Lunch Bunch (open to all classes)
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Families will have the opportunity to enroll in September.
If you need more information, or would like to make an
appointment to visit the school, please call 267-498-5913 or
e-mail Lisa Corr at [email protected]
Parents night
out (and some
afternoons)
Family Ministry is sponsoring babysitting for
children ages 0-10 on the following dates:
th
Saturday, February 7 from 6-9 pm
Sunday, March 29th from 1-4 pm
Saturday, April 18th from 6-9 pm
Enjoy a Date Night, go shopping or just
hang without the kids. Mark your calendars
or email Karen Strobel at
[email protected]
Invite friends and family. All are welcome!
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January 28th–
Ham and Scalloped Potatoes
Lansdale Lutheran
Newsletter Deadline
Please submit articles and information by the
following deadline: February 20, 2015
to [email protected]
Senior High Youth Group
SAVE THE DATES!
Feb 1st —Flockey Night
Feb 20th—22nd—SHYG
Feb 28th —Skiing or Sky Zone
March 15th—Service Project
April 25th—Helping Hands Day For Synod
May 3rd—Olympics Night
May 16th—Lehigh Valley Paintball 309 or
Scrimmage
June 7th—Evaluation Meeting, food and
Volleyball
YOUTH GROUPS
Kids Rock (3rd-4th grade)
Meets the first Friday of the month in the
WELL from 6-7:30 pm. Contact Miwa and
Bob Sperring with any questions at
[email protected] Friends are
welcome!
ASP 2015
You are missing the fun!
ASP still has openings for
our trip this summer. We
currently have what
amounts to 4 ½ crews
signed up. We need at least one more adult,
over age 25, and we still have openings for
youth and young adults. Right now, we know
that we are going to Kentucky, which has some
of the poorest counties in the country. Our trip
dates are June 27th to July 6th.
If you are interested in celebrating our 30th
YEAR helping some of the nicest, friendliest,
most thankful people in our country, then come
join us. NO skills are needed, only your 2
hands and a desire to help. There are jobs to
do like building foundations, wallboard, tiling,
painting, and woodworking. Your job might
even be to sit and talk with the families. They
will love you!
We can’t explain it; you have to experience
it! Please contact Karen Wenhold at
215-264-7042 to request an application
packet. We need to have our teams completed
by Feb. 8th, so don’t delay!
CHAOS (5th-6th grade)
Meets the 1st and 3rd Sundays from
6-7:30 pm in the WELL. Contact Karen
Strobel [email protected] or
Sue Slawinski at [email protected]
with any questions. Bring a friend or two
along with you!
Here We Go (7th-9th grade)
We typically meet the 1st and 3rd Sundays
at 7:30 pm in the WELL. Friends are
always welcome!
LUTHERAN NIGHT AT THE PHILLIES
MAY 29, 2015 at 7:05 pm
Tickets are $30.00
Section 413
Seats are limited, contact Vicki Seal to
reserve your seat at
[email protected]
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ADULT FORUM
COUNCIL CLIPPINGS
From January 6th Meeting
January 25, 2015 (No Adult Forum)
Congregational Meeting
February 1, 8, and 15, 2015
Luther as Editor
and Illustrator
Presented by The Rev. Karl Krueger,
Ph.D.-Library Director & Professor of
the History of Christianity
This three-week series examines the
German Bibles that Martin Luther worked
on in 1534 and 1541. It presents Luther
as an editor and illustrator who worked
closely with the printers in Wittenberg so
that text and image would showcase
evangelical theology. The sessions feature
PowerPoint presentations that let us see
and experience the novelty of Luther's
integrative approach. Come, see, and be
enriched.
1. Council approved the 2015 Furnishing Allowance for Pastor Lutz ($5,000) and Pastor
Skilbred’s Housing Allowance ($15,600).
2. Discussed the development of a Narrative
Budget to share at the Congregational
Meeting. It will show in narrative form and
by percentages how the numerical budget
supports Worship (and music), Learning
(faith formation), Serving (social outreach
and benevolence), and Fellowship
(discipleship, ministry support, and caring).
3. The nominating committee has recommended and will present Barbara Rodgers and
Jake Loburak to fill church council positions
of Hannah Shade and Jeff Hyson at the
congregational meeting.
4. The congregation will be asked to participate
in the Church Assessment Tool (CAT) which
will provide a clearer picture of who we are
as a church and what our direction/focus
should be for the future.
5. A Thank You letter was received by the
church along with a check for $2,000.00
from the Vuong family, who escaped from
Vietnam and arrived in the US in September
of 1979. They were welcomed and supported by families at Trinity until they could
support themselves. Several members
who were involved in that support are still
members today.
BAD WEATHER
Weather announcements will be
posted on Trinity’s website, Facebook
and announced on WNPV 1440 AM.
To receive an email alert, sign up on trinitylansdale.com to receive emails. The church office,
building and activities typically follow North
Penn School District weather related closures.
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Blood Pressure
Screening this weekend
In the library
Saturday
after the 5:30 pm service
Sunday
after the 9:30 am service and
after the Congregational
Meeting
Sign Ups for Small Groups begin on February 1
Looking for a Lenten discipline to enhance your spiritual journey? Why not
join a small group! The small group/congregational read book is “Custom
Designed Reflection Guide: Ordinary People Hearing God’s Call”. We'll
focus on how God has “Custom Designed” us with special gifts, experiences, and a call. Each of the book’s 12 chapters has a short teaching section
on a facet of our call followed by many reflection exercises. It is organized
under five "P" words. Each of these P words is a section: Power, Places,
Plan, Purpose, and Press on. We will read and discuss, explore and
consider each of the "P" word sections during the weeks of Lent.
Pick up your copy of the book, or stop in Hyson Hall beginning February
1st to purchase one. Contact Andrea Baxter with any questions.
([email protected])
Women’s Retreat
at St. Francis Center for Renewal in Bethlehem, PA
April 24-26, 2015-Registration Form
Name
Address
Phone #
Email Address
Roommate Preference (if selecting a double room)
___________________________________________
___ Check here if you want to share a room with someone but have no preference whom
Payment is due at the time of registration:
$165.00 for double room
$175.00 for a single room
Make checks payable to Trinity Lutheran Church
You may also email your R.S.V.P. to [email protected]
Return your registration form and payment to:
Victoria Seal, Trinity Lutheran Church, 1000 West Main Street, Lansdale, PA 19446
Registration/payments are due by March 1, 2015
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FREE INCOME TAX
PREPARATION ASSISTANCE
North Penn United Way’s Volunteer Income
Tax Assistance (VITA) program, sponsored
by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS),
provides free income tax preparation
assistance to families or individuals whose
annual household income is below $53,000
right here at Trinity. In addition to providing
free tax preparation, VITA works to ensure
everyone in the community receives all of the
tax credits and deductions for which they are
eligible.
Call 2-1-1 or (866) 964-7922 to schedule
your VITA tax preparation appointment
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00
p.m. seven days a week.
VITA services begin on January 26, 2015.
Discipleship
Opportunities
Assisting Ministers: If you would like
to serve as an assisting minister,
contact Sue Sheppard at
[email protected]
Ushers for All Services: If you would
like to serve as an usher at any
service, please contact Vicki Seal at
[email protected] in the church
office or Bob Reitz, [email protected]
Sunday Open & Close Building Team:
Are you interested in either opening or
closing the building every six weeks on
Sunday mornings? We could use
another team. Please contact Vicki Seal
at [email protected] or John
Walz at [email protected] for more
details.
CODE BLUE –A serving opportunity
When the air temperature drops to 20o, CODE BLUE is activated by
Montgomery County and the shelter located in Luther Hall on Trinity
Lutheran’s campus is open for MEN only. Assistance is being sought to
staff three shifts; as well as cooks to provide the evening meal.
Servant Leader Shift Schedule/Responsibilities:.
Intake: (7:30—midnight)
Register guests as they arrive, serve dinner, and visit with the guests.
Overnight: (11:45 pm—6 am) Be awake and aware should someone need help
(We especially need help for overnight shifts)
Breakfast/Cleanup: (5:45—8 am)
Serve breakfast and clean-up guest sleeping area, guest eating/fellowship area and kitchen.
Meal:
Prepare a hot meal for 4-5 people and deliver to the shelter by 8 pm.
To sign up to help or request further information, please send an email to:
[email protected] or check out the table in Hyson Hall.
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Can you GIVE?
January Food
Collection:
Center City Parish
Please consider
bringing in some
much-needed food
and supplies for Center City Parish and
others in emergency need in our community
upon personal request. Leave them in the
large white boxes in the lobby and Hyson
Hall. In-demand items: peanut butter, tuna
fish, canned fruit, canned soup, canned meat,
cereal, pasta, diapers, and baby formula.
Did you remember Trinity
in your will?
A gift in your Will is one of the most valuable
and lasting ways you can leave a legacy and
support the mission and ministry within your
community. Call the church office for more
information, 215-368-1710.
ST. OLAF CHOIR
at Trinity—Mark your calendar!
Sunday, February 8, 2015, 4:00 p.m.
The famous St. Olaf Choir will be performing
at Trinity. Tickets are expected to sell-out.
You can purchase tickets in the church office
and Sundays in Hyson Hall. Tickets are $35
per adult and $15 per student. Tickets are
also available via their website
wp.stolaf.edu/stolaf-choir/
(navigate to Performance Calendar) or
by calling 800-363-5487.
We will also need help with hospitality for
both the choir and concert-goers. Although
all of these needs are not yet known, we do
know they will include such things as help
serving the meal for the choir and handing
out concert programs.
Contact Eric Gombert at
[email protected] or
267-498-5912, if you are able to help in
any way or with questions.
Trinity
Singles Ministry
LUNCH BUNCH – The next luncheon will be Saturday, February 7 at Franconi’s in the Redner’s
shopping center. Lunch will be at 1:00 p.m. Call Irene at 215-368-5833 to reserve your spot.
BIBLE STUDY – Our next bible study is Monday, February 9. We will continue the study of Uppity Women of the Bible. Be sure to read the book of Esther before class. Sign up to bring food
to go with meatball sandwiches. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. in room 125/127. Study begins at 7:30
p.m. You do not have to be single to come to this bible study. Call Judy at 215-855-3212 if you
have questions.
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Trinity’s
Mission
Priorities
Young people are fully
engaged in the life of the
congregation
People feel connected to
one another and the
congregational community
The gifts of people are
recognized, valued and
utilized
The congregational culture
fosters spiritual growth and
learning
C OMMEMORATIONS
FOR THE
Unemployed Support Group
Joseph's People is a non-profit organization that is
dedicated to offering support, guidance, and job
counseling services to people of all faiths who are
unemployed, under-employed and/or seeking
full-time employment.
The Hatfield chapter of Joseph’s People meets
downstairs on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 7:30
pm at St. Maria Goretti. Please use the porch
entrance. Additional information can be found
at www.josephspeople.org
W EEK
As a means of recognizing the witness of exemplary Christians throughout church history,
Evangelical Lutheran Worship includes many commemorations which may be observed in corporate
worship as well as in personal devotions.
Sunday, January 25, 2015-Conversion of Paul
The week of prayer begun by the remembrance of Peter's confession now comes to an end as
we recall the pivotal moment in the life of the other pillar of the early church, the apostle Paul. His
encounter with the risen Christ turned him from persecutor of the followers of Christ to one of
their leaders.
Monday, January 26-Timothy, Titus, and Silas, missionaries
These three early Christian men were missionary companions of the apostle Paul. Timothy became bishop of Ephesus, Titus bishop of Crete, and Silas was imprisoned with Paul at Philippi
until they were delivered by an earthquake.
Tuesday, January 27-Lydia, Dorcas, and Phoebe, witnesses to the faith
Women as well as men were important Christian leaders from the beginning, as demonstrated by
these coworkers of the apostle Paul. Lydia, a seller of purple goods, lent her home for a church;
Dorcas was known for charitable works; and Phoebe was a deacon in the church at Cenchrae.
Wednesday, January 28-Thomas Aquinas, teacher, died 1274
One of the most brilliant and creative theologians in the church's history, Aquinas worked to bring
together scripture and the philosophy of Aristotle. A member of the Order of Preachers
(Dominicans), Aquinas was also a hymnwriter.
From Sundays and Seasons.com. Copyright 2014 Augsburg Fortress. All rights reserved.
Reprinted by permission under Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #20549.
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In Memory
The white carnations in the chancel today announce the
entrance to the church triumphant of
William Kalb on January 15, 2015,
Karl Stotz on January 15, 2015 and
Susan Gallant on January 17, 2015.
M EMORIALS & H ONORARIUMS
Listed below are financial gifts made in memory, honor or celebration to designated ministry funds. Gifts can
be given using the green & white envelope/form in the pews and placed in the offering plate or mailed in.
MISSION & MINISTRY FUND
In memory of William Kalb by Dave and Karen Olson.
PASTORS’ DISCRETIONARY FUND
In memory of George W. Schwarz by Carrie, George, Karen, Linda and Phil.
In memory of Dorothy McVan by Gail McBride and Shannon Scheffler.
TRINITY’S QUILTERS FUND
In memory of Mary Kieras’s mother, Mary Ella Kieras by Margo Brabson,
Charles and Dawn Macy, Nancy Mellon, and Norma Nish.
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
1000 W. Main St., Lansdale, PA 19446-1926
Phone: 215-368-1710
E-mail: [email protected]
www.trinitylansdale.com
Fax: 215-361-1710
Disciples: all the baptized in this congregation gathered for worship and sent out to do what matters to God
Senior Pastor: Paul Lutz
Pastor for Family Ministry: Dane Skilbred
Interim Visitation Pastor: Anita London
Director for Music: Eric Gombert
Associate Director for Music: Andrea Baxter
Associate Parish Musician: Sue Sheppard
Director for Finance & Administration: Michael Scharff
Financial Assistant: Cathy Pezzuti
Director for Discipleship Gifts: Victoria Seal
Director for Early Learning: Lisa Corr
Director for Communication: Victoria Thomas
Assistant to Pastor for Family Ministry: Karen Strobel
Manager for Buildings & Grounds: Dennis Smith
Nursery Coordinator: Cathy Grever
Maintenance Staff: Saci Bartos, Mary Swords-Greene
Church Secretaries: Karen Brown, Carolyn Hoagland
Global Outreach: On Eagle’s Wings, Northern Canada; Bill & Nicole Lohmeyer, Dominican Republic; Young Adult in Global Mission, ELCA
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P RAYER C ORNER
Please pray for the
following people,
places and situations
throughout our
congregation,
community and the
world.
THOSE HOSPITALIZED
Please pray for the people who are
hospitalized or recovering from surgery
and for
those coping
withDAY
illness.
P RAYER
OF THE
 For Judy Fehr and family on the death of her
father, Michael Kasmerski on Monday, January
20, 2015.
 For Susan Gallant’s friends and family on her
death on January 17, 2015.
 For Marge Cunningham and family on the
death of her brother-in-law, William Woosnam
on January 16, 2015.
 For David Kratz and Bev McGuire and families
on the death of their grandfather, Karl Stotz on
January 15, 2015.
 For Diane Kalb and family on the death of her
father, William Kalb on January 15, 2015.
 For Michael Sardanopoli and family on the
death of his grandmother, Alice Tufts on Jan. 9.
John Lower
P RAYER
CONCERN AND CARE.
 For those who are in need of humanitarian
assistance around the world
OF THE DAY
Almighty God,
by grace alone you call us and accept
us in your service.
Strengthen us by your Spirit,
and make us worthy of your call,
through Jesus Christ, our Savior and
Lord. Amen
 For those who are hungry and food insecure.
 For those who are hospitalized, recovering from
surgery and those coping with illness
 For those who are homeless
 For those who protect and defend our country.
All military personnel serving in the United
States Armed Forces and Activated Reserves
 For those looking for employment
 For those affected by violence, war and unrest
CONTACT US
Please remember to contact us at the
church office at 215-368-1710 or email
at [email protected] if you or
someone you know is hospitalized, has
prayer concerns, or of any changes to the
information listed on this page.
NEXT WEEK’s READINGS
Deuteronomy 18:15–20
Mark 1:21–28
Sponsorships available:
Altar Flowers—February 15th,
March 3rd & 30th
Call Karen Brown in the office-215-368-1710
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S ERVING T HIS W EEKEND
Acolytes: Kaitlyn Morse
Lector: 5:30-Karen Strobel
Assisting Minister: 5:30-Norma Nish, 9:30-Anita London, Karen Brown and Jake Loburak
Communion Assisting Ministers: 5:30-Norma Nish, Linda Williams, 9:30-Pastor London,
Karen Brown, Jack Strobel, Daniel Trumpp, Henry Strobel, Jake Loburak
Altar Guild: Barbara Grosch, Becky Krepps, Susan Pashos
Gift Bearers: Youth
Media/Video: Linda Graeff
Ushering Team: Q-Drennan, K-Shade
Nursery: 9;30-Gloria Boesch, Dianne Kalb
Maintenance Support: OPEN-Mark Lanan, CLOSE-Nathan Lanan
Evening Security: Curt Martin (January 25 to January 31)
Greeters: 5:30-Kirsten Hatton (Council Greeter), 9:30: Matthew Brown, Steve Hull (Council
Greeters), Debbie Aleide, Betty & Chip Kern, Jean Abendschein, Jessika Loburak
Welcome and Information Center: 8:00-Peg Francis, 9:30-Katie Risser
Ushering Next Week: Teams J, S, N
S PONSORSHIP
BULLETIN
Available for 2016
ALTAR FLOWERS
In loving memory of my mother and farther, Robert and Naomi Blackledge by their
daughter, Harriet Berry.
Flowers will be distributed by Dave & Mim Mertz to our hospitalized.
RADIO BROADCAST
For all those who hear God’s word through the radio by Julie Kinzel
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T HIS W EEK AT T RINITY
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Worship - 5:30 pm
VITA Income Tax Preparation
Cross-Gen. Worship Rehearsal
Karl Stotz Funeral
Wedding
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Worship - 9:30 am ONLY
Annual Meeting
Congregational Brunch
Parent’s Afternoon Out
CHAOS
Girl Scout Troop 7193
Girl Scout Troop 71030
Monday, January 26, 2015
Gym Time: Kulpsville Comets
Boy Scout Troop 610
God on Tap
Lansdale Community Concerts Mtg
Gym Time: TYA Bolts
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Men in Mission
Al-Anon
VITA Income Tax Prep
Trinity Seniors Luncheon
Musikers in the Making
Gym Time: Valkyries Rugby
Portrait of a Literate Kindergartner
Diakonia
Advanced Stitch Club
Gym Time: TYA Travel Basketball
Executive
AA Big Book
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Bible Study
Merck Retirees
Staff Meeting
Trinity Quilters
VITA Income Tax Prep
Augustine Heritage Assoc.
Musikers in the Making
FEAST Meal
Cherub Choir
Generingers
Joyful Choristers
Daybreak
Gym Time: TYA Bolts
Trinity Quilters
www.trinitylansdale.com
9:00 am
9:30 am
1:00 pm
3:00 pm
10:30 am
11:30 am
1:00 pm
6:00 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
Chapel
123/126/122
Sanctuary
Sanctuary
Sanctuary
Sanctuary
Hyson Hall
Hyson Hall
124/122
The WELL
126
125/127
Thursday, January 29, 2015
ESL Class
VITA Income Tax Prep
Gym Time: Valkyries Rugby
Gym Time: TYA Travel Basketball
Choral
Trintinnabulators
Bear Creek Camp
Boy Scout Troop 61
Al-Anon
Trinity Choir
Boy Scout Troop 61
Friday, January 30, 2015
COCOM
Girl Scout Troop 7147
Saturday, January 31, 2015
Worship - 5:30 pm
Youth Mental Health First Aid
VITA Income Tax Preparation
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Girl Scout Cookie Sale
8:00 am
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West Main Diner LifeSong
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SS Rooms
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264-Conference For up to date monthly and weekly calendar
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times, visit trinitylansdale.com
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Worship - 8:15, 9:30 & 10:45 am
Sanctuary
and click the calendar link.
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
1000 W. Main St., Lansdale, PA 19446-1926
www.trinitylansdale.com
Phone: 215-368-1710
E-mail: [email protected]
Fax: 215-361-1710