There’s something brewing at headquarters. Nothing will ever be the same. Of course we all know that the shepherds were the first to know about the birth of Christ. Or were they? After all, there were a lot of details that needed attention to make sure that the first Christmas went according to Scripture. It’s up to an elite band of angels to make sure everything goes as planned, from arranging accommodations (or the lack thereof) for the holy family, to hanging the star, to informing everyone of the event, to … well, you get the picture. Join us on Sunday, December 17, at 4 pm as we consider that it might have been like two thousand years as we look into life B.C. (Before Christmas). Come with us for a behind-the-clouds look at what might have been during the planning of … Operation Christ Child.
We’ll have the play at 4pm, followed by a pot-luck (covered-dish) dinner. Come, eat, laugh, celebrate, and enjoy the season!
If you want to help with the play (and we need help), please fill out the form below!
We want to let you know we are working to be able to offer a “Moms and More”-like program this fall for mothers (and fathers) of young children. We know life can be crazy and stressful with newborns and little ones. “Moms (and Dads) and More” aims to offer caring support, fellowship, and resources to navigate through the ups and downs. If you are interested in helping to create this program, please contact Haley Hildebrand and/or Judy Oguich. We are excited to offer this ministry – refreshed for 2023!!
Meeting Dates: All will be held 9:30-11:30am in room 323.
Transit is designed for kids in 4th and 5th grades, and takes place twice a month at church from 5-6:30pm. A typical evening includes dinner, games, activities and a short devotion. Transit’s goal is to provide a place for kids in this age group to connect with their peers and begin building important friendships that will help them transition into middle school and our student ministry at Trinity.
To sign up for Transit, please register here. Friends are welcome and encouraged to attend as well.