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Call Committee Process Continues
Following the recommendation of the Transition Team, the Trinity Council voted in December to authorize the formation of a Call Committee to call a full time Associate Pastor to join us in ministry. It was decided that a full time ordained pastor would provide the best match for our needs and that our growth over the past several years meant we were in a strong position to take this step. The Call Committee members are: Doug Will, chair; Carrie McPadden, Laurie Jaecks, Carl Krogness, and Katie Lane. They have met with the Bishop's Associate, Rev. Kris Totzke, about the process and will begin their work together. The first step will be to complete a profile of our congregation for candidates to read. Please pray for them during this process which we expect to take some time.
Share Your TLC Photos and Memories
We’re looking for historical photos to be used for our 75th anniversary celebrations. You can drop photos, and other memorabilia in a special box in the church office and we will return them within a few weeks.
2017 Trinity Women’s Retreat at Briarwood
The 5th Annual Trinity Women's Retreat will be held Friday March 10th to Saturday March 11th at Briarwood Retreat Center. Our Women's Retreat is open to women 18 and older, and is intended to foster relationships among women of all ages. $65 registration provides lodging, dinner on Friday night, as well as brunch on Saturday. Bring only yourself, comfortable clothes, and a favorite snack or drink (wine and beer are okay!) to share. Come early or stay a little later for a nap or a hike. Pastor Mohn will lead discussion on Friday night and Saturday morning, otherwise the time is yours! Please sign up in the office (deadline is next Sunday, March 5th). Let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.
Trinity Logo Shirts – TODAY is Deadline to Order
TODAY is the last day to submit your order for Trinity's 75th Anniversary logo shirts. If you have ordered a shirt(s) and have not paid, that payment will be due today also. Help us commemorate this amazing milestone. You will want to wear them during the celebration on May 6 and 7, 2017! There is a display table in the courtyard. We are offering:
T-shirts - both cotton and synthetic ~ Golf shirts - both cotton and Dry-Fit ~ Dress Shirts
Shirts are available in men's and women’s styles/sizes. All shirts will include the 75th Anniversary Logo - embroidered on most; silk-screened logo available on t-shirts. Help us celebrate Trinity’s 75-year history as we “Make Christ Known / Share God’s Love and Grace.”
You’re Invited … to join Journey Group
On Monday, March 20, the Journey Group will begin a Bible study based on the book by Episcopal priest Alice Connor, entitled FIERCE: Women of the Bible and their Stories of Violence, Mercy, Bravery, Wisdom, Sex and Salvation.
See these women, not as players in a man’s story – as victims or tempters – nor as morality archetypes, teaching us to be better wives and mothers, but as fierce foremothers of the faith. These women’s stories are messy, challenging and beautiful. When we read their stories, we can see not only their particular, fearsome lives, but also our own.
The group will meet on the first and third Mondays, from 6:40 – 8:00 p.m., in the Library. Cost of the book is $10.50 – checks made payable to Trinity. Copies of the book will be available at the Women’s Retreat.
Baby Shower for PNS Residents in Women and Children’s Building
Outreach & Social Concerns is once again sponsoring a baby shower on Saturday, March 18 to provide for the babies (newborn to 1 year) or pregnant Moms. Items requested include: diaper bags, bottles, simple toys, outfits, front-pack infant carriers, bath sets, diaper wipes & cream, and hand cream for Moms. Deadline for gifts is Sunday, March 12, so everything will be ready for the shower.
BRIDGES Book Club ~ Initiative of the NT/NL Synod’s Public Witness Team for Peace and Justice
In order to provide opportunities for us to learn, to talk, and to grow in our understanding of each other in a safe and constructive environment, the NT/NL Public Witness Team has established BRIDGES, a book club where these conversations may take place.
The next quarterly discussion will focus on Just Mercy, written by Brian Stevenson. Trinity will again serve as host for this gathering on Saturday, March 4, 2:00-4:00 pm in our Fellowship Hall. There will be light refreshments available. You are most welcome to invite others to attend this event.