THIS WEEK AT TRINITY
Staying connected — All in-person worship services, meetings and other gatherings are canceled temporarily in the interest of the safety of our parishioners and the wider community. Even though we can’t be together face to face at this time, we still have opportunities to stay connected and to be together in spirit as a congregation. We will continue to stay in touch through e-mail communications and phone calls and by making our services available through on-line access whenever possible.
We will continue to live-stream our weekly services. Morning Prayer at 10:30 a.m. Sundays and Noonday Prayer at 12:00 p.m. Wednesdays. You may join these services on Facebook Live from our website. In addition, you can come back and watch these services at any time on our Facebook page.
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The Bible and Lunch — Every Tuesday CB Baker will be offering The Bible and Lunch, a weekly bible study streamed from noon to 12:45. We will study the Gospel according to Matthew, the primary gospel used in Year A of our three-year cycle for Sunday worship. We are in year A now. Please join CB Tuesday at noon streamed on Trinity’s Facebook page.
Holiday Food Drive — Neighbor to Neighbor has begun collecting items to fill holiday food baskets for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Fifty cans of fruit cocktail are needed by October 31 for Thanksgiving and 50 cans for Christmas by November 30. These are suggested items and quantities.
Trinity is also being asked to sponsor two or more children for Christmas at $60 to ensure these children have toys under the tree and food on the table.
Donations may be dropped off at Trinity on Fridays between noon and 3 p.m. or Neighbor to Neighbor (during regular business hours), or if you need pick up call Neighbor to Neighbor at 870-534-2883. If you have questions call 870-534-2883 or email email@example.com. Monetary donations are welcome and may be mailed to the church or the agency at 1419 Pine Street.
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Neighbor to Neighbor needs canned vegetables, fruits. and nonperishables like macaroni & cheese, canned meats, and bottled water. The demand in Jefferson County is growing every day as they serve 75-100 lunches a DAY! The pantry feeds approximately 500 families per month. Thank you for anything you or your groups can do to contribute. If you would like to help, please drop donations off at Neighbor to Neighbor, 1419 Pine Street between 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. or call 870-534-2883 and arrange pick up.