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A Pilgrimage Party & Beyond

Pilgrimage Party

Dear Trinity,

Forty days ago many of us set off on a 40-day pilgrimage of prayer together. Thursday, October 26th, marks the end of our 40 Days. Mark your calendars! We are going to celebrate all the Lord has done with a Pilgrimage Party. This will be a time of food and testimony at the church. Everyone is invited. Even if you didn’t take the journey, come share a meal and listen to how the Lord has used prayer to form his people.

And Beyond...

The Revised Common Lectionary and a Bible Study.

November is just around the corner. Even though our 40-day prayer pilgrimage is coming to an end, we know the daily invitation of being formed through the practice of prayer and feasting on God’s Word will continue. How can we continue to encourage one another? On Wednesday evenings in November, we will be making space to share our celebrations and wrestlings (or our "underlines and squiggles" as Pastor Matt likes to call them) with the weekly portions of Scripture as selected from the Revised Common Lectionary (an updated November schedule of the readings will be printed for you to take home on Sunday). May Jesus continue to form us as we together seek Him in prayer and scripture.

For more info on the RCL, click here.

Nicole Hunter


Let's Have the Sex Talk

Friday, November 10th @ 6:30

Save the Date! This November, Trinity Church will begin a conversation around the important topic of sex. And because this is not a "one and done" talk, we will continue the conversation over the next several months. The first topic is: Talking with Your Children About Sex This conversation is for the whole church - couples, singles, elders, grandparents!


Welcome Baby Kip!

Kip Saunders Tomalty was welcomed into the world by Kevin and Jayna and sisters Diana and Simone on Wednesday, October 18 at 7am. Let's shower this new family with food and prayer as they transition into being a family of five.


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  • In August 2023, Emily was diagnosed with a brain tumor that was found incidentally during an ER visit. The tumor required brain surgery to be removed. The surgery happened Friday, September 29th. The family would be blessed by meals during this recovery time and potentially in the future depending upon further required care. Any and all help is greatly appreciated! Join the Meal Train here.


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