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Pentecost Feast this Sunday


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Dear Trinity,


This Sunday is Pentecost... and we are having a feast at Methow Park after 2nd service (don't worry, 1st service: if you can't stay, we have ordered some special Pentecost donuts just for you! What are Pentecost donuts? Come and see...)


Jesus told the first disciples: "Wait, and you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you." (see Acts 1:4, 1:8)


Would you join me in preparing for Pentecost by waiting on God in prayer, anticipating His empowerment and refreshment, and growing in expectation for what He's going to do in and among us?


God is always giving to us. And on Pentecost, we celebrate the great gift of the Holy Spirit: God's personal presence within us, reminding us of everything Jesus taught, empowering us for mission in the world, and providing a guarantee of our secured future with Him.


Let us give thanks (eucharisteo) for the gift (charism) of the Spirit!


Carson+


p.s. - Here's a good family resource to help teach your children about Pentecost.


BBQ feast at Methow Park (This Sunday at 11am)


Please bring: 

  • a salad (fresh green / potato / pasta)

  • optional: a dessert (cookies / lemon bars)

 

Trinity Face to Face


Here at Trinity, we place a high priority on knowing each other “face to face”.  We follow the example of Jesus in this regard.  When we see each other, the seed of our beloved nature in Christ is watered.


You are invited to have your seed of beloved-ness watered over three Wednesdays during Trinity Face to Face 2024. 


May 29 + June 5 + June 12


We will gather in the church basement to break bread at 5:30 pm.  At 6 pm, we will spread out into this old church and meet in small groups.  Over three Wednesdays we will ask three simple but deep questions:


How did you come to Trinity?

What is God doing in your life?

Why are we walking together?


Childcare will be provided for kids up to age 10.  The night ends promptly at 7:30 pm.  


In this age of full schedules and digital connections, ancient face-to-face practices become life lines.  


Come, see and be seen!  


Trinity Face to Face 2024.  



note: if you can't come to all 3, no problem! Mark the ones you CAN attend, and then we can plan food accordingly.

 

Day of Solitude

Saturday, June 1 from 8:30am to 3:30pm


Join Guy Evans for a day of silence and solitude on the lovely banks of the Icicle River. A blend of corporate and individual periods of solitude invite deep grounding and rest. A silent potluck lunch offers gratitude for our bodies and the foods that sustain them.


Come! Turn off the phone, pick up the journal, and make a date with the Holy Spirit. Group size limited to 8.


Please text or call Guy Evans to signup at 509-670-3608

 

Bulletin Board


If you have a personal need (like a job, or housing, etc.), an event you’d like to promote, or something you’d like our church body to be aware of, you can email hello@trinitywenatchee.org for us to review before posting.


  • Need a break from the chaos? Come out to Ingalls Creek Enrichment Center for one of their upcoming events. The Space for God Retreat still has some room - a time to actually carve out quiet to listen for God's direction in your life, offering a little guided contemplation and plenty of time in our woods to meet with our Creator. Volunteer with Ingalls Creek over Memorial Day weekend for as much time as you like! There will be projects for all ages and abilities as they spruce up for the summer. Check out more at ingallscreek.org

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