Preparing for the Congregational Meeting on Sunday
I want to invite you to attend this Sunday’s Congregational Meeting at 6-7:30pm, here at Trinity in the sanctuary. Once a year, we gather to tell stories, to reflect and give thanks, to keep you informed, and to cast vision for the upcoming year. Come and enjoy homemade desserts from several families in our church while sipping on delicious decaf Mela coffee or tea (or iced water!) while we share about many important things going on at Trinity.
You’ll come away with…
Clarity about our financial health
Easy next steps to get connected to others at Trinity
A first look at the year-at-a-glance for this Fall, Winter and Spring
Being in-the-know about our staffing updates
Information about the status of the building restoration project
Details about Matt’s return
The opportunity to ask your burning questions!
A vision for the year ahead
We value your presence and your participation in this important (and enjoyable) night…
You are welcome to submit questions for the Open Q&R (Question and Response) beforehand by simply replying to this email. That way, we can streamline some of the night… We will still make some time for live questions.
Can’t make it? Or out of town but want to tune in? You can catch the livestream here.
Disclaimer: Unfortunately, we cannot deliver cookies through livestream. ;-)
See you there!
Scripture: 2 Samuel 11-12 Chapter: Chapter 17: Sin — David and Bathsheba Preacher: Leah Dillman
Parents! Julia Barger will offer Godly Play for your children (during the sermon) if you’d rather not have them listen to the story of David and Bathsheba. This week we will hear about David and Bathsheba, a story with deep roots in both popular and Christian culture. Let's wonder together about the root sin in this story. Is it really about temptation and sex? Or is it about power, how it is wielded, and the consequences for those who lack it?
Service Times: 8:30 and 9:45
Let’s Prepare to Welcome Matt and Julie Back Home!
Hello Trinity family! The Canlises plan to come home in about 3 weeks!! To help welcome them home we will be putting together a gift basket in which we would love for you to consider contributing, but please feel no pressure.
Appropriate things for the gift basket could be:
- letters, notes, prayers, hand drawn or painted pictures, words of encouragement and welcome.
- gift cards for places to eat in town to re-aquaint them with Wenatchee and ease the transition
- home made jams, ect. to make them feel welcome
Please have gifts ready by Sunday, August 28th so that we can prepare the basket for September 4th. There is a box to put your gift in at the welcome table in the foyer. If you have any question feel free to reach out to Lauren Leith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
August Evensong August 28 @ 6pm
Come join us for Evensong in August, where the girls will sing, followed by a time of sharing from their pilgrimage to the UK. 6:00pm - Evensong sung service 6:30pm - Testimonies, stories and photos from the Evensong Pilgrimage to the UK.
Key Info for Church this Summer
Our services are at 8:30am and 9:45am.