Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost, 19. August 2018

Holy Communion at 10:00 am

summer worship schedule

Ever-loving God, your Son gives himself as living bread for the life of the world. Fill us with such a knowledge of his presence that we may be strengthened and sustained by his risen life to serve you continually, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.


Assisting Us in the Sunday Liturgy

Acolyte:  Anjali A
Assisting Minister:  Robyn K
Children’s Church:  Margaret F
Greeter:  Trevor H
Lector:  Hagen S
Ushers:  Angela B & Robert P
Coffee Hour:  Margaret F & Marilyn G
Altar Custodian:  Carol B
Bulletin Assembly:  Noralyn D
Tellers:  Peggy & Dick J
Organist:  Adam D


Weekly Devotional

Hungry for Meaning

Proverbs 9:1-6
Psalm 34:9-14
Ephesians 5:15-20
John 6:51-58

The account of Viktor Frankl’s survival in Nazi death camps, written in his famous memoir, Man’s Search for Meaning, tells about the relentless days of wretched suffering. But most remarkable are his words about finding meaning in a grim wasteland of loss, the discovery of something that gives life in an existence pulsing with cruelty and death. Few of us face such horrors, but many of us do know what it is to rise into mornings that drift into hollowed out nights, days of empty passages.

During a long stretch of loneliness, the man paced vacantly through once joyful corridors that had become a maze of confused anguish. For anyone and no one to hear, he cried, shouted, “This is no life!” He wanted neither to live nor to die. Nothing—shopping, traveling, eating, drinking, going, coming, playing, working, hoarding, shedding—nothing had meaning.

breadToday, Jesus speaks of himself as living bread from heaven, his flesh for food and his blood for drink. The Gospel of John offers no details of the Lord’s supper, no instructions spoken over bread and wine, no “Do this for the remembrance of me.” Instead, here, Jesus’ invitation is to share in his way of abundant life, in a word, “abide.”

Abide. You are not alone. Abide. Jesus is with you. Abide in communion with the one who hugs lepers, expels demons, breathes with the dead, rescues the far gone, goes to prison, wants the unwanted, loves the shamed, forgives the guilty, serves the servant, blesses the thieves, welcomes aliens, cancels debts, listens to children, gives the blind kaleidoscopes, the deaf symphonies, and the voiceless a song. May this be our prayer today: “When other helpers fail and comforts flee, help of the helpless, oh, abide with me” (ELW 629).

Reprinted from Words for Worship, copyright 2017 Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission of Augsburg Fortress.


summer worship

Summer Worship – One Service!
July, August, and Labor Day Weekend

This summer, through Sunday 2. Sept, there will be one Sunday liturgy at 10:00 am, with coffee hour following. This is an opportunity to meet Trinity members who normally attend “that other” service.


Summer Music 2018

We would love to hear you during worship – during the offering or during the Communion – during Sundays in late June, plus all of July and August. Please sign up on the sheet located on the Bulletin Board near the Social Hall Kitchen.


BTAB!

Pledging for Mission

BIGGER Than A Building! 66 families have pledged $479,040 to our 3-year mission appeal. Total amount received for BTAB! is $433,271.07 as of 12. August. Thank you for your generous support.


Food for the Poor

Food For The Poor does much more than feed the millions of individuals. They drill wells for clean drinking water; provide life-saving medical care; build homes for families without adequate shelter; provide skills training and micro-enterprise opportunities that enable the poor to work; and give children an education, enabling them to break free from the cycle of poverty. More than 95% of all donations go directly to programs that help the poor. On Sunday 26. August, Pastor Darrell D. Golnitz will share the story of this ministry with us through a message entitled, “The Hope of the Poor”. You will be invited to participate in this ministry through a special offering.


Oh, Praise the Gracious Power (ELW No. 651)

Through the stanzas of Thomas Troeger’s hymn we give repeated praise to Christ described as “persistent truth,” “inclusive love,” “word of faith” and “tide of grace.” The beginning stanzas go on to show that Christ “gathers…strangers,” “eases…prejudice,” “claims us” and reveals “visions of a world at peace,” with a refrain: “We praise you Christ! Your cross has made us one!” The congregation sings the constant reminder that it is through the cross that Christ does these things.


LWR

Summer Collection: School Supplies for Lutheran World Relief (LWR)

Imagine having to choose between a meal or purchasing a notebook. LWR distributes school kits to places where even a few required school supplies may be more than a family can afford. Pencils and paper can help write a positive future for many children.

We are collecting the school supplies listed below. On God’s Work Our Hands Sunday, 9. September, Trinity will assemble the items into school kits during an Inter-generational Sunday School. Many donations have already been received, and with your continued support we can reach our goals! Please place donations in the bins in the Social Hall.

Here are the total items needed to complete this year’s goal of 140 kits:

#Needed Item
560 184 70-sheet notebooks of wide- or college-ruled paper approximately 8×10½”; no loose-leaf paper
140 51 30-centimeter rulers, or rulers with centimeters on one side, inches on the other
140 0 Pencil sharpeners
140 62 Blunt scissors
700 0 Unsharpened #2 pencils with erasers
700 98 Black or blue ballpoint pens (no gel ink)
140 15 Box of 16 or 24 crayons
140 11 2½” eraser

Please note: LWR asks that all kit items be new and have no religious symbols, messages, or patriotic or military symbols.

Please contact Kathy T or Anita S with any questions.


Church Directory

Church directory draft is available for review in the Social Hall. Please check your information and correct as needed.


Altar Flowers

Altar Flowers for Sunday services may be given in memory or honor of loved ones or in celebration of special anniversaries. Sunday altar flower donation is $35. Sign-up on the bulletin board near the Social Hall kitchen.


National Philharmonic Youth Summer Strings Institute Concerts

Area school students who have been rehearsing at Trinity this month, will present a free public here on Friday 17. August (middle school) at 7:30 pm.


2018 International Handbell Symposium

“Flat Jesus” at the International Handbell Symposium in Cairns, Australia with Julie N and Marilyn C.

Cristina G and Bob C are also at the Symposium as non-ringing tour delegates.


Remember in Your Prayers

. . . the church
our synod & bishops
Bishops Elizabeth Eaton & Richard Graham
our missionaries
Stephen Deal & Marta Giron, Cent. America
our congregation
Trinity Church

. . . the nations
Afghanistan, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Korea, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Liberia, Libya, Mexico, Myanmar, Namibia, Palestine, Somalia, Spain/Cataluña, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe

. . . the sick and suffering

nursing/rehabilitation center
Philip T, Manor Care Potomac
John W, Sunrise of Rockville

home
Jean B
Tigist G
Susan K
Amanda M
Pr. Robert M
Margo W

family and friends*
Albert A, friend of Margaret F
Dierdre & Matthew D, friends of Susan K
Harold H, cousin of Marilyn C
Terry L, friend of Marilyn & Bob C

*For family and friends, prayer requests will be kept on the list for four weeks. After four weeks, please complete another card.

Birthdays
19. Carter M
22. Jeffrey B
23. Cristina G
24. Lia G
24. Jill H

Baptismal Days
19. Jane R
21. Jerry B
25. Kristen T

Wedding Anniversaries
21. Diana & Bill B
22. Carolyn L & Jim L
22. Kristina & Hagen S
25. Mariluz & Steven R


This Week at Trinity

Sun 19. Aug (Pentecost 13 / Lect 20)
School Supply Collection for LWR
10:00 am Holy Communion
1:45 pm Bethesda H&R (Worship & Music Team)

Tues 21. Aug
11:15 am Staff mtg

Next Sun 26. Aug (Pentecost 14 / Lect 21)
Food for the Poor Sunday
School Supply Collection for LWR
Blessing of the Backpacks
10:00 am Holy Communion
11:15 am Food for the Poor Q&A

Looking Ahead
3. Sept Labor Day – Church Office Closed
9. Sept Rally Sunday
Two-Service Worship Schedule Resumes
Holy Communion at 8:15 and 10:45 am
Installation of Sunday School Teachers

Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost, 12. August 2018

Holy Communion at 10:00 am

Gracious God, your blessed Son came down from heaven to be the true bread that gives life to the world. Give us this bread always, that he may live in us and we in him, and that, strengthened by this food, we may live as his body in the world, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.


Assisting Us in the Sunday Liturgy

Acolyte:  TBD
Assisting Minister:  Nancy N
Children’s Church:  Nicholas C
Greeters:  Stella A
Lector:  Len S
Ushers:  Margaret & Greg F
Coffee Hour:  Cradlin Family
Altar Custodian:  Carol B
Bulletin Assembly:  Noralyn D
Tellers:  Annie A & Mina


Weekly Devotional

Hungry for the God We Recognize

1 Kings 19:4-8
Psalm 34:1-8
Ephesians 4:25—5:2
John 6:35, 41-51

A fiddler on the roof wails heavenward, “Tradition, tradition.” The canvas draping a revival meeting tent billows as the choir belts out a favorite rendition of “Give me that old time religion, it’s good enough for me.”

When the formulas we have trusted fail us; when all we insisted was indispensable washes out like sand in the tide; when what we depended on collapses at the foundation; when an inconvenient truth bangs like a bungling thief at the door of our faultless household; when flames turn our monuments into ash; and when we are cast into orbit where we do not know how to live and where we hear voices we neither recognize nor welcome, then our hearts hunger for a day like a day we once knew, a day like it used to be.

The chorus of voices around Jesus in today’s gospel harmonizes anger and lament into a dirge in the key of woe, a reprise of Elijah’s requiem under the broom tree in a hungry wilderness (1 Kings 19:4). Oh, for those good old days when there was enough bread to eat.

With hearts hungry for a day like a day that used to be, those gathered around Jesus could not recognize the God of their fathers Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, or the prophets in the likes of Jesus, son of their neighbors Mary and Joseph. But it was the words he dared to utter, that one thing he said, “I am,” that threatened to starve hearts already hungry for the God they could recognize. It is the unsurprising shocker that God shows up in the ever diverse, always gracious face of Jesus, arriving in the everydayness of our upsets and convulsions, losses and longings.

Jesus, concealed and revealed, gives the new song. “You satisfy the hungry heart with gifts of finest wheat. Come give to us, O saving Lord, the bread of life to eat” (ELW 484).

Reprinted from Words for Worship, copyright 2017 Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission of Augsburg Fortress.


Summer Music 2018

We would love to hear you during worship – during the offering or during the Communion – during Sundays in late June, plus all of July and August. Please sign up on the sheet located on the Bulletin Board near the Social Hall Kitchen.


Summer Worship – One Service!
July, August, and Labor Day Weekend

This summer, through Sunday 2. Sept, there will be one Sunday liturgy at 10:00 am, with coffee hour following. This is an opportunity to meet Trinity members who normally attend “that other” service.


Pledging for Mission

BIGGER Than A Building! 66 families have pledged $479,040 to our 3-year mission appeal. Total amount received for BTAB! is $432,416.07 as of 5. August. Thank you for your generous support.


Food for the Poor

Food For The Poor, the nation’s largest international relief organization, founded in 1982, has provided more than $14 billion in aid, and built more than 124,000 housing units for people in need. More than 95% of all donations go directly to programs that help the poor. On Sunday 26. August, Pastor Darrell D. Golnitz will share the story of this ministry with us through a message entitled, “The Hope of the Poor”. You will be invited to participate in this ministry through a special offering.


Oh, Praise the Gracious Power (ELW No. 651)

Through the stanzas of Thomas Troeger’s hymn we give repeated praise to Christ described as “persistent truth,” “inclusive love,” “word of faith” and “tide of grace.” The beginning stanzas go on to show that Christ “gathers…strangers,” “eases…prejudice,” “claims us” and reveals “visions of a world at peace,” with a refrain: “We praise you Christ! Your cross has made us one!” The congregation sings the constant reminder that it is through the cross that Christ does these things.


National Philharmonic Youth Summer Strings Institute Concerts

Area school students who have been rehearsing at Trinity this month, will present free public concerts here on Friday 10. August (high school) and Friday 17. August (middle school) at 7:30 pm.


Summer Collection: School Supplies for Lutheran World Relief (LWR)

Imagine having to choose between a meal or purchasing a notebook. LWR distributes school kits to places where even a few required school supplies may be more than a family can afford. Pencils and paper can help write a positive future for many children.

We are collecting the school supplies listed below. On God’s Work Our Hands Sunday, 9. September, Trinity will assemble the items into school kits during an Inter-generational Sunday School. Many donations have already been received, and with your continued support we can reach our goals! Please place donations in the bins in the Social Hall.

Here are the total items needed to complete this year’s goal of 140 kits:

#Needed Item
560 220 70-sheet notebooks of wide- or college-ruled paper approximately 8×10½”; no loose-leaf paper
140 51 30-centimeter rulers, or rulers with centimeters on one side, inches on the other
140 0 Pencil sharpeners Thank You!
700 28 Unsharpened #2 pencils with erasers
700 146 Black or blue ballpoint pens (no gel ink)
140 55 Box of 16 or 24 crayons
140 13 2½” eraser

Please note: LWR asks that all kit items be new and have no religious symbols, messages, or patriotic or military symbols.

Please contact Kathy T or Anita S with any questions.


Welcome, Adam

Adam D will be leading our worship from the organ console as Trinity’s supply organist for the month of August.


Church Directory

Church directory draft is available for review in the Social Hall. Please check your information and correct as needed.


More Scenes from Week of Hope: 29. July – 3. August

Six of Trinity’s Youth participated in Week of Hope community service mission trip in Pittsburgh, PA. Thousands of children and adults in Pittsburgh don’t know whence their next meal will come, and many are homeless. Week of Hope partners with ministries and organizations to address these and other needs.


Remember in Your Prayers

. . . the church
our synod & bishops
Bishops Elizabeth Eaton & Richard Graham
our missionaries
Stephen Deal & Marta Giron, Cent. America
our congregation
Trinity Church

. . . the nations
Afghanistan, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Korea, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Liberia, Libya, Mexico, Myanmar, Namibia, Palestine, Somalia, Spain/Cataluña, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe

. . . the sick and suffering

nursing/rehabilitation center
Philip T, Manor Care Potomac
John W, Sunrise of Rockville

home
Jean B
Tigist G
Susan K
Amanda M
Pr. Robert M
Margo W

family and friends*
Albert A, friend of Margaret F
Darwin C, brother of Keith C
Dierdre & Matthew D, friends of Susan K
Harold H, cousin of Marilyn C
Terry L, friend of Marilyn & Bob C
Dennis N, brother-in-law of Keith & Lily C

*For family and friends, prayer requests will be kept on the list for four weeks. After four weeks, please complete another card.

Birthdays
15. Robert C
15. Philip T
18. James F
18. Steven F

Wedding Anniversaries
12. Barbara & Jeff B
14. Linda & Luis H

Birth
4. August Liselotte H, daughter of Lionda & Luis H


This Week at Trinity

Sun 12. Aug (Pentecost 12 / Lect 19)
School Supply Collection for LWR
Blessing of the Kindergarteners
10:00 am  Holy Communion

Tues 14. Aug
11:15 am  Staff mtg

Wed 15. Aug
9:00 am  Trinitarian Newsletter Deadline

Fri 17. Aug
7:30 pm  National Phil. Summer Strings Inst Middle School Concert (Wor)

Next Sun 19. Aug (Pentecost 13 / Lect 20)
School Supply Collection for LWR
10:00 am  Holy Communion
1:45 pm  Bethesda H&R (Worship & Music Team)

Looking Ahead
26. Aug  Blessing of Backpacks
26. Aug  Food for the Poor Sunday

PDF version of Tidings is also available for download here.

Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost, 5. August 2018

Holy Communion at 10:00 am

O God, eternal goodness, immeasurable love, you place your gifts before us; we eat and are satisfied. Fill us and this world in all its need with the life that comes only from you, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.


Assisting Us in the Sunday Liturgy

Acolyte:  Colin G
Assisting Minister:  Jerry B
Children’s Church:  Margaret F
Greeter:  Louise G
Lector:  Sabrina R
Ushers:  Donna & Steve S
Coffee Hour:  Donna & Steve S
Altar Custodian:  Carol B
Bulletin Assembly:  Diana M
Tellers:  Thor N, Petra T


Weekly Devotional

Hungry to Do

Exodus 16:2-4, 9-15
Psalm 78:23-29
Ephesians 4:1-16
John 6:24-35

Barley bread on the ground and fish in hand, like manna that came down from heaven in the wilderness for their ancestors, left the crowd addled and eager to know how to keep this food coming. But had they not noticed? Pay attention. Receive, take and eat on the grassy green hillside by the sea just as your ancestors did on the sandy brown desert floor.

Apparently when Jesus answered the crowd’s question, “What must we do to perform the works of God?” by telling them that God’s work is God’s work, they were not satisfied. They wanted to know what to do. Jesus continued, “Believe” (John 6:28-29).

Oscar was desperate to have what his wife had, unrattled faith. Relentlessly, just as day after day he stalked rummage sales, scoured flea markets, and searched secondhand shops to find treasures, he hunted for the land of faith where breath would be easy, sight would be sharp, trust would be simple, and steps would be certain on ground that would not shift. He wanted to have what his wife had, unrattled faith. The day he pled and shrugged, “What can I do to have it?” she said this: “Oscar, just give up.”

What must we do to end the hunger to do? We must be ready to lose enough to gain, be brave enough to be weak, be empty enough to be full, be vulnerable enough to be safe, be done enough to be done.

The crowd pressed Jesus. “Sir, give us this bread always” (John 6:34). Jesus said, in effect, “Why sure, that’s what I do.”

Reprinted from Words for Worship, copyright 2017 Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission of Augsburg Fortress.


Summer Music 2018

We would love to hear you during worship – during the offering or during the Communion – during Sundays in late June, plus all of July and August. Please sign up on the sheet located on the Bulletin Board near the Social Hall Kitchen.


Summer Worship – One Service!
July, August, and Labor Day Weekend

This summer, through Sunday 2. Sept, there will be one Sunday liturgy at 10:00 am, with coffee hour following. This is an opportunity to meet Trinity members who normally attend “that other” service.


Pledging for Mission

BIGGER Than A Building! 66 families have pledged $479,040 to our 3-year mission appeal. Total amount received for BTAB! is $430,882.07 as of 29. July. Thank you for your generous support.


Welcome, Adam

Adam D will be leading our worship from the organ console as Trinity’s supply organist for the month of August.


Oh, Praise the Gracious Power (ELW No. 651)

Through the stanzas of Thomas Troeger’s hymn we give repeated praise to Christ described as “persistent truth,” “inclusive love,” “word of faith” and “tide of grace.” The beginning stanzas go on to show that Christ “gathers…strangers,” “eases…prejudice,” “claims us” and reveals “visions of a world at peace,” with a refrain: “We praise you Christ! Your cross has made us one!” The congregation sings the constant reminder that it is through the cross that Christ does these things.


Church Directory

Church directory draft is available for review in the Social Hall. Please check your information and correct as needed.


National Philharmonic Youth Summer Strings Institute Concerts

Area school students who have been rehearsing at Trinity this month, will present free public concerts here on Friday 3. and 10. August (high school) and Friday 17. August (middle school) at 7:30 pm.


Summer Collection: School Supplies for Lutheran World Relief (LWR)

Imagine having to choose between a meal or purchasing a notebook. LWR distributes school kits to places where even a few required school supplies may be more than a family can afford. Pencils and paper can help write a positive future for many children.
We are collecting the school supplies listed below. On God’s Work Our Hands Sunday, 9. September, Trinity will assemble the items into school kits during an Inter-generational Sunday School. Many donations have already been received, and with your continued support we can reach our goals! Please place donations in the bins in the Social Hall.

Here are the total items needed to complete this year’s goal of 140 kits:

# Still Needed Item
226 70-sheet notebooks of wide- or college-ruled paper approximately 8×10½”; no loose-leaf paper
54 30-centimeter rulers, or rulers with centimeters on one side, inches on the other
0 Pencil sharpeners Thank You!
77 Blunt scissors
148 Unsharpened #2 pencils with erasers
194 Black or blue ballpoint pens (no gel ink)
68 Box of 16 or 24 crayons
21 2½” eraser

Please note: LWR asks that all kit items be new and have no religious symbols, messages, or patriotic or military symbols.

Please contact Kathy T or Anita S with any questions.


Week of Hope: 29. July – 3. August

Six of Trinity’s Youth participated in Week of Hope community service mission trip in Pittsburgh, PA. Thousands of children and adults in Pittsburgh don’t know where their next meal will come, and many are homeless. Week of Hope partners with ministries and organizations to address these and other needs.

 

 


Remember in Your Prayers

. . . the church
our synod & bishops
Bishops Elizabeth Eaton & Richard Graham
our missionaries
Stephen Deal & Marta Giron, Cent. America
our congregation
Trinity Church

. . . the nations
Afghanistan, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Korea, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Liberia, Libya, Mexico, Myanmar, Namibia, Palestine, Somalia, Spain/Cataluña, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe

. . . the sick and suffering

nursing/rehabilitation center
Philip T, Manor Care Potomac
John W, Sunrise of Rockville

home
Jean B
Tigist G
Susan K
Amanda M
Margo W

family and friends*
Cindy B, friend of Judy D
Darwin C, brother of Keith C
Dierdre & Matthew D, friends of Susan K
Harold H, cousin of Marilyn C
Terry L, friend of Marilyn & Bob C
Dennis N, brother-in-law of Keith & Lily C

*For family and friends, prayer requests will be kept on the list for four weeks. After four weeks, please complete another card.

Birthdays
5. Giovanni S
6. John W
7. Luis H, Kristina S
8. Kari-Elise C
9. Bud B, Wes O
10. Sydney R
11. Laura S, Soren S

Baptismal Days
5. Mark P
9. Kevin M

Wedding Anniversaries
5. Inna & Jeff S
9. Ana & Daniel N


This Week at Trinity

Sun 5. Aug (Pentecost 11 / Lectionary 18)
School Supply Collection for LWR
10:00 am Holy Communion
11:15 am Choir rehearsal

Tues 7. Aug
11:15 am Staff mtg

Wed 8. Aug
1:00 pm Men’s Group CANCELED

Fri 10. Aug
7:30 pm National Phil. Summer Strings Inst High School Concert (Wor)

Next Sun 12. Aug (Pentecost 12 / Lectionary 19)
School Supply Collection for LWR
10:00 am Holy Communion

Looking Ahead
19. Aug Bethesda H&R (Worship & Music Team)
26. Aug Blessing of Kindergartners and Backpacks
26. Aug Food for the Poor Sunday

Tenth Sunday after Pentecost – 29. July 2018

Gracious God, you have placed within the hearts of all your children a longing for your word and a hunger for your truth. Grant that we may know your Son to be the true bread of heaven and share this bread with all the world, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.

Download this week’s Trinity Tidings here

www.trinityelca.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Tidings07-26-2018.pdf

July 26, 2018 Tidings

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost – 22. July 2018

Holy Communion 10:00 am – One Service Only

O God, powerful and compassionate, you shepherd your people, faithfully feeding and protecting us. Heal each of us, and make us a whole people, that we may embody the justice and peace of your Son, Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.

Download this week’s Trinity Tidings here

July 19, 2018 Tidings

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost – 15. July 2018

Holy Communion 10:00 am – One Service Only

O God, from you come all holy desires, all good counsels, and all just works. Give to us, your servants, that peace which the world cannot give, that our hearts may be set to obey your commandments; and also that we, being defended from the fear of our enemies, may live in peace and quietness, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.

In this issue:

  • Strange Mercy
  • Life Transitions
  • School Supply Collection
  • Prayers, Calendar, and more

Download this week’s Trinity Tidings here

Seventh Sunday after Pentecost – 8. July 2018

Holy Communion 10:00 am

God of the covenant, in our baptism you call us to proclaim the coming of your kingdom. Give us the courage you gave the apostles, that we may faithfully witness to your love and peace in every circumstance of life, in the name of Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.

In this issue:

  • If There Is A Theme
  • School Supplies Collection
  • Summer Music
  • Prayers, Calendar, and more

Download this week’s Trinity Tidings here