Hello Trinity Family,
For today’s meditation I offer Sheep May Safely Graze by J.S. Bach transcribed by Egon Petri. There are no words to this piece, but I hope it provides a sense of peace for us during this next phase of our country’s leadership, whatever that may be.
Blessings,
Angela
The link to the video is HERE.

Our next food drive for the Living Faith Pantry in Rockville will be on Saturday, November 21, from 9:00 AM to noon in the main Trinity parking lot. The demand for food supplies remains very high. Here is a current list of the food and personal care items needed:

Food Pantry Needs – November:
Cereal (kids’ favorites)
Shelf stable milk (whole if possible)
Black/pinto beans (canned)
Canned tomatoes (whole if possible)
Canned vegetables (corn very popular) NEW
Canned fruit
Cooking oil NEW
Jam/jelly
Peanut Butter NEW
Canned meat/fish (chicken, tuna, ham, salmon, Spam)
Canned soup (chicken noodle popular) NEW
Toothpaste
Bath soap
Toilet paper
Shampoo NEW
Deodorant

Please contact Kathy T or the church office if you have donations but are unable to drop them off. Cash donations are also very much appreciated. You may send checks directly to Living Faith Lutheran Church, 1605 Veirs Mill Rd, Rockville, MD 20851. Please note ‘food pantry’ in the memo line on all checks.

Volunteer opportunity: Living Faith is seeking a few people to help in the pantry on Tuesday or Thursday mornings for a few hours. Volunteers will need to be trained in the procedures and safety protocols the pantry administrators have set up to keep everyone healthy. Please contact Kathy T if you are interested or would like more information.

Grace and Peace to you! Here is our video for All Saints Sunday. Included in this service, is a time to mourn all those we have lost since All Saints Sunday last year.
We hope this service brings you a moment of peace and fuel for the road ahead.
The link to the video is HERE.
The link to the worship materials is HERE.
The link to the Children’s Bulletins is HERE.

We were able to record the Parking Lot service on Reformation Sunday. Thank you to all of our musicians and volunteers who make this service possible.
The link to the video is HERE.

Hello Trinity Family,
This upcoming Sunday we will celebrate All Saints Day together remembering those who have passed and are now with Jesus. For today’s meditation, I offer Softly and Tenderly arranged by Joel Raney. I love how this hymn calls attention to the natural progression of life to death. As we watch the season change and the leaves fall, this hymn reminds us of how beautiful and natural it is for those in our lives to finally meet Jesus, even though it hurts so much for us.
The link to the video is HERE.
Here is the hymn text for your reflection:
Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling
Calling for you and for me
See on the portals He’s waiting and watching
Watching for you and for me
Come home, come home
Ye who are weary come home
Earnestly, tenderly Jesus is calling
Calling, “O sinner come home”
Blessings,
Angela

Happy Reformation Day! Here is our video for Reformation Sunday! Reformation Day is October 31, but we celebrate the day today. This service also has musical offerings from the Trinity Singers, the Heavenly Handbells, and Jamin Morden on Brass.

The link to the video is HERE.
The link to the worship materials is HERE.
The link to the children’s bulletin is HERE.


Thank you for your offering. Your gifts make the ministry of Trinity possible. Electronic giving may be available through your bank or financial institution. Offerings mailed to the church office will be promptly deposited. Third Quarter statements are being mailed in the next few days.

Hello Friends!

Ross sings with us, and Anita talks about how God’s love is a gift that we don’t have to earn. Enjoy!

The link to the video is HERE.

(Apologies. I was having technical issues getting this edited and up on Wednesday. – Anita)

Hello Trinity Family,
Church holidays are always exciting, busy times. I love meeting, rehearsing, making music, and everything that special occasions entail. However, to keep myself going I always need to take time by myself to recharge. This week I have spent and will spend countless hours arranging, recording and editing. This is in addition to taking online classes and getting ready to begin as a teacher’s assistant at a new school. This morning I stole a few moments to play piano in the sanctuary, accompanying my own prayers for peace and health. Today’s offering is “Steal Away” arranged by Lloyd Larson.
The link to the video is HERE.
Here is the hymn text for your reflection:
Steal away, steal away,
Steal away to Jesus!
Steal away, steal away home,
I ain’t got long to stay here.

Blessings,
Angela

Grace and Peace to YOU!
Here is our video for the Twentieth Sunday After Pentecost.
The link to the video is HERE.
The link to the worship resources is HERE.
The link to the Children’s Bulletins is HERE.


Thank you for your offering. Your gifts make the ministry of Trinity possible. Electronic giving may be available through your bank or financial institution. Offerings mailed to the church office will be promptly deposited.