Worship: Sundays @ 8:15, 9:40, 11:00 am | Wednesdays @ 6:35 pm
Dear Friends,

Sometimes it's just good to be together!  And that's what we're going to do on Sunday.  One worship service, one Community Conversation about the vision of Trinity, and one recap of General Conference and its impact.  You won't want to miss it, so plan on being a part of this day!

9:30 - One Worship Service for everyone - children, teenagers, and adults  (childcare for birth-PreK)
10:40 - Grab and Go Snacks in the Worship Center
11:00 - Community Conversation about a vision for Trinity's future  (childcare and children's ministry for birth-5 th grade on the North Oaks playground)
12:00 - Recap of General Conference and impact for those who want to stay  (childcare and children's ministry for birth-5 th grade continued, if needed)
12:30 - Finish time

And, in case you forgot, it'll be St. Patrick's Day.  We'll take a look Patrick, his life and faith, and his breastplate prayer or "shield of protection" (with some fun activities for your kids in worship as well).  All three choirs (Sonlight, Chalice and Chancel) will also be combining to offer special music, and I'll share the word I feel God leading me to offer at this particular time.  After worship, we'll have snacks you can grab for you and your kids, before walking kids to the North Oaks playground and participating in the conversation about the next chapter of Trinity.

Finally, for those who want to stay, we'll have a time to recap the decisions of General Conference and its impact for Trinity and the United Methodist Church.  Childcare will continue for those who want to stay.

Steve and I continue to be grateful to serve as your pastors and to be in ministry alongside you in our community.  We are thankful for the ways that Trinity has pulled together during the last couple of weeks, for the continued witness of welcome for all, and for the love and grace we extend to one another and our community.  We look forward to discovering with you where and how God will lead us into the future.  
 
Grace and Peace,
Catherine