Gathering, Growing, Serving Week of 9/25

love.go.serveBack to Church Potluck THANK YOU to the Kiel’s, Benzinger’s, Haas’ (and many other) families who planned, coordinated, cooked, set up and cleaned up after this most awesome event!

Parents, Grandparents, and Caregivers who missed the Back to Church meeting last Sunday are invited to contact Miss Jacki for information about the new program year. Pick up a Deep Blue Kids packet – located near the Activity Bags basket in the narthex and in the new Parents First room.

Middle school & High school Youth and Parents are encouraged to contact Youth Leader Dulce Medina for information about Christian education, Youth Group and more.

Cherub Choir

The Cherub Choir is open to any child between the ages of 3 and 3rd grade. We rehearse every Sunday morning from 10:00-10:15 at the end of the Nursery Hallway. We sing during the 10:30 service about once every 5-6 weeks. Please contact Nancy Reed ([email protected]) if you have any questions. We hope you can join us!

Back to Church Kickoff for Jr. & Sr. High Families Sat., Sept. 24
“Heaven is for Real Live” at the Egyptian Theater in Downtown
Dekalb. There is a 2pm show followed by dinner at a local restaurant.
Group tickets are being sold through Sycamore UMC avoiding the $3 extra charge on line. $12 college age and younger; $15 adults.
Contact Dulce Medina for information.
GATHERING IN CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY…

Parents First – room 101 (education wing, lower level) is a place for parents, grandparents and caregivers to gather on Sunday mornings while children are engaged in other activities. Comfy couches. Free Wi-Fi. Bring coffee with you.

Families in Worship THIS Sunday, Sept. 25 and the fourth Sunday of every month. Childcare for infants and toddlers in the Nursery. The Nursery Playroom will be staffed for children in 2nd grade and younger.
Middle and High School Youth are invited to lead Deep Blue music for children. Meet outside the Nursery at 9:30 THIS SUNDAY, Sept. 25th to practice songs for next Sunday.

GROWING IN FAITH…

Parents First is a casual gathering of parents, grandparents and caregivers who want to practice Christian faith with their families guided by the Holy Spirit. Meet at 9:30 the first Sunday of every month. The topic Oct. 2 is “Faith is Caught More than Taught” led by Miss Jacki.

GOING TO SERVE…

Trinity Youth – Leaf Raking, Feed My Starving Children and the Night Ministry of Chicago. Find dates & times online or sign up in the Narthex.
Middle school https://www.volunteersignup.org/FBWCM
High school https://www.volunteersignup.org/CP9QQ

AND MORE…

Parents, Grandparents and Caregivers please take a few moments to…
Update student registrations (0-18 years):
http://www.trinitymp.org/student-register/
Please complete the Safe Gatherings online training:
https://safegatherings.com/app/the-process

 

Manna Update

What is Manna?

Participants purchase gift cards at face value and Trinity receives a “commission”.

Participants can:

  • Support Trinity at no “extra cost”.
  • Purchase gift cards at face value, which can be used to purchase necessities (gas, groceries, dining) or given as gifts.
  • Donate gift cards to Trinity’s outreach programs (which is tax deductible).
  • Pay by check or credit card (service fee applies).

Trinity is able to:

  • Raise money by participants changing their method of payment for everyday items.
  • Receive 1% – 13% of the face value of the gift cards purchased.

How Can I Participate?

  • All orders are due the first Sunday of the month.
  • Cards can be picked up the third Sunday of the month.
  • Complete the hard copy form found in the Narthex or click here.

Want to see other vendors or dollar amounts? Go to www.mannagroup.net for complete list. If you want a gift card not on the current order form, just write it in and we will order it!

Enclose a check for payment with the completed form or make an online credit card payment here (service fee applies).

Give the order & payment to Seana, Debbie or place in Manna box in Narthex.

Have questions?  Email Seanna McPherson or Debbie Watson.

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