A Christmas Story
The headline in the news media reads: “People Claim New Born is Messiah”. Articles and news reports indicate that the child was born in an abandoned building to homeless parents,
- Congregation approved Council's proposal to divide the constitution into three separate documents.
- Sunday school start time will move to 10:30 beginning January 2014.
- Congregation elected five new members, including a Youth representative, to Council .
- Christmas Celebration
Two services scheduled for the 24th, 6:00 and 9:00 PM.
- WELCA Christmas Story
Read Luke 2:1-12, write the story in 6 words and come to Luther Hall Dec. 12th at 7:00 PM.
If unable to attend, submit story to Church Office.
- Diamond Luncheon
December 13th from 11:30AM to 1:00PM. Call 610-377-4303 for details.
- Annual Community New Year’s Dinner
January 1st 2013 from 12:00 noon to 2:00 PM. Call 610-377-4303 for details.
First Saturday at 05:00 P.M.
Sunday at 09:00 A.M.
First Tuesday at 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School at 10:15 A.M.
|Women of the ELCA|
This community of women gathers regularly with the mission of mobilizing women to boldly act on their faith in Jesus Christ.
They gather to grow in their faith, affirm one another in their calling and to reach out to others with their offerings and projects.
Meetings are held
on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7PM in Luther Hall (except January and August).
All women of the community are welcome to attend.
This ministry involves preparing the worship space with the furnishings, appoinments, vessels, elements, linens, and
paraments used in the liturgy (Altar Guild and Sacristy Handbook, S. Anita Stauffer).
Translated, the people of this committee set up and care for the altar paraments according to the color of the liturgical season, as well as preparing for the sacraments
of Holy Communion and Baptism.
Members usually serve one month at a time, twice a year.
Montly meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of most month at 8PM.
Volunteers are welcome.
A "circle" of the Women of the ELCA who meets to make patchwork, knotted quilts for Lutheran World Relief or local disaster.
They meet every Thursday from September throgh May, 8:30-11:30 AM, in Luther Hall.
The quilts, made with love, provide comfort, warmth and shelter for our brothers and sisters around the world who experience disasters or war.
Anyone who would like to sew,cut a square or tie a knot is welcome to join this fellowship.
Is one of nine food distribution centers affiliated with Shepherd House Inc. It ‘s staff consists of volunteers
who are responsible for stocking, packaging and dispensing food supplies to individuals and families in Carbon County.
The Pantry is open to the public every Tuesday from
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Item Needed this month:
Please place donation in the box by the church entrance or bring it to the church office.
Brown paper grocery bags are always needed.
A bargain store stocked with women’s, man’s and children’s apparel,
shoes, house hold items, jewelry, books, games and much more. Most of the merchandize is used although you can also
find brand new items.
Most weeks in the month they offer discounts of up to 70% off the price.
The store is opened Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Volunteers always needed.
Check the new Trinity logo and how it all came together.
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