8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
beginning Nov. 23
There will be hand-beaded jewelry, greeting cards, pet toys and other homemade items for sale.
Work Sessions: Nov. 3, 10, & 17 at 7 p.m. in Room 124.
Church & Society
Good Works Day—Fun Filled Success
Thanks to all the volunteers who rolled up their sleeves and worked hard alongside their fellow congregants, for making Trinity’s first Good Works day a fun filled success! Through everyone’s hard work, we fed the homeless; assembled class kits for Stanton Elementary School; did yard work; painted classrooms and fences; polished brass on the Trinity Campus; stuffed bears, pillows and sock dolls for hospital patients and wrapped books for SHARE. The photos capture this very special day.
Angel Tree Time!
Even though it’s not even Thanksgiving, it isn’t too early to start thinking about Christmas trees – or at least trees with angels attached. In the Narthex, you’ll soon see a tree adorned with angels. Each angel represents someone in our community who is helped by SHARE, an organization that provides food, clothing and financial assistance. By selecting an angel, and bringing in a gift, you’ll be sharing Christ’s love with those in our community who are most in need.
And soon, you’ll be seeing an angel tree in the Fellowship Building for Heart to Heart, the Honduran orphanage that Trinity helps support. More information about that is coming soon in the bulletin.
DC Scholars at Stanton Elementary School
Trinity volunteers are an important part of the enrichment program mentoring children at Stanton in grades 1-5. WE NEED VOLUNTEERS to help with special events at Stanton. One such event is Science Day on November 3. Contact Suzanne Hamilton at 703-759-6264 or e-mail email@example.com if you can help with this rewarding experience.
Interested in preparing and serving lunch to residents at Christ House hospice facility in DC on November15? Please contact Kelly Slone at Kslone@nvca.org if you are interested.