Book Chat | Church Basketball League | Graduates | Music Concert | VBS
May 8: Martha’s Table Sandwich Making
May 9: Crafts for a Cause
May 10: Book Chat
May 10-20: General Conference
May 14: Christ House
May 15: Spire Deadline
May 15: Confirmation
May 23: Crafts for a Cause
May 26: Spire assembly
May 30: Office Closed
May 31: Church Council & Committees
If you’d like to try out Trinity’s book club before it breaks for the summer, please join us in the Library on Tuesday, May 10, at 6:30 p.m. to discuss a classic: The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett. We pick up again in September, and if there’s enough interest, a daytime session may be added. To express your opinion about this or to suggest books for consideration, please contact Kathy Maher at Kathyngs@gmail.com.
Saturday, May 7
McLean Baptist Church
1367 Chain Bridge Rd.
A few McLean churches are looking to form a church basketball league for Fall and Winter 2016. Interested players (male and female, ages 19 –99) are welcome to attend the meeting and learn more about the process.
Trinity needs enough players to form a team and at least one team captain to liason with the league, manage communications with players and to provide Harriet with bulletin/newsletter announcements. If you want to be apart of a team for Trinity or if you want more information about the proposed league, please contact Harriet Latta.
On Sunday, June 12 and in the June Spire we will recognize the Class of 2016. Please send the names of your high school or college graduates to Harriet Latta by May 15 to be listed.
Featuring: Soloists Philip Keirstead, Michelle Kelly, Doris Page, Catherine Wethington, Nadine Wethington, Joey Wilson and Michelle Zenk will be joined by the Chancel Choir and Trinity Ringers, all under the direction of Music Director Jerry Rich. The theme is “God Bless America”; in addition to an audience sing-along of Irving Berlin’s beloved song, selections will include Charles Ives’ The Circus Band, Sherman Edwards’ The Egg from 1776, Margaret Bonds’ setting of He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands, Sammy Fain’s I’ll Be Seeing You, Betty Garee’s Materna, Mark Hayes’ Old Time Religion Medley, Scott Joplin’s Peacherine Rag, Hart Morris’ Simple Gifts, and Sigmund Romberg’s Will You Remember from Maytime. Admission is free.
Vacation Bible School
9 a.m.—12 p.m.
Ages 3—rising 4th grade
To volunteer, contact Jen Calsyn.
Registration forms are available in Sunday School classrooms, in the Narthex, and on the church website.