Bridging God’s Word to Everyday Life: Aug. 19

Our Prayer List

Aaron, Abby, Alice, Amelia, Amy, Andrea, Andrew, Annie, Anthony, Ashley, Barb, Barbara, Barry, Bill & at, Billy, Bob & Fran, Bobbie, Brenda, Buddy, Burgess family, Burl, Carl, Carla, Carol Ann, Carol, Cathy, Charlie, Cherié, Chuck, Danny, Darlene, David, Dean, Debbie, Del, Diana, Dorothy, Ed & Sally, Ed, Ella, Ellis family, Flo, Florian, Frank, Gabriela, Gail & Hal, Gary, Gay, Geoff & Jenny, Gloria, Herb, Holly, Jacob, Jane, Janet, Jason, Jeff, Jennifer, Jerry, Jim & Sharon, Jim, JJ, Joan, Joe, John, Josh, Joyce, JR, Judy, Julie, Julieta, June, Karen, Kathryn, Kay, Ken, Klaus, Layne, Lenny, Leonida, Lewis, Lilly, Lincoln, Linda, Lindie, Lisa, Lorraine, Lyle, Maddy, Marciene, Marcy, Margaret, Mari & Terry, Martha, Mary Lou, Mary, Matt, McGinness family, Meigs, Merlin, Michelle, Molly & George, Molly, Nancy, Nelda, Pat, Paul, Paula, Pauline, Peg, Peggy & Bill, Peggy & Tom, Ray, Richard, Robert, Roberta, Rosa, Sally, Sandy, Sarkees, Scott & Kathy, She-fin & James, Sherry, Stephanie, Steve, Steven, Sue, Suzanne, Theresa, Thomas, Tiki, Tom, Tony, Torry, Vanna, Vincent, Virginia, Vivian, and Yancey.

We extend sympathy to Dave, Patty & Sarah Beth Burgess on the Aug. 15 death of Patty’s mother, Jean Connelly.


This week

Join Pastor Jim for Bible Study on The Apocryphal Jesus. This video series, presented by The Ohio State University professor, Dr. David Brakke, will examine the non-canonical writings about Jesus, his family and the early apostles. These writings provide historical evidence for the diversity of early Christian thought. Sundays at 9:30 a.m., Mondays at 10 a.m. and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Library. This week: The Acts of Thomas and the Mission to India.

Sunday         8/19

8:30 a.m.       Worship (Sanctuary)

9:30 a.m.       Crafts for a Cause Dress Sale (Fellowship Lobby)

9:45 a.m.       Fellowship (Fellowship Lobby)

10:30 a.m.     Worship (Sanctuary)

11:30 a.m.     Youth Group (403)

11:30 a.m.     NLI Vision team (Library)

11:45 a.m.     Fellowship (Fellowship Lobby)

Monday 8/20

10 a.m. The Apocryphal Jesus (Library)

7:30 p.m. Boy Scouts (Langley Hall)

Tuesday 8/21

11:30 a.m. Peer Learning Group

6:30 p.m. Trustees (Telephone)

Wednesday 8/22

Noon Wednesday Communion (Chapel)

Noon Overeaters Anonymous (302)

6:30 p.m. The Apocryphal Jesus (Library)

8:30 p.m. AA (Langley Hall)

Thursday 8/23

9:30 a.m. Spire assembly (Library)

1 p.m. Final Proof of Bulletin

Friday 8/24

8:30 p.m. AA (Langley Hall)

Saturday 8/25

10 a.m. Make-a-Wish Volunteer Training (301)

11 a.m. Celebration of Life: K. Nersten (Chapel)

3 p.m. Court of Honor: Daniel Endean (Chapel)

5 p.m. Movie Night (Fellowship Lobby)

UPCOMING EVENTS

Aug. 26 Confirmation Parent Meeting

Aug. 27 Crafts for a Cause

Sept. 6 Trinity Ringers & Chancel Choir resume

Sept. 9 Back to School, Backpack Blessing & Picnic

Sept. 12 Trinity Trebles resume

Nov. 4 Charge Conference

 


Children

Acolytes & Crucifers Sign-Up: visit bit.ly/trinityacb.

Backpack Blessing will be Sunday, September 9 during the 10:30 worship.

Children’s Education at 10:30 includes classes for all children pre-K through 6th grade in Room 402. Children are dismissed from worship following the Children’s Message to join their teachers in the Fellowship Building classroom. Parents may pick up their children at the end of worship.

Movie Night – see information above.

Teachers are invited to volunteer for 2018-19 Sunday School year. Please contact Keith.

Trinity Trebles will resume September 12.

Youth

Acolytes & Crucifers Sign-Up: visit bit.ly/trinityacb.

Confirmation class begins September 9 at 11:30 a.m. There will be a parent meeting on Aug. 26 at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel. This class is open to all 7th graders. For more information, please contact Keith.

Service Hours Opportunity: The Worship Committee has an opportunity for youth and children who need service hours. It involves assisting with preparing the Sanctuary for Sunday services. Please contact Gail Cardwell or Pastor Keith for more info.

Youth Group, for grades 7-12, has a wonderful schedule to engage teens in their faith journey. Please join us! If you would like more information, please talk to Pastor Keith.

Aug. 19 11:30 a.m. The Slow Club

Aug. 26 11:30 a.m. Honduras Solar Panel Discussion

Sept. 2 No Youth Group

Sept. 9 11:30 a.m. Fall Youth Group Kick-off

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Bridging God’s Word to Everyday Life: August 12

Our Prayer List

Aaron, Abby, Alice, Amy, Andrea, Andrew, Ann, Annie, Anthony, Ashley, Barbara, Behram & Reba, Bill & Pat, Bill, Billy, Bob & Fran, Bobbie, Carla, Carol, Daniel, Danny, Darlene, Debbie, Ed & Sally, Ella, Evelyn, Florian, Frank, Gabriela, Gail & Hal, Gay, Herb, Holly, Jane, Jason, Jean, Jim & Sharon, Joan, John, Josh, Julie, Karen, Karin, Ken, Kristin, Len, Lilly, Lincoln, Linda, Lyle, Marcy, Marsha, Mary, Matt, Michelle, Mike, Molly, Molly & George, Nancy, Pat, Paul, Paula, Peggy & Bill, Peggy & Tom, Peter, Sally, Scott & Kathy, She-fin & James, Stephanie, Steve, Susan, Tiki, Vincent, Virginia, Vivian, and Yancey, and immigrant families across the world.


This week

Join Pastor Jim for Bible Study on The Apocryphal Jesus. This video series, presented by The Ohio State University professor, Dr. David Brakke, will examine the non-canonical writings about Jesus, his family and the early apostles. These writings provide historical evidence for the diversity of early Christian thought. Sundays at 9:30 a.m., Mondays at 10 a.m. and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Library. This week: Peter versus Paul in the Pseudo-Clementines.

We rejoice with Damon and Yolande Hanlan as their daughter Ivy Isabelle Hanlan is baptized on Sunday.

Sunday         8/12

8:30 a.m.       Worship (Sanctuary)

9:30 a.m.       Crafts for a Cause Dress Sale (Fellowship Lobby)

9:45 a.m.       Martha’s Table Sandwich Making (Fellowship Lobby)

10:30 a.m.     Worship (Sanctuary)

11:30 a.m.     Youth Group (403)

11:45 a.m.     Martha’s Table Sandwich Making (Fellowship Lobby)

2 p.m. Court of Honor: Connor Hohl (Sanctuary)

Monday 8/13

10 a.m. The Apocryphal Jesus (Library)

7 p.m. Crafts for a Cause (124)

7:30 p.m. Boy Scouts (Langley Hall)

Tuesday 8/14

11:30 a.m. Peer Learning Group

Wednesday 8/15

Noon Wednesday Communion (Chapel)

Noon Overeaters Anonymous (302)

6:30 p.m. The Apocryphal Jesus (Library)

8:30 p.m. AA (Langley Hall)

Thursday 8/16

1 p.m. Final Proof of Bulletin

Friday 8/17

6 p.m. Court of Honor: Andrew Do (Chapel)

8:30 p.m. AA (Langley Hall)

Saturday 8/11

10 a.m. Christ House

 


Upcoming…

Aug. 25         Open Mic & Movie Night

Aug. 26         Confirmation Parent Meeting

Aug. 27         Crafts for a Cause

Sept. 6          Trinity Ringers & Chancel Choir resume

Sept. 9          Back to School, Backpack Blessing & Picnic

Sept. 12        Trinity Trebles resume

Sept. 19        NLI Vision Team

Nov. 4           Charge Conference


Outreach

Collection Drive for Grace Ministries

We are collecting school supplies:

  • Crayons
  • Colored pencils
  • Washable markers
  • No. 2 pencils
  • Plastic folders
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Erasers
  • Wide-ruled notebook or pad
  • Glue sticks
  • Ruler
  • Blunt-tipped scissors
  • Assorted construction paper

Please leave your donations in the donation baskets located outside the sanctuary and in the fellowship building.

Crafts for a Cause

DRESS SALE!

Crafts for a Cause continues to offer summer dresses for sale after both worship services in the Fellowship Building. Handmade, all-cotton summer dresses in sizes from 2 to 8 will be available in a limited supply. Proceeds will help fund Crafts and Mission projects.

Crafts for a Cause has given birth to several new projects recently in an effort to provide comfort items to patients of all ages. For the NICU ward at Fair Oaks Hospital, we are making soft flannel isolette beds with bolsters for the babies’ tiny feet. And for the NICU ward at Georgetown Hospital, some crafters are crocheting small octopus toys that soothe the infants.

These projects are in addition to the neck pillows, lap blankets, surgery dolls, chemo caps and knitted and crocheted baby caps we deliver to Fair Oaks Hospital several times a month. Across the world in Uganda, we send handmade dresses to needy girls. And our handmade fleece throws are donated to the Carpenter’s Shelter and to The Linus Project that provides comfort blankets to children and teenagers.

You can be a part of this by joining one of our work sessions on alternating Monday nights from 7 to 8:30 in Room 124. Upcoming sessions: Aug. 13 and Aug. 27. Homework projects are also available. For more information, contact mollysprouse@gmail.com.

Children

Acolytes & Crucifers Sign-Up: visit bit.ly/trinityacb.

Backpack Blessing will be Sunday, September 9 during the 10:30 worship.

Children’s Education at 10:30 includes classes for all children pre-K through 6th grade in Room 402. Children are dismissed from worship following the Children’s Message to join their teachers in the Fellowship Building classroom. Parents may pick up their children at the end of worship.

Teachers are invited to volunteer for 2018-19 Sunday School year. Please contact Keith, klee@umtrinity.org.

Trinity Trebles will resume September 12.

Youth

Acolytes & Crucifers Sign-Up: visit bit.ly/trinityacb.

Confirmation class begins September 9 at 11:30 a.m. There will be a parent meeting on Aug. 26 at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel. This class is open to all 7th graders. For more information, please contact Ketih, klee@umtrinity.org.

Service Hours Opportunity: The Worship Committee has an opportunity for youth and children who need service hours. It involves assisting with preparing the Sanctuary for Sunday services. Please contact Gail Cardwell (glaxmama@gmail.com) or Pastor Keith for more info.

Youth Group, for grades 7-12, has a wonderful schedule to engage teens in their faith journey. Please join us! If you would like more information, please talk to Pastor Keith, klee@umtrinity.org.

August 12 11:30 a.m. Youth Group Lunch Outing

August 19 11:30 a.m. The Slow Club

August 26 11:30 a.m. Honduras Solar Panel
Discussion

September 2 No Youth Group

Thank You VBS Volunteers

The children had a wonderful week because of you.

Sayda Bir

Grace Bir

Sarah Beth Burgess

Patty Burgess

Lily Calsyn

Emery Conroy

Caleb DeVore

Maddy Faust

Megan Faust

Meri Faust

Jerry Fuqua

Vicky Fuqua

Jen Fuqua-Calsyn

Ellie Gillespie

Eileen Gilmer

Andrea Hager

Melissa Harris

Jake Hensley

Lauren Hensley

Susan Hester

Ann Hooton

Mary Elizabeth Houston

Christian Jemio

Jennifer Jemio

Peter Kaldes

Tommy Kennedy

Alex Kim

Julie Kim

Denise Kissinger

Katie Krokowski

Harriet Latta

Christine Lee

Joyce Lee

Keith Lee

Olivia Liu

Adelaide Loving

Charlotte Loving

Brendan Mansinne

Ryan Mansinne

Diane McCullough

Margie Meak

Claire Montgomery

Colin Montgomery

Kara Neal

Madeleine Ngo

Jose Nunez

Cindy Oh

Sicilia Oliver

Avery Orfitelli

Julia Painton

Davis Sawyer

Anna Speidel

Caroline Speidel

Jim Sprouse

Molly Sprouse

Catherine Thomas

Dylan Thomas

Marci Love Thomas

Gardiner Tyler

Madison Turk

Riley Turk

Meredith Vorndran

Jake Wilbur

Cindy Wilson

Jim Wilson

Zachary Yellen

 

 

 


 

Bridging God’s Word to Everyday Life: Aug. 5

Prayers

Abby, Alice Ann, Amy, Andrew, Ann, Anne & Jay, Annie & Peter, Ashley, Barb, Barbara, Barry, Behram & Reba, Bill, Billy, Buddy, Burl, Candy, Carl, Carla, Carol Ann, Carol, Cathy, Charlie, Cherie, Christopher, Chuck, Claudia, Daniel, Danielle, Darlene, David, Dean, Debbie, Debra, Del, Diana, Diane, Ed, Ella, Esther, Evelyn, Flo, Florian, Frances. Fred, Gay, Gary, Gloria, Heather & Kristen, Herb, Holly, Jane, Janet, Jason, Jean, Jeff, Jerry, Jim & Sharon, Jim, JJ, Joe, John, Jordan, Josh, Joyce, JR, Judy, Julie, June, Karen, Karin, Kate & Leo, Kathleen, Kay, Ken, Kristin, Klaus, Layne, Len, Lenny, Leonard, Leonida, Lilly, Lincoln, Linda, Lindie, Lisa, Lorraine, Maddy, Marciene, Margaret, Marilynn, Martha, Mary Lou, Merlin, Michelle, Mike, Miller family, Nelda, Orlando, Pat, Paula, Pauline, Peg, Peggy & Bill, Peter, Ray, Richard, Robert, Roberta, Rosa, Ryan, Sandy, Sarkees, Scott, Sean, Sherri, Sherry, Steve, Sue, Susan, Suzanne, Theresa, Thomas, Tom, Tonia, Tony, Torry, Vanessa, Vanna, Vickye, Virginia, Vivian, and Yancey, and immigrant families across the world.


This week

Join Pastor Jim for Bible Study on The Apocryphal Jesus. This video series, presented by The Ohio State University professor, Dr. David Brakke, will examine the non-canonical writings about Jesus, his family and the early apostles. These writings provide historical evidence for the diversity of early Christian thought. Sundays at 9:30 a.m., Mondays at 10 a.m. and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Library. This week: Miracles and Magic in the Acts of Peter.

Outreach

Collection Drive for Grace Ministries

We are collecting school supplies:

  • Crayons
  • Colored pencils
  • Washable markers
  • No. 2 pencils
  • Plastic folders
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Erasers
  • Wide-ruled notebook or pad
  • Glue sticks
  • Ruler
  • Blunt-tipped scissors
  • Assorted construction paper

Please leave your donations in the donation baskets located outside the sanctuary and in the fellowship building.

Crafts for a Cause

DRESS SALE!

Crafts for a Cause continues to offer summer dresses for sale after both worship services in the Fellowship Building. Handmade, all-cotton summer dresses in sizes from 2 to 8 will be available in a limited supply. Proceeds will help fund Crafts and Mission projects.

Crafts for a Cause has given birth to several new projects recently in an effort to provide comfort items to patients of all ages. For the NICU ward at Fair Oaks Hospital, we are making soft flannel isolette beds with bolsters for the babies’ tiny feet. And for the NICU ward at Georgetown Hospital, some crafters are crocheting small octopus toys that soothe the infants.

These projects are in addition to the neck pillows, lap blankets, surgery dolls, chemo caps and knitted and crocheted baby caps we deliver to Fair Oaks Hospital several times a month. Across the world in Uganda, we send handmade dresses to needy girls. And our handmade fleece throws are donated to the Carpenter’s Shelter and to The Linus Project that provides comfort blankets to children and teenagers.

You can be a part of this by joining one of our work sessions on alternating Monday nights from 7 to 8:30 in Room 124. Upcoming sessions: Aug. 13 and Aug. 27. Homework projects are also available. For more information, contact mollysprouse@gmail.com.

Shepherd’s Center Needs Volunteers

Drivers needed to take seniors to and from medical appointments, the pharmacy and grocery store. No specific time commitment is needed. Please call to hear how easy it is to help the Shepherd’s Center, at 703-506-2199 or visit our brand new website at www.scmafc.org.

Thank You

God bless Trinity Church,

Thanks for your support for our carne asada sale a few weeks ago. We collected $2,500 in sales and donations to help the people of Guatemala. Next week, I will visit the community affected by the volcano eruption.

In His Service,

Luis Polanco

Pastor, Iglesia de Dios

Children

Acolytes & Crucifers Sign-Up: visit bit.ly/trinityacb.

Backpack Blessing will be Sunday, September 9 during the 10:30 worship.

Children’s Education at 10:30 includes classes for all children pre-K through 6th grade in Room 402. Children are dismissed from worship following the Children’s Message to join their teachers in the Fellowship Building classroom. Parents may pick up their children at the end of worship.

Teachers are invited to volunteer for 2018-19 Sunday School year. Please contact Keith, klee@umtrinity.org.

Trinity Trebles will resume in September. Thank you for another wonderful year.

Vacation Bible School will be August 6-10. Questions or to Volunteer: Contact Jen Calsyn, 703-356-0718, or Marci Thomas, 202-862-9304.

Youth

Confirmation class begins September 9 at 11:30 a.m. There will be a parent meeting on Aug. 26 at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel. This class is open to all 7th graders. For more information, please contact Ketih, klee@umtrinity.org.

Service Hours Opportunity: The Worship Committee has an opportunity for youth and children who need service hours. It involves assisting with preparing the Sanctuary for Sunday services. Please contact Gail Cardwell (glaxmama@gmail.com) or Pastor Keith for more info.

Youth Group, for grades 7-12, has a wonderful schedule to engage teens in their faith journey. Please join us! If you would like more information, please talk to Pastor Keith, klee@umtrinity.org.

August 5 11:30 a.m. VBS Prep

August 12 11:30 a.m. Youth Group Lunch Outing

August 19 11:30 a.m. The Slow Club

 

Making Disciples Through Spiritual Formation & Maturity

By James C. Sprouse, Senior Pastor

Spiritual formation is the key to making disciples in the way of Jesus Christ. I cannot stress strongly enough how vitally important it is on all levels of church life – from preschool through high school and all through adult life. Spiritual formation, aka Christian Education, needs to be a multi-dimensional approach that focuses on commitment to Christ, small-group ministries, outreach and mission. And, spiritual formation needs a solid grounding in the Hebrew Bible and the Christian New Testament.

To form and mature a person’s spirit is not easy. Too often, we teach our children almost by accident – we repeat the same patterns of instruction established by past generations. For parents and teachers committed to the spiritual formation process, itself a faith practice, we have to teach the heart as well as the mind. The faith nurtured through spiritual formation is a faith of generational intentionality. “Hear O Israel: the Lord our God; the Lord alone. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your mind, and with all your soul.”

Although faith is a gift from God, it is learned and practiced and passed on through the community of faith. My mother and father assumed, I think, that I would always have faith. They raised me in Hinton Avenue Methodist Church [United was added in 1968]. It never occurred to them that by the 21st century Christian faith could no longer be assumed. The world changed! And now, faith needs to be taught with joy, intentionally pursued, and given to the next generation. People are not Christians so much as disciples of Jesus Christ and his way of living in relation to the others and the world.

Trinity expects the best from its leaders. Our spiritual formation is overseen and nurtured by Keith, Eileen, Melissa, Jerry, Catherine, our lay leader Peggy Fox, all the wonderful teachers at Trinity, and me. We are committed to making spiritual formation intentional, sound in biblical teaching, relevant to life and challenging. The spiritual formation team at Trinity is committed to deepening our awareness of God, and equipping our children, youth and adults with a strong foundation of the stories of the Bible. Our ministry teams and education teams have everything prepared for the fall season. Join us on for our Sunday School Kick Off, church-wide picnic and Backpack Blessing on Sunday September 9, and the beginning of a wonderful year of learning about God through the love of Jesus Christ.

 

Is Church Relevant to You?

By Eileen Gilmer, Associate Pastor

Nearly every church across the country is seeking ways to attract new members, bring in younger people and encourage folks to attend more frequently. Why is this a common topic of discussions, seminars and web lectures for church folks across the country? It’s because many people find church to be less relevant to them than previous generations. Those are the words that surveys find people use; church is “not relevant” to a big part of the population.

This is a big red flag for those of us (all of us) who are working to “make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world,” as stated in our United Methodist mission. The Book of Discipline goes on to say, “Local churches and extension ministries of the Church provide the most significant arenas through which disciple-making occurs.” It’s much harder to make disciples of brothers and sister who find the church irrelevant in their lives.

We are discovering that making disciples may be more possible through the extension ministries than within the confines of our church building. This is where Next Level Innovation (NLI) will come into play. The Community Connection Team is looking at ways we can reach out to the community. What will this look like? Maybe Trinity will hold “church” in coffee shops, people’s homes or parks. It doesn’t mean the end of worship in our Sanctuary or Chapel, it could mean the addition of worship outside our walls.

What do you want church to look like at Trinity? We would love to hear from you. If you would like to offer ideas for our Community Connection Team, just let Jim, Keith or me know. You are an important part of our future and the way we will continue to make disciples in the years ahead.

 

Confirmation 3.0

By Keith Lee, Associate Pastor

It has been an honor to be part of three confirmation classes so far at Trinity. I enjoyed getting to know all confirmands through the years. I look forward to the next one, which starts in September. I’m calling it “Confirmation 3.0” because I have made two significant changes in the past and plan to make others for the upcoming one.

The reason for the changes? One, confirmation classes are important to the life of the church and, more specifically, to the youth. Both the church and participants invest much time and energy into this process. Moreover, I enjoy the class through teaching basics of faith, interacting with confirmands, and getting to know their parents. Therefore, I would like to present the best possible content, format and experience. Two, after every confirmation class (even though I felt like I gave it my best), there are areas that I want to improve or feel something was missing. Therefore, there will be noticeable adjustments made for 2019.

What are the changes? First, I want to use a curriculum. When I led Confirmation 2016, I inherited a curriculum which I found not satisfactory. For 2017, I made my own curriculum and made more tweaks on it for 2018. They were good but in the end, the confirmands did not have a book that summarized all the knowledge and experiences to aid their recollection. Therefore, we will use a confirmation curriculum Confirm published by Cokesbury.

Second, we will incorporate confirmation class more into the youth group. For Confirmation 2019, it will meet twice a month at 9:30 a.m. and once at 11:30 a.m. Previously, confirmation and youth group were two separate groups and did not have opportunities to interact. Last year, during the middle of the year, changes were made so that it met during youth group once a month. For this year, this interaction will be built into the schedule from the start because one of the goals is to incorporate confirmands into youth group for continued participation afterwards.

The third change will be to involve more peer helpers and mentors in confirmation. Parents have been phenomenal in terms of their cooperation and volunteering. They provided most of the support for confirmation through being available for mentoring and ministry assistance. Their involvement is critical and vital and therefore, an additional support by youth volunteers will strengthen and deepen the process.

For the upcoming Confirmation 2019, a parents’ preparation session will be on Aug. 26 at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel. The first class will begin on Sept. 9 at 11:30 a.m. during youth group. Look for more information in the bulletin and E-News. Looking forward to an awesome Confirmation 2019!

 

August 2018 at Trinity

Aug. 13, 27 Crafts for a Cause

7—8:30 a.m.

Learn about new and on-going projects: https://wp.me/p3ZFFv-qK
Aug. 4 Piano recital: Claire Dantz, 6 p.m. Accomplished musician entering the New England Music Conservatory. Recital will include works by Debussy, Liszt, Beethoven, Chopin
Aug. 5 NLI Vision Team Meeting  
Aug. 6-10 Vacation Bible School: Rolling River Rampage

Visit umtrinity.org/education/vbs to volunteer

Aug. 12 Martha’s Table Sandwich Making
Aug. 18 Christ House  
Aug. 25 Open Mic & Movie Night

5—8 p.m.

Social event for children
Sept. 3 Office Closed
September

2018

Book Chat, Chancel Choir, Trinity Ringers, Trinity Trebles
resume meetings and rehearsals. For more, please contact:

Book Chat: Kathy Maher, kathyngs@gmail.com

Chancel Choir and Trinity Ringers: Jerry Rich, jrich@potomacschool.org

Trinity Trebles: Catherine Wethington,
cwethington@umtrinity.org