I like new things. Most of us do. Retailers know that if they put a sign on a product saying it is “new” that the sign alone will account for increased sales. But wouldn’t it be great if WE could be new, not in body, but in soul and mind. The good news is that this is possible and that’s what we’ll look at this weekend as we continue to explore our Lenten theme – Restored. The man who learned about becoming new is written about in the Bible lesson of John 3:1-12.
Additional details of our services this week include:
SATURDAY AT 5:00 IN TRINITY HOUSE – Our service music will be provided by Meanz of Grace Praise Band and Pastor Jenny will be sharing the sermon.
(After worship you can have a great pasta dinner in Starr Hall, in support of our Appalachian Service Project summer mission trip. Dinner is from 4:30 – 7:30)
8:15 CHAPEL WORSHIP – Pastor Deb De Vos will lead the service and preach.
9:15 CONTEMPORARY SANCTUARY WORSHIP – Our Youth Praise Band will lead us in music and I’ll preach.
10:45 TRADITIONAL SANCTUARY WORSHIP – Music will be shared by our Trinity Ringers and the Chancel Choir and I’ll preach.
After each service you’ll have your first opportunity to order Easter flowers for our upcoming Easter worship services. (Easter is in 3 weeks)
On Sunday morning information about our new Columbarium project will be available; our big roll out of the project last Sunday was very successful, as we already have about 30% of the sales we need to start the project.
Children participating in the Bible memory verse game can tell a pastor the verse before or after our worship services.
You can sign up to participate in the Appalachian Service Project mission trip – there are only 7 adult spots and 8 youth spots left.
It’s shaping up to be an exciting and energizing weekend at Trinity; l hope you’ll be a part of it.