Trinity Goes To the Movies
2017

Trinity at the Movies – July 22nd & 23rd

Dear Trinity family,

In traveling around we sometimes see bumper stickers that read “MY CHILD IS IN THE GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM AT ABC SCHOOL” and I certainly understand being proud of our children’s accomplishments. But I’d like to create a bumper sticker that we ALL put on our vehicles “I AM IN GOD’S GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM. “The point is clear. God has given EVERY ONE of his children gifts and talents. We’ll explore that this weekend in a NEW SERMON SERIES called “TRINITY AT THE MOVIES” For 3 weekends we’ll explore biblical themes through the lens of popular movies. This weekend the biblical theme is found in Mark 4:21-23. The movie we’ll reference is HIDDEN FIGURES. Come to worship to consider the interface of movie and scripture.


SATURDAY AT 5:00 IN TRINITY HOUSE

Pastor Anthony Pami will preach and music will be shared by the Meanz of Grace praise band.  We’ll hear a report from our Appalachian Service Project team through Robert Grosinski and Don Harris

 
SUNDAY 
8:15 CHAPEL WORSHIP

Anthony Pami will again lead worship and preach and our ASP reporters are Sarah Brodine and Pattie Huff.

9:15 SANCTUARY WORSHIP

The Celebration Praise Band leads us in music and Jamie Rennie and Tony Albanese will talk about ASP. I’ll share the sermon.

10:45 TRADITIONAL SANCTUARY WORSHIP

Our ASP reflections will come from Nathan Anzel and Sarah Brodine, and a special solo will be shared by Rosemary Robertson.  We’ll dedicate our VBS team, as they prepare for next Monday’s kickoff of our annual Vacation Bible School experience. I’ll share the sermon.


We’ll of course also have more good news to share and celebrate, and hope you’ll write down a God sighting on our God Sighting Boards near the worship entrances.

Our other 2 movies coming up are Inside Out (shown in Trinity House on Thursday, July 27) and McFarland USA (shown in Trinity House on August 3.)

I hope you’ll share in the joy and power of weekly worship at Trinity this weekend.

Blessings and peace,
 
Frank