Trinity Lutheran Church and School
October 2014
October 25th
God Lights Our World
(Details inside)
CHURCH 708-532-9395
[email protected]
SCHOOL 708-532-3529
[email protected]
Web-site tlcs.org
Traditional Worship: Sat. 6:00 pm – Sun. 8:00 & 9:30 am
Contemporary Worship: Sunday 11:00 am
6850 W. 159th Street, Tinley Park, Il 60477
Let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will
learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect. Romans 12:2
Trunk or Treat & G.L.O.W.
Trinity’s Trunk or Treat & G.L.O.W. (God Lights Our World) fall
festival is coming! Join us on Saturday, October 25, starting at
4:30 p.m. in the gym. Children of all ages are invited to come
dressed in kid-friendly costumes to enjoy throwback carnival
games and lots of fun for all ages. Trunk or Treat offers families
the opportunity to decorate their vehicles, hand out candy,
compete in contests, and provide safe, fun trick or treating for
friends and family.
For more information or to volunteer for this exciting evening,
contact Jayne VanderVelde at [email protected] or Janelle Floerke at
[email protected]
Contact Bob Gordon
[email protected]
708-532-9395 x229
Our Men's Group is discussing a new video-based series
titled, "Stepping Up: A Call To Courageous Manhood". New
group members are always welcome. We have two groups
for you to choose from. Our evening group meets on
Wednesdays from 7:00 - 8:30pm. Our morning group
meets on Saturdays from 7:00am - 8:30am. Both groups
meet at Trinity in the Old Chapel, and food is provided at both groups. For more
information, please contact Bob Gordon at ext 229 or [email protected]
Our Grief Support Groups are available to anyone who has lost
a spouse, child, parent, family member, or friend. Our afternoon
group meets on Tuesdays at 1:00pm, and our evening group
meets on Thursdays at 7:00pm in the Conference Room at Trinity.
A Grief Support Group will give you the opportunity to find healing
and hope. For more information, please contact Connie Strand at
708-532-2633 or [email protected]
Small Groups for our "40 Days of Community" series
will be meeting through the end of October. If you have
any questions about your group's schedule or need
additional materials for your group, please contact Bob
"Book of Romans" led by Connie Strand in the Old Chapel
"40 Days of Community" led by Bob Gordon in the 8th grade
Working Women's Group - "40 Days of Community" led by Vivette
Payne in the Conference Room
11:00 am - Senior Bible Study - "Getting Closer to God" led by Pastor Brunner in the
Old Chapel. Followed by Lunch Bunch at noon
1:00 pm - Ladies Bible Study - "40 Days of Community" led by Peggy Peters in the Old
Contact Linda Burns
October is LWML Month! The ladies have been hard at work
making bookmarks that will be handed out to all women on the
weekend of Oct 4th and 5th. We will also be participating in the
worship services during that weekend. Please take time to visit
the LWML tables that will be set up in the Narthex containing
samples of the many projects we have been working on.
We meet every Thursday morning from 10am – noon in the Trinity Room. We are
entering our busy season – and we would love to have you stop by and lend a hand
with some fun projects.
The nightly group has started up again and meets on the first and third Thursday
evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the Trinity Room. Tammy Picman will be our
leader and she has some wonderful ideas in store. Please come join us for some
If you, or somebody you know, are interested in providing childcare for
the group – please contact Linda Burns (708) 444-4756 or Tammy Picman (708) 5747762.
Remember – all ladies confirmation age and up are invited to be part of LWML!
We are collecting a variety of items for our projects.
Special requests for this month are: Colorful pillowcases
(to be sewn into dresses – see the display in the Trinity
Room on the bulletin board); other items we are collecting
for on-going projects include: double sided permanent
tape, 4ply yarn, Religious greeting cards – new or used,
cancelled postage stamps, eyeglasses and sunglasses.
Items can be left in the Trinity room in the purple box
marked LWML. Thank you in advance for your help!
Please remember to deposit your “mite” offerings into the drop box just outside the
Trinity Room. These funds are sent to the Northern Illinois District and are used to
fund the grants approved by LWML.
As always, thank you in advance for helping us to help others! Blessings!
Contact Debra Erwin 708-532-6970
The Trinity Altar Guild is entering our busy Holiday Season
(Reformation Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year).
If you are interested in learning more about the "behind the
scenes" of our Altar Guild this is a perfect time to come on out to
any of our 'Holiday Work Days'. Perhaps you are interested in
arranging flowers, or you'd like to learn how to help prepare and
serve Communion, ETC... Our friendly group of Altar Guild
members would like to get to know you and work with you.
Our Holiday Work Days will be listed in the November "Trinity Alive" booklet. Call our
Altar Guild Directress (listed above) with any questions you may have.
Lord, take my hands and let them do works which show my love for you.
Senior Choir Contact Jo Rodenburg 815-464-6000
Senior Handbells Contact Karen Gustafson 708-478-1841
School’s Children’s Choirs will be working hard to prepare music for
our worship services. We are very blessed at Trinity, to have had a very
strong music program in the past and now to continue in this wonderful
ministry of music for the future.
Senior Choir meets on Thursday evenings from 7:30-9:00 from September
through May. They sing once or twice a month and join in with special
music for the holidays. Maybe this year, YOU would like to be a part of this
group. The choir is directed by Jo Rodenburg. She welcomes any and all
enthusiastic singers! It is never too late to join.
Senior Handbell Choir meets on Tuesday evenings from 7:00- 8:30. They
also ring about once a month and enjoy performing music throughout the year
with some emphasis on the Christmas Holiday. The Bell Choir is directed by
Karen Gustafson. You can call Karen for more information.
Contact Jayne VanderVelde [email protected] 708-532-9395 x231
Sunday School News
Classes Have Begun & Registration Is Still Open
Sunday School began on September 14 with over 90 children in
attendance! We are thankful for the over 50 adults and teens that are
dedicating their time and talents to teach the Gospel to the children of
Children ages 3 to Grade 6 can enroll at anytime. Registration is available online at
tlcs.org (click on the Sunday School slide) as well as paper forms available outside the
Children’s Ministries office. Visiting children are always welcome!
Sunday School classes are from 9:30–10:30 each Sunday. Children in preschool and
kindergarten meet in the Gym, while children in Grades 1–6 meet in the Music Room.
We Need YOU!
We are looking for a few more adult volunteers to dedicate their time and talents as
workshop leaders.
Our workshop leaders prepare only one lesson for the month and
then teach it each week to a different group of children. Leaders
can choose to teach for one month, two months, or every month.
They can choose an area that reflects their talents, whether that’s
crafts, storytelling, acting, cooking, music, computers, etc. This is a
great chance for partners, groups, and individuals to dedicate four
Sundays (or more) out of the year to sharing their time and talents
with the children of Trinity!
Please contact Jayne VanderVelde for more information and to volunteer for
this exciting year of Sunday School!
Reveal Kids Bible Lessons
Volunteers are needed to serve as teachers and helpers for the Reveal Kids
Bible Lessons each week during the 11:00 service sermon.
Triangles Dodgeball Night
Our middle-grade youth group for all students in Grades 4–6 is
meeting on Columbus Day, Monday, October 13, from 6:30–
8:00. Join us in the gym as we enjoy a Bible study, a snack, and
an active game of dodgeball. Please don’t forget your $2 for our
two Compassion children. No registration is required. Bring a
friend, and come join the fun!
Contact Chad Huber
[email protected]
708-532-9395 x227
Sunday Morning Bible Study
Have you seen the loft? It looks fantastic! It’ll be a great place to have Bible Study
Sunday mornings from 9:30-10:30. Anyone in 7th-12th grades are welcome to join us!.
TLC Youth Nights
Senior High TLC meets regularly Sunday nights from 6-8pm, while Junior High TLC
meets twice a month.
October Schedule
5th - Sr. High 6-8 pm
26th - Jr. High 4-6 pm
Sr. High 6-8 pm
College Care Packages
We love to send care packages and encouraging notes to our
college youth kids. Please make sure we have your child’s address
by filling out the form online or at the youth table.
Big Day of Serving
Saturday, October 11 is “The Big Day of Serving.” This is a
1-day mission trip to Yorkville, IL. We will be serving all day
with hundreds of kids from around Illinois, followed by
worship and maybe a little relaxing. Anyone in grades 7th12th are welcome to join us. The cost is $20.
Guys/Girls Outings
Sunday, October 19th we’ll be meeting at Noon.
Guys will grab lunch and head out to fish. Dads
are encouraged to join us. The girls will grab
lunch and head off to a Pumpkin Patch. Sign up
today, so we know how many to expect.
Text Updates
If you’d like to receive text updates and reminders about youth activities,
please send your number Chad’s way.
Jim Butler 708-508-6787
Trinity has formed a Men’s Basketball League, which will start October
24th and will run until April 17th. The games start at 6:30. Depending on
the number of men signed up for the league will determine the number of
games we are expected to play. It is open to all members, their friends
and guests who are 16 years of age or older.
There will be a book sale before and after the services in the Trinity
Room on Saturday, October 18th and Sunday October 19th. All
proceeds will go to the Good Samaritan Fund.
“The Ed Berg Memorial Golf Outing”
14240 W. 151st Street
If you registered for the golf outing the shot-gun start will be at 11:30 am. Please arrive
no later than 11:00 am. Golf, carts, prizes, and dinner are included. If you have any
questions, please contact Bob Gordon at 708-532-9395 ext 229 or [email protected]
We shall go through the Bible in its entirety, reading at least one
chapter a day. We alternate between the Old and New
Testaments. This mixing provides a refreshing variety. God Bless
your time spent in His Word.
October 1
October 2
October 3
October 4
October 5
October 6
October 7
October 8
October 9
October 10
October 11
October 12
October 13
October 14
October 15
Psalms 137
Psalms 138
Psalms 139
Psalms 140
Psalms 141-142
Psalms 143
Psalms 144
Psalms 145
Psalms 146
Psalms 147
Psalms 148
Proverbs 1
Proverbs 2
Proverbs 3
Proverbs 4
October 16 Proverbs 5
October 17 Proverbs 6
October 18 Proverbs 7
October 19 Proverbs 8
October 20 Proverbs 9
October 21 Proverbs 10
October 22 Proverbs 11
October 23 Proverbs 12
October 24 Proverbs 13
October 25 Proverbs 14
October 26 Proverbs 15
October 27 Proverbs 16
October 28 Proverbs 17
October 29 Proverbs 18
October 30 Proverbs 19
October 31 Proverbs 20
Charlene Hyre 708-687-8716
or Joan Miller 708-429-0411
The Social Ministry exists to help members of the congregation that
need some assistance. The food drives during the holiday seasons
are just one way to reach out to those in need. It is always a joy to
see how members of Trinity respond to help others in need.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are fast approaching. The Social
Ministry will once again be requesting donations of food, gift cards or
cash. Food items that are needed will be posted on the bulletin board in the Trinity
Room. If you wish to donate gift cards or cash please drop it off in the church office. If
you wish to refer a member to be a recipient of a food donation gift box, please contact
Charlene or Joan. Thank you for your support and generosity.
Have you Considered Trinity in your Will or Estate Plan
Pass down your blessing to tomorrow’s Trinity families.
Your caring support of Trinity has provided opportunities for
thousands of people to hear the saving message of the
Gospel. You can continue to support those opportunities,
even after your lifetime.
Call or e-mail Pastor Schauer at 708-532-9395 ext.223 or
[email protected] to discuss the various opportunities
available today. Your decisions today can impact generation
to come. God’s Blessings!
“Girlfriends Guide to Grace”
. Saturday, October 18, 2014 – 10:00 am
. Palos Country Club, 13100 Southwest Highway, Orland Park
. Brunch buffet consisting of Frittata, Sausage and Bacon. Sauteed
Potatoes, Praline Glazed French Toast, Honey Yogurt with Toppings,
Muffins, Croissants and Bagels. Coffee and Tea.
. Guest Speaker – Jeralyn Thielen
. For more information call Kathy Gilmore in the church office
or at [email protected]
Reminder: Please bring a non-perishable item for the Trinity Food Pantry
Thank you for your support
Principal Steve Stec
Principal Scott Huster
[email protected]
Trinity Lutheran School exists to challenge and enable young people to grow in
both Christian Spirit and academic wisdom, and to prepare them to be witnesses
in God's Kingdom.
Wednesday Morning Worship: Please consider joining us every
Wednesday morning as the students and staff worship our Lord during
our weekly chapel service. Worship begins at 8:10 a.m. All are welcome
to join us. Offerings for the first quarter of the school year will benefit the
Lutheran Malaria Initiative (LMI). Every 66.5 seconds, a child in Africa
dies from malaria. Through the Lutheran Malaria Initiative (LMI), LCMS Lutherans can
help fight this disease. If you would like to help, please contact the school office for
additional information.
Culvers Kickback Night: Thank you all who have supported Trinity in
the past. Your support is truly appreciated. Trinity received a check for
$100 in July from the Kickback Days. The next Kickback Day is
scheduled for Tuesday, October 7th at the Culver’s in Tinley Park. All
you need to do is let the employee at the counter know that you are
there to support Trinity.
Carson Pirie Scott Community Days…Dollars For Education:
SPEND $5.00 and get $10.00 back (plus over $500 in exclusive offers)!
Carson Pirie Scott is helping schools around the nation. Parents
purchase a $5.00 book of coupons, one of which entitles the buyer to
take $10.00 off any item, selling for $10 or more, purchased on the
weekend of November 14 and 15. Trinity gets to retain all $5.00 from the sale of the
book. If we can sell 200 books, we earn $1000.00 for education! Help us reach our
goal by sharing this information with your friends and neighbors. Books are available
now in the school and church offices.
Teachers at a conference: On Friday October 10, the teaching
ministers of Trinity will be participants at the Northern Illinois
District Conference on the Northern Illinois University Campus in
DeKalb, IL. Please remember this conference and all who attend
in your prayers.
God’s Blessings to Trinity’s Academic Bowl Team Members. On
Saturday, October 11, Trinity Lutheran will compete with 15 area middle
schools, public and parochial, in an academic bowl at Providence High
School in New Lenox, Trinity will be sending a seventh (7 th) and an eighth
(8th) grade team. This will be Trinity’s fifth (5th) year competing at
Construction Building Update:
The construction workers are
continuing to make progress on the new addition. At the time of this
being written the foundation is has been poured and the frame should
be going up shortly.
Market Day Pick Up: Saturday, October 25th. Pick up time
10-10:45 a.m.
Coffee and… Our first coffee of the year is scheduled for Wednesday,
October 29, at 1:30 in the afternoon in the School Library. Questions
for the Christian Day School Board members or the principal are
encouraged during this time. This activity allows parents the
opportunity to learn about different facets of the school program
through question and discussion – along with some munchies and a drink.
Hot Lunch Position Available: Trinity is looking to hire an individual
to work part time with our hot lunch coordinator to help prepare and
serve lunches to our day school students.
Hours would be
approximately 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. each hot lunch day. If interested
please submit your resume to the school office or email your resume
to [email protected] .
Trinity Celebrates Drug Free Week… October 27–31 is Red Ribbon Week
for Trinity and many other schools in the nation. During this week, all
students will be reminded of the danger drugs can do to God’s temple of the
5th and 6th graders will go to “FEED MY STARVING CHILDREN” On
Friday, October 17th the students will travel to “Feed My Starving
Children” in Aurora, IL to help pack meals that will be used to feed
God’s Children in need all around the world. We pray that God blesses
this wonderful service opportunity for our students.
Quarter Ends… The first quarter of the 2014 – 2015 school comes to an
end on Tuesday, October 28, for Trinity’s students. God be praised for His
continued blessings upon Trinity Lutheran Church and School.
Parent-Teacher-Student Conferences: November 5th and 6th.
Veterans’ Day Celebration: November 11, Trinity’s Student Council will lead the
student body, staff, and parents in a recognition ceremony for those men and women
who have served and are serving in the military. The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m.
in the church sanctuary. All are invited to join us for this tribute to those who protect
our freedom. We also invite all those who have served or are now serving in the
armed forces to join us as we honor those who have protected our freedom and
our way of life. God Bless America!
Grand Person’s Day: November 26. Each student is asked to have the special
person(s) in his or her life join them at school for the day. More information to follow.
Pack The Gym Night... December 5. The goal of this activity is to demonstrate
Christian friendship to a family struggling with medical and financial needs by offering
them gifts of love through contributions and donations. ALL dollars raised on the 5th
through admission and concessions sales will directly benefit the family.
7th and 8th grade dance... A Student Council sponsored dance is planned for
Saturday, December 6, from 7 to 9 pm for students in grades 7th & 8th. All members of
Trinity currently in grades 7th & 8th are invited to attend, and bring a 7th or 8th grade
friend! Mark your calendar now! Permission forms will be available in November.
Thank You, members of Trinity, for all your prayers and support for the families of Trinity
Lutheran Church and School.
Mark your calendars:
Men’s Group Appreciation Brunch
Saturday, October 25, 2014
10:30am – 12:30pm
The Men’s group of Trinity has exploded with enthusiasm, eagerness, and mostly, a
genuine passion of their love of the Lord by sharing their time and talents to help those
in need of a helping hand.
As a token of gratitude to this wonderful small group ministry, we would like to host a
brunch for them and their wives to let them know how much they are appreciated.
LWML will help with the organizing of this event, but if this group has touched you in
any way, we would love to have you come out and personally thank them. Please call
Linda Burns at (708) 444-4756 for more information.
Contact Judy Green 708-772-3664 [email protected]
Trinity members it is that time again. Time to sign up for a
table at the Sixth Annual Trinity Christmas Expo. This year,
the event will take place on Saturday, November 29th
from 10am until 3pm. Once again we will have about 50
vendors and we might even be able to get Santa and Mrs.
Claus to come back for more pictures! There will also be a
vendor raffle and a 50/50 raffle, with the proceeds
from these going to a designated ministry of Trinity as yet
to be determined. As usual, the tables are open to Trinity
members first who have home-based businesses (no store
front), or specific crafts. Remember, since this is a fund
raiser for Trinity ministries, you can deduct your table cost.
Registration is now open to the general public. For more
information, or to reserve your spot today, contact Judy
Coin and Collectible Show
Bill Birk, President and Judy Green, Secretary of the Oak Forest
Numismatic Society invite the members and friends of Trinity to attend
the OFNS Coin and Collectible Show on Saturday, October 11, from
10am until 3pm in the gymnasium. There will be coin and collectible
vendors displaying and selling their wares; there will also be a 50/50
raffle and a raffle for some unique and possibly valuable numismatic
items. The Trinity School parents will be running a food concession all day with the
proceeds going to the students of Trinity Lutheran School. For more information
contact Judy Green at [email protected] or 708/772-3664.
Prayer Requests
If you have a prayer request you may contact the church office, check
the prayer request line on your Connection Card and write the prayer on
the back or you may complete a prayer card and put it in the prayer box
hanging in the Narthex.
Flower Offerings
If you would like to request flowers to be placed on the altar please fill in
the flower chart with your name and phone number on the wall in the
Narthex. Someone will contact you to get the information for your
special request.
Helping Hands Men’s Group Ministry
Do you have a project or do you know of someone that has a project
that the Men’s Group can assist with? Our Trinity Men’s Group is
available to assist you with projects around your home. Projects
include yard work, painting, minor repairs and more. For more
information, please contact Marco Melone at [email protected] or
Bob Gordon at 708-532-9395 ext. 229
For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God
prepared in advance for us to do. (Ephesians 2:10)
Family Information Changes
If you have moved, changed your e-mail address, changed your
phone number, etc. please contact the church office to update your
information. Having accurate records helps us to communicate better
with you.
Connection Cards
Connection Cards are located in each pew. Please fill the card out
and print clearly. This helps us to take attendance each week. If you
have any address, phone or e-mail changes please indicate this on
the card. Please also check any necessary items that you wish.
Community Events
Please stop by the Community Events Bulletin Board to see the
things happening in and around the community. If you have an
event you would like posted please contact the church office for
approval and we will post it for you once approved. Please keep in
mind this is for events that everyone could benefit from.
Quest Bible
If you would like a copy of the Quest Bible please contact the
church office. The bibles cost $25 and are available during
normal office hours.
Church Giving Envelopes
Trinity is continually blessed by the generosity of our members.
For this we are thankful. In order for the Board of Finance to
correctly credit each member’s offering, the Board requests
that whenever possible, you use the numbered offering
envelope. If this is not possible, please indicated your name
and offering envelope number on the pew envelope. Thank you for your cooperation
and may our Lord continue to bless you.
Transportation Ministry
New Transportation Ministry - Would you like to help others by
providing a ride to Trinity for someone who cannot drive? Volunteers
are needed to provide transportation for members to and from
services and functions at Trinity. To volunteer or for additional
information, please contact Bob Gordon at ext 229 or [email protected]
Would like to greet members and visitors as they walk in to Trinity?
This is a great way to meet people and be a friendly smile to all that
enter to hear God’s word. It is very simple to get started. Simply call
the church office and let them know you would like greet and for which
service you would like to greet at. We will be happy to hear from you.
Ushering is another great way to serve God’s Kingdom and meet
other members and visitors to Trinity. It is very simple to usher.
Ushers help hand out bulletins before the service, they assist with
the collection and assist with communion. If you are interested in
learning more or would like to volunteer please call the church
office with the service you are interested in and we will get you set up with some brief
training and you will be all set to go.
Screen Operators
Did you ever wonder how the screens come alive filled with music,
words and pictures?? Would you like to learn how to run the
screens?? We would love to have you on board to help out. We
are looking for several people at all the services to operate the
screens during the services. It is not hard, the training is simple and
does not take much time. The more people we have the less work it
is on any one person. If this is somewhere that you would like to
volunteer or have more questions about before making up your
mind please contact Pastor Schauer in the church office.
Praise Band
Do you love to sing, play an instrument and worship our God? Do you
enjoy the modern Christian music like Chris Tomlin, MercyMe, and
Hillsong…..the same stuff you are hearing on KLOVE, ShineFM, or
WBGL?? Then we ask you to consider being a part of the Reveal
Worship Band! We practice most Tuesdays at 6:30 pm. Contact Drew for
more details at [email protected]
Drama/Skit Ministry
We are starting a drama/skit ministry here at Trinity! Wanna be a part of
it??? We are looking for actors and actresses of ALL ages. Contact
Chad Huber for more information in the church office at ext. 227 or
[email protected]
Thank you so much for your amazing generosity for our Backpack and School
Supplies Drive. We collected over 425 backpacks and filled each backpack with
school supplies. The backpacks have been distributed to local schools, organizations,
and families in need of assistance. Below is a list of the recipients of your generous
• Trinity families
• Trinity Lutheran School
• Tinley Park Food Pantry
• P.A.S.S. in Tinley Park
• Together We Cope (Tinley Park)
• The Bridge Teen Center (Orland Park)
• South Suburban Crisis Center (Tinley Park)
• School District 146 (5 schools in Orland Park and Tinley Park)
• Oak Forest High School
• School District 143 ½ (5 schools in Posen and Robbins)
• Worth Woods Elementary School (Worth)
• Master Academy (Chicago)
• My Joyful Heart (Lockport)
• Joliet Soup Kitchen
Governance Board Update
The Governance Board has had the opportunity to meet
twice since being elected. Our first couple of meetings have
focused on getting to know each other, identifying our
primary objectives, defining the scope of work that needs to
be completed, and beginning to set some structure for how
our group will work together. There is a lot of work to be
completed by next spring, so we have established a biweekly meeting schedule. We thank the congregation for
their continued prayers and support of this important work at Trinity, and look forward
to seeing where the Spirit will lead us.
Rev. Paul Strand (x222)…………………………………………….....Senior Pastor
Rev. Richard Schauer (x223)…………………………………… ..Associate Pastor
Rev. Paul Brunner…………………………………………………..Assistant Pastor
Rev. Gary Schmidtke………………………………………..Assistant to the Pastor
Andrew Denlinger (x287)………………..…….Director of Contemporary Worship
Karen Gustafson (x230)…………………………………………....Director of Music
Jo Rodenburg (x230)...…………………….………….……………Director of Choir
Chad Huber (x227)…………………………………..…Director of Youth Ministries
Jayne VanderVelde (x231)……………..………...Director of Children’s Ministries
Bob Gordon (x229)………………………....Director of Service and Small Groups
Kathy Gilmore (x232)……………………………...……….Director of Connections
Mistee Plattner…………………………………………..…….Director of Fellowship
Scott Huster (x240)………………………………….…….Co Minister of Education
Steven Stec (x240)………………………… …………….Co Minister of Education
Nancy Butterfield (x225)…………………………....School Admissions Counselor
Ron Rezek (x246)……………………………………………..…..Building Manager
Nettie Schuman (x221)……………….….Church Office Administrative Assistant
Mary Dykstra (x224)……………………………….………………..Office Assistant
If you would like something published in this newsletter please contact Nettie in the church office.
Thank you and may God Bless!
The November Trinity “Alive” deadline is October 17th.
Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you.
Ephesians 4:32