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OUR MISSION
We are an inviting congregation
growing in faith through worship,
learning, serving, and fellowship.
OUR VISION
Responding to God’s grace, Trinity
Lutheran Church is a community of
disciples that values everyone and
expresses faith by connecting with
God, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and
all creation through worship,
learning, serving, and fellowship.
IN HYSON HALL THIS SUNDAY
Girl Scout Cookie Sale
WELCA Table
TRANSFIGURATION OF OUR LORD
AT A GLANCE:
On Eagle’s Wings Book Sale
Financial Peace
Check out our NEW website!
Trinitylansdale.com
Trinity Information…………………………………………….2
Discipleship Opportunities and TLC Announcements...3-13
Taking Faith Home………………………………….…....9-10
Financial Peace University………………..…………….Insert
Memorials, Honorariums, Sponsorships..............…….... 13
Prayer Corner………………………………………………..14
Who’s Serving…………………………………………...…..15
Calendar ……………………………………………………..16
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Welcome to Trinity Lutheran Church
If you are visiting our congregation for the first time, WELCOME!
We are glad you came to worship with us today. If you are a visitor, please stop by the Welcome
and Information Center located in the lobby and sign our guest book. We will be happy to answer
any of your questions and feel free to introduce yourself.
Please follow the Worship Folder to participate.
We celebrate Communion almost every worship experience here at Trinity.
All are invited to come forward to receive the Sacrament. Communion is celebrated by Intinction.
Radio Broadcast at 11:00 a.m. on WNPV (1440 AM)
Saturdays at 5:30 p.m.
Sundays at 8:15 a.m.
Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
Sundays at 10:45 a.m.
A casual and intimate
worship experience
in the chapel.
A lively experience
with upbeat music,
present-day wording,
children's sermon,
biblical storytelling,
musical leadership.
A quieter, more
reflective worship
experience with
hymns, scripture, and
biblical storytelling.
A traditional worship
experience with the
familiar Lutheran liturgy, children's sermon,
biblical storytelling,
and choral leadership.
Trinity is a Reconciling
in Christ congregation
COMMUNION - The church offers grape juice and gluten-free
wafers for those with certain diet restrictions.
NURSERY care for infants and young children through
kindergarten age is available during worship beginning at 8:15
a.m. in Room 124.
LARGE-PRINT BULLETINS AND TODAY’S BIBLE PASSAGES
are available at the Welcome Center in the Lobby or from an
usher.
SEATING FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED 9:45 a.m. Service
Only- Please reserve the first pew on the pulpit side (Valley Forge
Road side) for members of the DEAF community and those with
hearing impairments wanting to watch interpreter.
YOUR FEEDBACK, PLEASE SHARE - There are several ways
you can share your questions, celebrations, concerns, and
suggestions. Use the green and white SHARE forms/envelopes in
the pews, email [email protected], or call the church office at
215-368-1710. Place the forms/envelopes in the offering plate during
worship. And, of course, you can always speak with a pastor, staff or
council member.
WEEKLY ATTENDANCE
February 7 & 8—604
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STAY CONNECTED
 Visit Trinity’s website at
www.trinitylansdale.com
for upcoming events,
happenings, sermons, and
devotions. Plus sign up on the
website to receive weekly
emails with devotions, prayers,
links to the current newsletters,
happenings, ways to serve or
give, and much more.
 Join Trinity Lutheran Church
on Facebook.
 Follow us on Twitter,
tlcLansdale.
 View our videos—sermons,
storytelling, VBS on Vimeo.com
Small Groups
Custom Designed Reflection
Guide” is the Lent 2015 Small
Group Conversation and
Congregational Read Book.
Looking for a Lenten discipline
to enhance your spiritual
journey? Why not join a small
group!
The small group/
congregational read book is
“Custom Designed Reflection Guide: Ordinary People
Hearing God’s Call”. We'll focus on how God has
“Custom Designed” us with special gifts, experiences,
and a call. Each of the book’s 12 chapters has a short
teaching section on a facet of our call followed by
many reflection exercises. It is organized under five
"P" words. Each of these P words is a section: Power,
Places, Plan, Purpose, and Press on. We will read
and discuss, explore and consider each of the "P"
word sections during the weeks of Lent.
Pick up your copy of the book, and stop in Hyson Hall
beginning Feb. 1st to sign-up. Contact Andrea Baxter
with any questions. ([email protected])
Sundays at 9:30 am—Room 264—Sue Kramlik
Sundays at 10:45 am—Room 264—Sandy Cottrell
Tuesdays at 6:30 am—Main Street Diner—Pastor
Lutz (men only)
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm—Becky Howard’s home
Wednesdays at 9:30 am—Parlor—Katie Risser
Wednesdays at 1:30 pm—Parlor—Sharon Slowe
Wednesdays at 6:30 pm—Parlor—Helen/Erik Nelson
Thursdays at 1:30 pm—Parlor—Debbie Neves
Wednesday Lenten Worship Services
Midweek Lenten worship services begin
on Ash Wednesday, February 18th at
noon and 7:30 pm. Join us every Wednesday
at either the Service of the Word at noon or
Holden Evening Prayer at 7:30 pm,
February 18 through April 1st.
Ashes
to Go
Join Pastor Lutz Wednesday,
February 18th at the Lansdale
Train Station to receive ashes on
your way to work. He will be offering
ashes 6:30 to 7:30 am.
We take ashes to the street corner
because it is a reminder of need,
humility, and healing and shouldn’t
be confined to a church building. We probably need it more
when we are in the middle of our
daily business! The ashes we receive are to remind us throughout
the day of our need for God, and of
God’s call to us.
This weekend we will be celebrating
Holy Baptism during worship.
Sunday, February 15, 2015
at 10:45 am.
Mason Jeffrey Atkiss, son of David and
Jennifer (Krepps) Atkiss
Benjamin Russell Ragona, son of
Steven and Rhonda (Russell) Ragona
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PRE-SCHOOL REGISTRATION
FOR THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Registration for the 2015-2016 school year has begun.
Children must be 3 years old and 4 years old by
September 15th. The following programs are being
offered for the new school year:
3-year-old and 4-year-old Pre-School Morning Classes
(Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday – 9:15-11:45 am)
4 and 5-year-old Pre-Kindergarten Morning Class
(Monday through Friday – 9:15 – 11:45 am)
Please join us for a
very special journey
in learning!
Lunch Bunch (open to all classes)
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Families will have the opportunity to enroll in September.
If you need more information, or would like to make an
appointment to visit the school, please call 267-498-5913 or
e-mail Lisa Corr at [email protected]
KNITTING
DISCIPLES
The women of WELCA are
looking for volunteers from
our congregation who
enjoy the art of knitting.
We are in the process of
planning the Annual Coat Drive for Patterson
School and are in need of hats to supply
along with each coat.
Please consider this mission as your way to
help keep these children warm and
healthy. Yarn (at no cost) is available
at the WELCA table in Hyson Hall on Sunday
mornings for you to pick up at your
convenience. As you complete your
contributions, feel free to drop the finished
hats at our table for accumulation toward this
coming fall event. Your labor of love is all we
are asking you to consider. Thank you for
your continued support of our missions.
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February 18th–
Butternut squash soup and chicken noodle soup
Lansdale Lutheran
Newsletter Deadline
Please submit articles and information by the
following deadline: February 20, 2015
to [email protected].com
Boy Scout
Pancake
Breakfast
Boy Scout Troop 610
and Cub Pack 9 will
be having a Pancake
Breakfast on February
22nd from 8—11 a.m.,
plus participating in our worship services on
Saturday and Sunday. Please come out for
pancakes and support our local scouts!
D2D Families
D2D families are encouraged to attend
Wednesday night worship services in Lent,
starting on Ash Wednesday, February 18th
at 7:30 pm. There will be NO small group
on Feb. 18th, just the Ash Wednesday
worship service.
March 4th & 18th D2D will attend the
worship service and go to their small group
after the service.
Keep your
eyes peeled...
D2D students will
be doing various
projects during Lent
to raise money for
ELCA World Hunger's "Walk For
Water." See if you
can partner with some of our youth in
learning about the global water crisis and
providing clean drinking water for our
neighbors in need around the world.
ON EAGLE’S WINGS
BOOKS ARE BACK
Our On Eagle’s
Wings team is
having our book
sales on Sunday,
in Hyson Hall.
We have a good
number of new
books again so
come check us out. We currently have a
team of 5 disciples returning but we would
like to have many more join us. If you
have any interest in serving in the North
this summer, please see anyone at the
book tables.
LUTHERAN NIGHT AT THE PHILLIES
MAY 29, 2015 at 7:05 pm
Tickets are $30.00
Section 413
Seats are limited. Contact Vicki Seal to
reserve your seat at
[email protected]
Senior High Youth Group
SAVE THE DATES!
Feb 20th—22nd—SHYG
Feb 28th —Skiing or Sky Zone
March 15th—Service Project
April 25th—Helping Hands Day For Synod
May 3rd—Olympics Night
May 16th—Lehigh Valley Paintball 309 or
Scrimmage
June 7th—Evaluation Meeting, food and
Volleyball
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FASHNAUGHTS AND VARIETY SHOW
Tuesday, February 17th
It's Fat Tuesday and time to eat donuts before Lent
starts the next day! Won't your family join us in
Hyson Hall to have some donuts and enjoy a variety
show with some of Trinity's "talent"???
When:
Time:
Tuesday, February 17th
Donuts and beverages starting at 6:45 pm.
Cost:
NONE! You just need to sign-up so we know
how many people will be there so we'll have enough
donuts! Please sign up at the WELCA table in Hyson Hall on Sundays or call the church office
at 215-368-1710 to let us know you are planning on attending.
Do you have a talent that you'd like to share that evening? Sing?
Play an instrument? Dance? Tell jokes?
Contact Cricket at 610-715-5438 or e-mail [email protected]
DON'T MISS THE FUN....we'll have some fun entertainment!
Trinity seniors
luncheon
February 15th - Hyson Hall from 7-9 pm
There used to be a time when kids sat,
played video games and exercise was a
thing of the past. Nintendo then took the
bull by the horns and developed WII – a
video game, but one that required you to
move! Now it’s time for Mary Martha to
embrace the concept. WII – what’s better
than when WE get together to encourage
each other and laugh. Tennis, Baseball,
Bowling, Yoga – let’s do something for
ourselves and for each other. Come out
and join us to play or just to watch. If you
have an extra remote, please bring it along.
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Tuesday, February 24 at noon
Join us for a ham dinner and a
program: “Senior Safety”. Our guest
speaker will be Officer Dave Pelzer of
the Lansdale Borough Police Department. The officer will share some
important things we can do to safeguard our own well-being. Cost is $10.
Please call the church office,
215-368-1710, between 9:00 a.m. and
2:00 p.m. and let us know that you are
coming. Deadline for reservations is
Thursday, February 19 before noon.
(Please note the change in time.)
If it is necessary to cancel your
reservation, please call Mim Quirk at
215-855-1404.
ADULT FORUM
February 15, 2015
Room 125/127
Luther as Editor and Illustrator
Presented by The Rev. Karl Krueger, Ph.D.-Library
Director & Professor of the History of Christianity
This three-week series examines the German Bibles that
Martin Luther worked on in 1534 and 1541. It presents
Luther as an editor and illustrator who worked closely with
the printers in Wittenberg so that text and image would
showcase evangelical theology. The sessions feature
PowerPoint presentations that let us see and experience
the novelty of Luther's integrative approach.
Come, see, and be enriched.
Women’s Retreat
at St. Francis Center for Renewal in Bethlehem, PA
April 24-26, 2015-Registration Form
Name
Address
Phone #
Email Address
Roommate Preference (if selecting a double room)
___________________________________________
___ Check here if you want to share a room with someone but have no preference whom
Payment is due at the time of registration:
$165.00 for double room
$175.00 for a single room
Make checks payable to Trinity Lutheran Church
You may also email your R.S.V.P. to [email protected]
Return your registration form and payment to:
Victoria Seal, Trinity Lutheran Church, 1000 West Main Street, Lansdale, PA 19446
Registration/payments are due by March 1, 2015
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YOGA
Ready for the new you?
Try our Yoga classes
every Wednesday evening
February 4th– March 18 in
rooms 105-107 from 7-8
p.m. Payment is due in
advance or first night of
class. The full session for 6 classes will be
$36. or $7 a session “pay as you go”. Contact
Vicki Seal in church office 215-368-1710 to
sign up.
FREE INCOME TAX
PREPARATION ASSISTANCE
North Penn United Way’s Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance (VITA) program, sponsored by the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS), provides free
income tax preparation assistance to families or
individuals whose annual household income is
below $53,000 right here at Trinity. Call 2-1-1 or
(866) 964-7922 to schedule your appointment.
PLEASE DO NOT CALL TRINITY!!
CODE BLUE
A serving
opportunity
When the air temperature
drops to 20o, CODE BLUE
is activated by Montgomery County and the shelter located in Luther Hall on
Trinity Lutheran’s campus is open for MEN only.
Assistance is being sought to staff three shifts, as
well as cooks to provide the evening meal.
For more information and to sign up to help,
check out the Code Blue page on our website:
trinitylansdale.com. Or email to:
[email protected]
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COUNCIL CLIPPINGS
Endowment committee recommended
and council approved
1. Approved the recommendation to
provide $ 21,000 to help cover the
costs for adult leaders and the cost
for registration fees for students to
attend the ELCA National Youth
Gathering in Detroit on July 12-15,
2015
2. Approved the recommendation to
provide $12,800 to the Silver
Springs – Martin Luther School,
Plymouth Meeting to resurface the
floors in 24 bathrooms in the
Children’s Residences
Finance Committee recommended and
Council approved:
1. Approved the recommendation that
a five percent (5%) distribution of
$ 47,498.52 be made from the
Endowment Fund to the Endowment Distribution Fund
2. Approved the recommendation that
Teri Lanan be nominated to serve
as Treasurer for 2015
3. Approved the recommendation that
a task force be formed to explore
alternative sources of revenue to
help fund Trinity’s ministry and
mission
We are in conversations with Synod
and the seminary about offering a
pastor some experience at Trinity
during Pastor Skilbred’s family leave
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It’s Cookie
Time!
Can you GIVE?
February Food
Collection:
Keystone
Opportunity Center
Please consider
bringing in some
much-needed food and supplies for
Keystone Opportunity Center and others in
emergency need in our community upon
personal request. Leave them in the large
white boxes in the lobby and Hyson Hall. Indemand items: peanut butter, tuna fish,
canned fruit, canned soup, canned meat,
cereal, pasta, diapers, and baby formula.
Did you remember Trinity
in your will?
A gift in your Will is one of the most valuable
and lasting ways you can leave a legacy and
support the mission and ministry within your
community. Call the church office for more
information, 215-368-1710.
Girl Scouts will be
selling cookies from
8—11:15 a.m. Sunday
in Hyson Hall.
Trinity sponsors ten Girl Scout troops
going from Daisy to Ambassadors. The
girls and their leaders thank Trinity for its
support and welcome the opportunity to
offer the congregation an opportunity to
purchase delicious Girl Scout cookies.
Tennis anyone?
Attention would-be Roger Federers and
Serena Williams, how about coming out for
a night of round robin tennis at Frog Hollow
Racquet Club on Friday, February 27 from
8:30—10:00 pm. We need at least 20 players.
Snacks and water provided. $20 per person.
Contact Juanita Hyson at 215-855-3009.
Trinity Singles Ministry
LUNCH BUNCH – Our next luncheon will be Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the Olive Garden on
Rt. 309. Lunch will be at 1:00 p.m. Call Irene 215-368-5833 to reserve your spot.
COMMITTEE MEETING – Our next planning meeting is Monday, March 9, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.
in room 126. All singles are welcome to come and plan our activities. If you have an idea, but
can’t come to the meeting, call Judy 215-855-3212 and let her know what it is.
BIBLE STUDY – Our next bible study is Monday, March 16, 2015. We will continue the study of
Uppity Women of the Bible. Be sure to read the book of Esther before class. Sign up to bring
food to go with meatball sandwiches. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. in room 125/127. Study begins at
7:30 p.m. You do not have to be single to come to this bible study. Call Judy 215-855-3212 if
you have questions.
SERVICE PROJECT – Reserve Sunday, April 12 to help serve coffee at coffee hour.
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ASP Thirty years
of discipleship
This is YOUR chance.
This is YOUR time. This
is YOUR choice. YOU
can make a difference
in the world, and in the
process, give yourself
that feeling that only comes from doing
something for others. We’ve said it before,
“You have to have been there” to know
what we’re talking about.
There are still a few slots left for this year’s
ASP trip to Kentucky. We have five teams
going this summer from June 27 to July 5.
There is a good mix of folks who have gone
before and those who will be new this year.
If you’ve been thinking about joining us,
NOW is your year. We can take both youth
and adults. Everyone has a skill or talent
that will be useful.
If you want to join us, contact Karen
Wenhold at 215 264-7042 or
[email protected] to receive an
information packet.
C OMMEMORATIONS
FOR THE
God on Tap Gathering
Join us Monday, February 23rd at 7:30
p.m. At Round Guys Brewery, Lansdale
This group meets the 4th Monday of the
month to enjoy a beer and talk about our
faith and Christianity. This month we will
discuss what it means to live in harmony
with creation:
 Should we all be vegetarians?
 Do animals matter to God?
 Does it matter what vehicle I drive?
 Should we be seeking more sustainable modes of living? and more!
The group is open
to all - Christians, non-Christians, beer
drinkers, and designated drivers. All are
welcome. Enjoy the 20% off food with us.
W EEK
As a means of recognizing the witness of exemplary Christians throughout church history,
Evangelical Lutheran Worship includes many commemorations which may be observed in corporate
worship as well as in personal devotions.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015-Martin Luther, renewer of the church,
died 1546
Though he began his adult church life as a simple Augustinian monk, Luther challenged the
abuses he saw in the church, and his work eventually led to the Protestant Reformation. Luther's
accomplishments included liturgical reform, translation of the Bible, and creation of the Small and
Large Catechisms.
From Sundays and Seasons.com. Copyright 2014 Augsburg Fortress. All rights reserved.
Reprinted by permission under Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #20549.
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GRIEF SUPPORT
Thrivent Financial Charitable
Grant Program
As of January 6, eligible benefit
members of Thrivent Financial for
Lutherans have designated $2473 Thrivent
Choice Dollars to Trinity for 2015! Through
the Thrivent Financial charitable grant
program, members can select where
Thrivent Financial distributes part of its
charitable grant funds – including Trinity.
Don’t miss this opportunity to help support
Trinity. Go to Thrivent.com/thriventchoice or
call 1-800-Thrivent and state
“Thrivent Choice” to designate funds.
DON’T SUFFER ALONE. A Grief Support
group is coming soon. Look for details about
a new group starting in April through May.
If you know of someone needing a grief
support group, contact Judy Frankel
215-855-3212. We need at least five
people to have a group.
Special Ringers
and Seekers Ministry
Is a handbell music class and Sunday School
class that are focused on teaching students
and adults with Intellectual Disabilities,
Autism and other Exceptionalities. If you are
interested in more information on these
ministries, please contact Marlene Long at
[email protected]
M EMORIALS & H ONORARIUMS
Listed below are financial gifts made in memory, honor or celebration to designated ministry funds. Gifts can
be given using the green & white envelope/form in the pews and placed in the offering plate or mailed in.
MISSION & MINISTRY FUND
In memory of William F. Kalb by Kimmel, Lorah & Associates, LLP, Certified Public
Accountants, Oaks, PA
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
1000 W. Main St., Lansdale, PA 19446-1926
Phone: 215-368-1710
E-mail: [email protected]
www.trinitylansdale.com
Fax: 215-361-1710
Disciples: all the baptized in this congregation gathered for worship and sent out to do what matters to God
Senior Pastor: Paul Lutz
Pastor for Family Ministry: Dane Skilbred
Interim Visitation Pastor: Anita London
Director for Music: Eric Gombert
Associate Director for Music: Andrea Baxter
Associate Parish Musician: Sue Sheppard
Director for Finance & Administration: Michael Scharff
Financial Assistant: Cathy Pezzuti
Director for Discipleship Gifts: Victoria Seal
Director for Early Learning: Lisa Corr
Director for Communication: Victoria Thomas
Assistant to Pastor for Family Ministry: Karen Strobel
Manager for Buildings & Grounds: Dennis Smith
Nursery Coordinator: Cathy Grever
Maintenance Staff: Saci Bartos, Mary Swords-Greene
Church Secretaries: Karen Brown, Carolyn Hoagland
Global Outreach: On Eagle’s Wings, Northern Canada; Bill & Nicole Lohmeyer, Dominican Republic; Young Adult in Global Mission, ELCA
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P RAYER C ORNER
Please pray for the
following people,
places and situations
throughout our
congregation,
community and the
world.
THOSE HOSPITALIZED
Please pray for the people who are
hospitalized or recovering from surgery
and for
those coping
withDAY
illness.
P RAYER
OF THE
Lee Ford
P RAYER
CONCERN AND CARE.
 For those who are in need of humanitarian
assistance around the world
 For those who are hungry and food insecure.
 For those who are hospitalized, recovering from
surgery and those coping with illness
 For those who are homeless
 For those who protect and defend our country.
All military personnel serving in the United
States Armed Forces and Activated Reserves
 For those looking for employment
 For those affected by violence, war and unrest
 For all family and friends who have lost loved
ones
 For those affected by the terrorism around the
world
OF THE DAY
Almighty and ever-living God,
with mercy you look upon our
weaknesses.
Stretch out your wondrous hand to
protect us from danger
and restore us to health,
through Jesus Christ, our Savior
and Lord. Amen
CONTACT US
Please remember to contact us at the
church office at 215-368-1710 or email
at [email protected] if you or
someone you know is hospitalized, has
prayer concerns, or of any changes to the
information listed on this page.
 For those affected by the winter storms.
 For the children affected by the measles
outbreak
 For the families of the New York train accident
NEXT WEEK’s READINGS
Genesis 9:8-17
Psalm 25:1-10
1 Peter 3:18-22
Mark 1:9-15
Would you like to sponsor a bulletin,
altar flowers or our weekly Radio
broadcast? Sponsorships are available:
Bulletins– March 15 and April 26
Altar Flowers– March 29
Radio-February 15, March 8 & April 26th
Call Karen Brown in the office-215-368-1710
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S ERVING T HIS W EEKEND
Acolytes: 8:15-Ethan Page 10:45-Berta Slawinski
Crucifer: Kevin Schanely
Lector: 5:30-Becky Hettel, 8:15-Steve Kozitzky, 9:30-Herman Siewert 10:45-Dave Weber
Assisting Minister: 5:30-Al Hanna, 8:15-Martha Heinze, 9:30-,Linda Smyser
10:45-Liz Ricketts
Communion Assisting Ministers: 5:30-Al Hanna, Bill Hettel, 8:15-Carol Bennett, Carol Blythe, Sallie
Cassa, Mary Beth Parrott, Cindy Weiss, 9;30-Sandy Cottrell, Janet Frederick, Laura Scattergood,
Cricket Sneraring, Polly Stewart, John Strobel, 10;45-Kathy Perch
Altar Guild: 7:45-,Chell-Doree Miller, Polly Stewart, 10:00-Carol Caum, Joan Grasso
Gift Bearers: 9:30-Jeff & Joanne Michael, 10:45-Shirley Bastian
Media/Video: Linda Graeff
Ushering Teams: 8:15-Team -P-Richard Bishop, 9:30-Team L-Becky Howard, 10:45-Team W-Curt
Rissmiller
Nursery: 8:00-Darlene McKay, Cathy Grever, 9;30-Mary Lou Lease, Tony McDougal,
10:45-Cathy Grever
Maintenance Support: OPEN-Allen F. Kulp, CLOSE-Ron Borneman
Evening Security: Steve Gillen (February 15 to February 21)
Greeters: 5:30-Al Hanna(Council Greeter), 8:15-Teri Lanan (Council Greeter), Katie Risser,
John Wittenbraker, Chuck Hertz, Dale Weber, Ashley Han, Dawn Macy 9:30– Teri Lanan
(Council Greeter), Andy Neidlinger, Marueen McEwen, Jen Kaufman, Cindy Rotelle,
Kim Rothstein Frank Senk, 10:45-Al Hanna (Council Greeter), Barbara Bahner, Betty Sergeant,
Norm & Ann MacMullan, Linda Brennan, Paul Trimborn
Welcome and Information Center: 8:00-Debbie Drop, 9:30-Mim Quirk
Coffee Hours Host: 7:45-Todd & Kristi Simpson, 9:15-Dave Freudig, Greg & Carole Stearsman
Ushering Next Week: Teams, F, H, N
S PONSORSHIP
ALAR FLOWERS
In honor of our grandson, Mason Jeffrey Atkiss on his baptism today by
Andrew & Becky Krepps.
Flowers will be distributed by Heide Pickens & Dave Kriebel to our hospitalized.
BULLETIN & RADIO BROADCAST
Open for 2016, call Karen Brown in the church office if you would like to honor or
remember someone with one of these sponsorships.
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T HIS W EEK AT T RINITY
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Worship - 5:30 pm
Pack 9 Pinewood Derby
VITA Income Tax Preparation
9:00 am
9:00 am
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Worship - 8:15, 9:30 & 10:45 am
Girl Scout Cookie Sale
WoW
LifeSong
Adult Forum
Sunday School
Special Ringers
Seekers
Gym Time: Valkyries Rugby
Here We Go
Girl Scout Troop 7193
Girl Scout Troop 71030
Mary/Martha Circle
Senior High Youth Group
8:00 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
10:15 am
1:00 pm
6:00 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
Chapel
Hyson Hall
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Sanctuary
Hyson Hall
Parlor
218/
125/127
SS Rooms
Bell Room
126
Hyson Hall
The WELL
126
125/127
Parlor
Lobby
ESL Class
VITA Income Tax Prep
Gym Time: Valkyries Rugby
Gym Time: TYA Travel Basketball
Trintinnabulators
Special Council
Boy Scout Troop 61
Al-Anon
Friday, February 20, 2015
COCOM
Senior High Youth Gathering
Girl Scout Troop 7147
9:00 am
1:00 pm
4:00 pm
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
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122
Hyson Hall
Hyson Hall
Bell Room
125/127
Social Hall
Luther Hall 1-1
4:00 pm
5:00 pm
6:30 pm
Luther Hall
Saturday, February 21, 2015
Worship - 5:30 pm
Senior High Youth Gathering
VITA Income Tax Preparation
Boy Scout 510 Blue & Gold Banquet
Church Office Closed-Holiday
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Men in Mission
ESL
Al-Anon
VITA Income Tax Prep
Musikers in the Making
Diakonia
Fashnaught Celebration
Finance
Boy Scout 610
AA Big Book
6:30 am
9:00 am
10:00 am
10:00 am
12:30 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Worship - Noon & 7:30 pm
6:30 am
10:00 am
12:00 pm
12:15 pm
1:00 pm
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:15 pm
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Senior High Youth Gathering
Boy Scout Breakfast
Girl Scout Cookie Sale
West Main Diner WoW
125/127
LifeSong
Luther Hall 1-1 Adult Forum
122
Sunday School
218/220
Small Group
125/127
Special Ringers
Hyson Hall
Seekers
264-Conference Small Group
Scout Room
Gym Time: Valkyries Rugby
Luther Hall 1-1 CHAOS
Girl Scout Troop 7193
Girl Scout Troop 71030
Train Stattion
125/127
Sanctuary
125/127
122
218/220
Hyson Hall
218/220
Bell Room
218/220
105/107
126
Hyson Hall
264-Conference
The WELL
Sanctaury
200C
Chapel
9:00 am
4:00 pm
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Worship - 8:15, 9:30 & 10:45 am
Monday, February 16, 2015
Ashes To Go
Wednesday Bible Study
Ash Wednesday Service
Staff Meeting
VITA Income Tax Prep
Musikers in the Making
FEAST Meal
Cherub Choir
Generingers
Joyful Choristers
Yoga
Prayer Shawl Committee
Gym Time: TYA Bolts
WELCA Board
D2D Learning Night
Ashwww.trinitylansdale.com
Wednesday Service
Thursday, February 19, 2015
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Hyson Hall
Sanctuary
8:00 am
8:00 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
9:30 am
10:15 am
10:45 am
1:00 pm
6:00 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
Hyson Hall
Hyson Hall
Parlor
218/
125/127
SS Rooms
264-Conference
Bell Room
126
264-Conference
Hyson Hall
The WELL
126
125/127
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
1000 W. Main St., Lansdale, PA 19446-1926
www.trinitylansdale.com [email protected]
215-368-1710 Fax: 215-361-1710