We wish each of you a healthy and happy November! David reminds us of Paul's words to the people of Corinth. Paul knows the believers are grateful to God for the grace and forgiveness they have experienced as a result of their faith. God's love had power then, as it still does today, and will have tomorrow. God's unconditional. 'no strings attached' love and grace create a deep sense of gratitude in us. Thanks be to God for his inexpressible gift!
We are so grateful for everyone who helped make today's worship so special. Connie Carrigan shares a Moment for Gratitude, helping us to remember to appreciate inspirational people and events around us, even at this difficult time. One of those inspirational moments follows, featuring Lia Catalano. We know you'll love it! And we don't want to forget Mason Lhotsky; thank you, Mason, for pitching in!
Trinity's in-person activities are suspended through Sunday, November 22nd.
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Please know that Trinity's elders, deacons, and staff are praying for you, your loved ones, and your friends as we follow state guidelines to restrict the spread of Covid-19. If you should have a care concern or celebration you'd like to share, please email David or the church office.
As we continue to pay the church's unchanging monthly obligations, we remain sincerely grateful for your giving. Louise Taff, our Receiving Treasurer, is checking the mail frequently each week, making the deposits for the church. If you have questions about your giving, please email Louise.
We recognize that for many people this is an uncertain time, and know that you may not have the income you had before the pandemic. If you find yourself in a difficult position and would like to request financial assistance from the church, please write a confidential email to David.