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Trinity Events & Information

Nov 17, 2019

November - 2 Mission of the Month Projects!

Season of Sharing

This month we are collecting gift cards for Lutheran Family and Children’s Services. Please visit the Season of Sharing tree in the Atrium and take an ornament. If you would like to make a donation rather than purchasing a gift card, please make your check payable to “Trinity” and write “Season of Sharing” in the memo line. Thank you! Donations of gift cards may be placed in the collection boxes located outside of the Worship Center and next to the Season of Sharing tree in the Atrium.

 

Yams for Parkway Food Pantry

Trinity is joining forces with the West County Interfaith Alliance to provide Winter Break Baskets to the Parkway Food Pantry. Trinity has pledged to provide 100 cans of YAMS. The cans of food will be added with those collected by other faith communities to pack Winter Break Baskets for those in need and distributed by the Parkway School District Food Pantry. Donations of YAMS may be placed in the Mission of the Month bin in the Missions Room.

Nov 17, 2019

Adult Forum

November 17:  An Update on Lantern Hill

Speaker:  Rob Harper.  Rob Harper is a member of Trinity and the founder of Friends of Lantern Hill. He has been involved with and supported Lantern Hill for 6 years and has organized and participated in 5 Trinity and 3 personal service trips to Lantern Hill. Rob is also a member of the recently formed Friends of Lantern Hill Board of Directors.

 

Lantern Hill is a mission located in Mexico that is supported by the Trinity family. Rob will provide an update on the work being done at Lantern Hill over the past year and its plans for the future. He will also discuss opportunities for additional support from the Trinity family, including an upcoming multi-generational service trip.

 

November 24:  2019 Tax Planning Changes

Speaker:  Dan Schindler, Manager at Anders Tax firm.

 

A manager in the Tax Services group, Dan Schindler assists individuals, businesses and professional service firms with tax planning and compliance, tax consulting for family businesses, and works closely with clients in the manufacturing and distribution industries, including craft breweries. He is a part of the Anders Family Wealth and Estate Planning group, providing clients with individually tailored planning as well as working with financial advisors. We know that many of you have started your 2019/2020 tax planning, and we hope you will attend.

Nov 21, 2019

The Parables of Jesus: Reliving the Stories of Jesus

The Parables of Jesus:

RELIVING THE STORIES OF JESUS

Thursdays, November 7 & 21 and December 6 & 19

6:45 PM - 8:30 PM in the Upper Room

 

The Thursday Night Discipleship Group invites anyone who is interested to attend a 13-week study on The Parables of Jesus. We meet every other Thursday night from 6:45 PM - 8:30 PM in the Upper Room. Our first four sessions will take place on November 7 & 21 and December 6 & 19. Our Discipleship Group is a welcoming group of folks who would love for you to be part of our community for even a short time. Please contact Vicki Dohrmann at vmdohrmann@gmail.com if you are interested in joining us.

Children, Youth & Family Ministry

ADULT CHOIR CHILD CARE NEEDED:

Grade 9-12 ONLY

This is a paying request :)

While the adult choir practices - 7pm - 8:15/30

November 13

December 15

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YOUTH QUAKE 2020 (JANUARY 17-19)

Registration CUT OFF November 13th

Grade 6-12

Trinity Youth are allowed to bring ONE friend

There is NO program cost for this event

Email Amy no later than November 13th to reserve your spot! - ibamywinter@gmail.com

 

YOUTH LEADING YOUTH BOWLING OUTING

Friday November 15th - 6:30pm

Grade 8-12 Youth Leading Youth

Cost $10 per person (includes drinks, pizza, shoes, lane time)

RSVP to Amy ibamywinter@gmail.com

Location - 1254 Dougherty Ferry - 63088

 

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LUTHERAN CAMPUS MINISTRY - DINNER

November 17th at LCM on Forsyth

EXACT TIME TBD (5pm ish)

Grade 9-12 (Youth Leading Youth Event)

Email Amy by November 8th if you are able to come - ibamywinter@gmail.com

 

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INTERFAITH THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL

November 24th 

2pm - 4pm at the Hindu Temple on Weidman

Grade 6-12

We will be packing Thanksgiving Food Baskets for a local food pantry

Email Amy no later than November 14th if you are able to come!  ibamywinter@gmail.com

**After we are done packing food . . .  maybe we should all grab dinner together!!!

 

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GINGERBREAD HOUSE CREATION - FOR FAMILIES!

Sunday December 8th 4-6pm HERE at Trinity

Preschool - 12th Graders

*Gingerbread Kits will be provided

RSVP to Amy (so I know how many kits to order!) by Nov 14

 

 

LANTERN HILL MISSION TRIP 2020

Lantern Hill Mission Trip 2020 is July 18-24

Collecting deposits now . . .  $100

Nov 16, 2019

Navigating the Cancer Journey

Insights from a Psychologist, Pastor, and Husband

Saturday, November 16 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

 

Dr. Kenneth C. Hauk, Founder and Executive Director of Stephen Ministries, and author of Cancer—Now What? will speak on “Navigating the Cancer Journey: Insights from a Psychologist, Pastor, and Husband.” at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. You, your family and friends are invited to attend.

Now thru 12/1

Who is God? Light of the World Exhibit

Two of Polly Sievert’s pieces of artwork have been selected to be part of the “Who is God? Light of the World” exhibit at the Gretchen Brigham Gallery at Union Avenue Christian Church! More information may be found at http://www.union-avenue.org/arts.

 

Gretchen Brigham Gallery

733 N. Union Blvd.

St. Louis, MO 63108

October 1 to December 1, 2019

 

Opening Reception

Saturday, October 5 from 1 to 5 pm

Juror’s Talk:  2:30 pm

Fr. Terrence Dempsey, S.J.

Founder of MOCRA (Museum of Contemporary Religious Art)

Bread DoughNation Volunteers Needed + Time Change for Pick Up

Please lend a hand.  We have an opportunity to bring some wonderful bread and pastries to those who need it.  The pickup time is NOW 9:00 p.m. on Friday night at the St. Louis Bread Co. (Panera Bread) by church. There are many dates open on the Bread Dough-Nation chart in the Atrium -please sign up! Call Morris at 636-227-5432 with any questions. Thank you!

 

Sign up on the chart in the Atrium or contact Morris 636.227.5432 or mlarson@tlc-stl.org.

Moppets (Workers/Volunteers) Needed for MOPS Meetings

MOPS is in a HUGE need for MOPPET workers/volunteers!!!!

 

Contact Amy Jones @ ibamywinter@gmail.com for information . . . . 

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Community Events & Information

Nov 16, 2019

Navigating the Cancer Journey

Insights from a Psychologist, Pastor, and Husband

Saturday, November 16 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

 

Dr. Kenneth C. Hauk, Founder and Executive Director of Stephen Ministries, and author of Cancer—Now What? will speak on “Navigating the Cancer Journey: Insights from a Psychologist, Pastor, and Husband.” at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. You, your family and friends are invited to attend.

Now thru 12/1

Who is God? Light of the World Exhibit

Two of Polly Sievert’s pieces of artwork have been selected to be part of the “Who is God? Light of the World” exhibit at the Gretchen Brigham Gallery at Union Avenue Christian Church! More information may be found at http://www.union-avenue.org/arts.

 

Gretchen Brigham Gallery

733 N. Union Blvd.

St. Louis, MO 63108

October 1 to December 1, 2019

 

Opening Reception

Saturday, October 5 from 1 to 5 pm

Juror’s Talk:  2:30 pm

Fr. Terrence Dempsey, S.J.

Founder of MOCRA (Museum of Contemporary Religious Art)

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