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HELP DECORATE TRINITY FOR CHRISTMAS!
Join us on Saturday, November 28 at 9:30 AM to help decorate Trinity for Christmas. Enjoy fellowship while practicing safe distancing. For more information, or to sign up to help, please contact Mike Sharitz, firstname.lastname@example.org or Ron Jones, email@example.com. Thank you!
WORSHIP WITH US THIS SUNDAY
ONLINE WORSHIP at 9:00 AM
Online worship continues on Sundays @ 9:00 AM. If you are unable to watch at this specific time, you may view it online at your convenience. To choose the worship service you would like to watch, please Click Here.
CIRCLE OF CONCERN DONATIONS NEEDED
Circle of Concern feeds the hungry and provides assistance to low-income families living in west St. Louis County.
Please consider picking up a few extra items the next time you go grocery shopping. Donations may be placed in the Circle of Concern bin which is placed outside the church building from 9 AM - 2 PM during the week.
ADULT FORUM HAS RESUMEd (REMOTELY)
November 29: No Adult Forum
NOVEMBER MISSIONS OF THE MONTH
This month we are collecting gift cards for Lutheran Family and Children's Services. We are asking for gift cards from Target, Walmart or Amazon. Any amount is appreciated. Please visit the Season of Sharing tree in the Atrium.
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. Gift cards can also be mailed directly to the church. Please indicate "Season of Sharing" on the outside of the envelope. Thank you!
Donations of gift cards may be placed in the collection boxes located outside the Worship Center and next to the Season of Sharing tree in the Atrium.
INTERFAITH PARTNERSHIP PRESENTS THE WORLD RELIGIONS
Lecture Series by Dr. Dave Oughton
Series on the World’s Religions for Interfaith Partnership, Fall 2020
This series on Zoom is a free, non-credit opportunity for anyone interested in learning about the history, beliefs, and practices of the major religions of the world. It will be led by Dr. David Oughton, President of the Board of Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis and retired professor of the world’s religions at Saint Louis University.
This fifteen-part series will be held on Monday evenings, beginning at 7 p.m. Central Time (for 60 to 90 minutes), starting on September 7 and ending on December 14.
Those who participate in any or all of the sessions are encouraged to make a donation to Interfaith Partnership through the IP web site www.interfaithstl.org or by sending a check to the IP office at 9450 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63124.
September 7 Questions that Religions Try to Answer
September 14 Similarities and Differences among the World’s Religions
September 21 Hinduism, part 1
September 28 Hinduism, part 2 and Sikhism
October 5 Buddhism, part 1
October 12 Buddhism, part 2
October 19 Confucianism and Taoism
October 26 Jainism, Shintoism, and Zoroastrianism
November 2 Islam, part 1
November 9 Islam, part 2
November 16 Baha’i Faith and Judaism, part 1
November 23 Judaism, part 2
November 30 Jewish-Christian relations and the Holocaust