Food Pantry Collection for June - condiments: ketchup, mustard, mayo, relish etc...

Feeding the hungry is an important ministry, taught by Christ.  We have partnered with St. Joseph's Church in Bogota to help feed our hungry neighbors through their food pantry.  This is doing the work of Jesus but is also a witness to our community of churches working together!  Each month we focus on collecting a different food item to help stock their food pantry's shelves.  Donations are left in the fellowship hall and delivered once a month to St. Joe's.

Bible Study, Tuesday nights

June 6th, 13th, 20th - 7:30pm

For Lutheran Christians, the Bible is the guiding force in our lives because it informs our faith in Jesus.   Pastor Holliday's approach to Bible Study is conversational - a conversation between us and the text and a conversation with each other about the text.  

Bible Study meets in-person on Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm in the fellowship hall.  In May we will continue our 9 session study "Praying the Psalms."  Each session is independent of the others - so come when you can, you don't have to come to all!

Magnolia Meals delivery

Saturday, June 17th, 10:15am

Our partnership continues with Meals on Wheels and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Pearl River, NY, to deliver nutritious easy-to-make meals to people coping with cancer.  We receive the meals at our drop off point in St. Joseph's Church parking lot (thank you St. Joe's!) and from there deliver them to the clients in need.  It only takes about an hour of your time and it is SO worth it!

Anointing for Healing

Sunday, June 25th, during worship

At the end of our worship service, all those who would like to receive a prayer of healing and anointing of their foreheads with oil are invited to come forward and receive a prayer and anointing by the pastor.  Anointing with oil for healing is a practice handed down to us from the New Testament (Mark 6:13, James 5:14).

Church/School "Picnic"

June 25th, after worship - 10:45am

The Church and Trinity Lutheran School communities will come together to celebrate the end of the school year, give thanks for the partnership we share and start off the summer.  While we call it a "picnic" it's more of a brunch.  If the weather cooperates we'll be able to be outside.  If not, then we'll be in the fellowship hall.  All are invited!

Sunday School - on break  for the summer

Our Sunday School year concluded on May 21st.  We will resume classes at the beginning of October.  

During the "school year," Sunday School meets on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month after worship.  We have two classes - one for younger children (pre-k - 3rd grade) and one for older children (4th-6th grade).   Once worship is over the children have a few minutes to enjoy a snack during coffee hour, then we go upstairs for a "common" time together before breaking into our classes.