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Did you know you can listen to our Church Sermons online and also link to the Scripture Readings? All you have to do is go to our Website and on the top bar go to Sermon, or just click here SERMONS
Priority - Repair the Belltower - Goal: Raise $10,000
Trinity's building is a beacon of hope in our community. From the outside, our bell tower lets our neighbors know the church is in their presence. On the inside, our building provides safe, welcoming space for many ministries and community groups. God has given us this building and we have a responsibility to care for it so that its future presence and use will be assured. If we surpass our goal, we will begin other work in and around our building, including but not limited to replacing our over 30 years old air conditioner, funding plaster repair in the sanctuary and basement, and repairing the parking lot. Designate "capital campaign" on your envelope. If you have questions: talk to co-chairs of trustees (Amy and Steve), Finance (Victor)
As of Sunday, November 4th we have raised $3,775.00 towards this cause!!
Anti-Racist Workshop - Chris Crass
Courage for Racial Injustice - Courage for Collective Liberation: Saturday, November 10th 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (doors open 8:30 am). Fountain of Life Church, 633 W. Badger Road. Youth and Students $15. Adults $20-$30 sliding scale. Lunch Provided.
The City of Madison Mayor's Neighborhood Conference 2018
Brings together hundreds of the most thoughtful, conscious, and caring people involved in neighborhoods across our city. Residents, neighborhood groups, nonprofit, faith-based leaders and local elected officials are all under one roof. You’re guaranteed to make new connections, form new partnerships, and find out how your neighborhood can best shape its future. It is also about expression – show casing some of the coolest place making projects, applaud creative ways neighbors achieved desired changes, and celebrate the work that residents do to make their block or larger neighborhood a better place to live. MNC 2018 is Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 9:00 - 4:30 pm Monona Terrace, One John Nolen Drive www.cityofmadison.com/neighborhoods Questions? email@example.com or 608-267-8727 or 608-267-8649 (Spanish). On-site Childcare. Fee waivers. Language interpretation.
All Church Meeting
Join us November 18, 2018 for an all church meeting downstairs following worship. This will be a chance for us as a church to review our charge conference packets, look at our budget, vote on next year's noisy offerings, and share about other business of the church. These are the less exciting sides of church life, but it's good for us to know what's happening.
Annual Charge Conference - Thursday, November 29th
Our Annual Charge Conference will be November 29th at 6:30 pm at Asbury UMC (6101 University Avenue). This is an important moment in the life of our church as we connect with other churches in our district and approve official paperwork. There may be snacks!
Groundworks Anti-Racism Workshop - Sundays!
Sundays at 3:30 pm October 7 - November 18, 2018. All are welcome at our 7-week community workshop that examines how racism, white privilege, and intersections of oppression affect our lives, communities, institutions, and movements for social justice. Suggestions and opportunities for anti-racist action are weaved throughout. For more information and registration go to groundworkmadison.com.
Praying Across the Conference
This week, we are praying for United Methodist Hospital Ministry. Chaplain John Wells.