The message of Easter is powerful: death turns into life. What seemed like an ending has become a new beginning. The seed of hope that was planted in Jesus’ death and burial has sprouted forth with the risen Lord in new life.
Worship the living Christ during this season of Easter and share in the good news of Resurrection. Alleluia!
Please join us! Here is a complete schedule of Trinity UMC's Holy Week and Easter services and events.
Every 60 seconds someone dies from malaria, which is a preventable and treatable disease.
“Imagine No Malaria” is a mission campaign of The United Methodist Church to save lives.
Achieving this goal requires an integrated strategy against the disease. As a life-saving ministry, Imagine No Malaria aims to empower the people of Africa to overcome malaria’s burden. We fight malaria with a comprehensive model. To learn more, visit www.imaginenomalaria.org.
Trinity’s $50,000 Challenge
Last fall Trinity Church Council accepted Bishop Sally Dyck’s request to become a Challenge Church for the Imagine No Malaria campaign. After hearing about the campaign, an anonymous donor from Trinity Church pledged to match actual gifts received by the end of 2014, up to $25,000.
That could result in over $50,000 to save more than 500 lives!
On Palm Sunday, April 13, you will be given an opportunity to pledge your financial support. You can make a one-time gift or make a three year pledge to be received before the end of 2016. Click here for a printable commitment card.
Checks may be payable to Trinity Church with a memo of “Imagine No Malaria.” If you give prefer to give online at www.imaginenomalaria.org, please indicate that you are a member of Trinity Church in Wilmette.
Thank you for doing your part to save lives through the Imagine No Malaria campaign.
Please join us to serve at A Just Harvest! We serve on the third Friday of every month. Our next serving date is Friday, April 18th. To sign-up online, please click on the link:
We Continue to Pray For:
Amy’s aunt Patricia dealing with rare medical conditions requiring two years of treatment.
Joanie, home after hospitalization.
The family of Doris grieving her death on March 19.
Dave’s mother in the hospital.
Andrea’s family celebrating the birth of her daughter Megan’s baby.
7th and 8th grade youth began their excellent faith adventure last October by serving in the Pumpkin Patch. In the ensuing months, they met regularly to learn about John Wesley and what it means to be United Methodist. They have traveled to other congregations to experience diverse worship styles and other faith traditions and served in a variety of ways. In the Spring, they will attend a retreat at Stronghold Castle.
'Firmin' Up the Faith' at Trinity UMC is a unique experience in learning about God, our Christian faith and the world.
As faithful followers of Christ and caring citizens of the world, we acknowledge Christ’s message calling us to share our financial blessings for the greater good. Our generosity is not simply giving, but giving back so that God’s work can be furthered in our community and our world, through Trinity’s healing mission work.
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We have been making and selling "tea breads" on Communion Sundays to raise money for our Hunger Ministries - our own Wilmette Food Pantry, A Just Harvest, and the Senegal Children's Feeding Program. We need bakers! If you can bake banana, pumpkin or any other tea bread and would like to contribute to this ministry, please contact Carol Meynen at email@example.com.
The 2014 Altar Flower Donation calendar is posted in the Parish House Lobby. This is a wonderful way to recognize or honor a loved one.
Thank you in advance for participating in this important ministry.
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General Information - Youth and Children
9:30 am Sunday School
Pre-K - 4th grades, Living Water for ALL God’s Children, 2nd floor 5th grade and older
10:30 am during Worship Godly Play (children Pre-K - 3rd grades). Youth and adult helpers needed weekly.
Faith in 30! (4-6th grades). Short lessons of faith. Students return to worship at the end of service.
9:30 am - Coffee and Conversation for parents with young children. Bring your children to Sunday School and connect with parents in the parlor. Hosts: Brian and Beth Beeler. They look forward to seeing you!
Lightshine Children’s Choir: Children Pre-K through 8th grades. Contact Elizabeth.
For all inquires and questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org Childcare available all morning in Room 105, near Parish House Lobby.
VBS CAMP 2014, August 11 to 14 - SAVE THE DATE: Children pre-K through 4th graders are invited to participate. Volunteers of all ages needed. St. John’s Lutheran Church is hosting this year.
Would you like to continue the tradition of beginning our worship services by bringing in the Cross & Flame? You can bring your family or a friend, to the sanctuary entrance as the choir gathers at 10:20, and we will get you started.
These important symbols of the Methodist Church are meaningful reminders of our Lord's presence -- through the cross of Christ and fire of the Holy Spirit. Participating in this worship ritual can be a lovely family tradition - even a way to commemorate a special birthday, baptism or holiday.
Contact Beth Swann.