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Chicago Bronze in Concert, April 26


Join us in the sanctuary this Saturday, April 26 at 4 pm. Chicago Bronze, directed by our own Andrea Handley, will present a concert of exciting handbell music.

Chicago Bronze is an English handbell ensemble of advanced ringers from throughout Chicagoland. Come and bring a friend or two.


Celebrate Libby Traer, April 27


Join us after worship on Sunday, April 27 to celebrate Libby Traer's six years of service as Trinity's Church Administrator. Bring cards to express appreciation before she begins her new job.

NOTE: Trinity's Staff-Parish Relations Committee is accepting resumes for fill the position. This part-time position (20-25 hours per week) requires strong organizational skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office, and excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Two to four years of office administration experience is required - church office and database experience are preferred. Send resumes to resumes@trinitywilmette.org.


Church Bulletin


Sunday Bulletin - April 20, 2014


Troop 3 Pancake Breakfast, May 10


Boy Scout Troop 3 is hosting a pancake breakfast on Saturday, May 10 from 7 am to 12 noon in Randle Hall here at Trinity.
Tickets are $5 per person - children under two are free. Tickets will be available on Sundays, April 27 and May 4.

Please bring a non-perishable food item donation (canned and boxed) to the breakfast for Trinity's and New Trier's food pantries.


Monthly Newsletter


 

 
Read the latest youth news for April 2014

Our Prayers Are With...


Andrea’s family celebrating the birth of her daughter Megan’s baby boy.
Joyce's family, grieving the death of her husband Jerry.
Radal, our friend Chantale's husband, hospitalized in a coma.


Imagine No Malaria Challenge


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. 
 
 


Just Harvest - Next Serving Date is Friday, May 16


Please join us to serve at A Just Harvest!  We serve on the third Friday of every month from 5 pm to 7 pm at 7649 N. Paulina Avenue, Chicago. Volunteers are needed for Friday, May 16th.  To sign up online, please click here.
 


Confirmation - The Ongoing Adventure


Pray for Trinity Confirmands Hawa Fahnbulleh and Sarah Buchmann and leaders Robert Petersen, Audrey Peterson, Elizabeth Leavey, Ave Rivera, Thomas Yang and Mitchell Petersen who all will be participating in a retreat at Stronghold Castle in Oregon, Il on April 25-26.

God has plans to give hope and a future! Jeremiah: 29:11

'Firmin' Up the Faith' at Trinity UMC is a unique experience in learning about God, our Christian faith and the world.


2014 VBS Information


SAVE THE DATE: VBS CAMP 2014 will be held August 11 to 14, from 4:15 - 6:15 pm. Children pre-K through 4th graders are invited to participate. Team VBS (volunteers ages 5th grade and older) is forming for this Christ-centered summer experience. St. John’s Lutheran Church hosts this year.


Children and Youth Faith Information


Check out our latest newsletter!
 



 
 

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 cath@trinitywilmette.org Childcare available all morning in Room 105, near Parish House Lobby.
 

The 2014 Altar Flower Calendar


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.


Trinity Announces Online Giving Opportunities


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. 

Click here to donate