Posts from July 2017

Posts from July 2017

Joint Worship at 10:00am

Sunday, August 6, we will have a joint worship with WOKBC (Kachin Baptist Church) and then share a picnic lunch (potluck style) down at Frenchman’s Bar with great fellowship opportunities and games. Your presence will make it more fun! Hot dogs and buns will be provided. Worship will begin at 10:00 am.

July Trip for Fun

July Trip for Fun We are going to Seaside Oregon on Thursday, July 13. We will leave Trinity at 9:30 a.m. Plenty of time for sightseeing and lunch. On our way home we will stop at the Home Baking Co. Please sign up in the Narthex or call the church office if you’re interested. – Linda Clark

No Summer Meetings for HLB

Happy Lunch Bunch will not meet in July or August. Our September program has not been finalized yet but we will meet Thursday, September 21, at noon. A big thank you to my fellow committee members for your support: Fern Johnson, Don and Darlene Sailer, Ina Jeffries, Zetta Reimers, Gail Hankel, Lars Larson. If you have any exciting, enlightening ideas for future programs…

2017 July Wellness Corner

July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month, a month dedicated to increase awareness about early signs and symptoms of juvenile arthritis and to ease the focus of resources for this battle. The campaign was initiated by the Arthritis Foundation and targets a condition that currently affects 300,000 children nationwide, making it one of the most common childhood diseases in…

2017 August Wellness Corner

August is National Immunization Awareness Month: Immunization or vaccination helps prevent dangerous and sometimes deadly diseases. To stay protected against serious illnesses like the flu, measles, and pneumonia, adults need to get their shots – just like kids do. National Immunization Awareness Month is a great time to promote vaccines and remind family, friends, and…


Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. And do this with gentleness and respect. Followers of Jesus apparently walk around with hope. A hope that can be seen from the outside. Why else would Peter charge us with being ready to answer when someone sees and asks about it? Are you ready to give an answer?…