Events at Trinity UMC
August 27, 2009


For additional information about any event, contact the Trinity office: 773-3322,, or see the website:

Wonderful Wednesdays Start Again! – Wednesday, September 9th

A meal at 6PM, children’s activities at 6:30PM, various small group activities for everyone else, 7-8PM. Call Pastor Jeff for more information, 773-3322,,

Quilters and Piecemakers - every Wednesday, 9-noon

Making quilts for Gateway-Longview, and lap robes for those in hospital, and all sorts of items for the Great Fall Fair. Fabric and machines available or bring your own stuff. Just show up!

Altogether Rally Day – Sunday, September 13th --- Sunday school begins at 9 a.m.

The start of another wonderful year! Combined worship service at 10am, followed by fellowship, fun, frivolity, and food. Hotdogs and beverages provided [Last name A-P, bring a salad, Q-Z, bring a dessert]

Parenting Seminar – Saturday, September 19th

Ages->Preschool – 12

Parenting Through the incredible Years (principles for raising healthy kids)

Raising a Faith-Filled Family

Ages ->13+

Fanning the Flame: Discovering and Releasing Your teens Gifts

Discipline and Communication in the Christian Home

All ages

Cyberbullying and Inclusion-What Would Jesus Do?

Preregistration required for childcare.

Call Yolande Hasselbeck 773-3322,

New Contemplative Worship Service, Wednesday, September 23rd, 7PM

An ecumenical prayer service based on the Taizé prayer service. Silence. Scripture. Simple, meditative music. Candles. Take a break from your exhausting schedule and reconnect with the divine.

Girlfriends have a Birthday Bash, Friday, September 25th, 6:30PM

Women’s fellowship. Come! Bring a friend. Cake! Ice Cream! Maybe presents…

CROP WALK Sunday, September 27th

We all are concerned about those who are hungry around the world.

But every year there is at least one thing we can do to literally "walk the talk." That one thing is being involved in the CROP Walk for Hunger.

What can you do?   You can either pick up a soon-to-be-available CROP envelope and fill it with cash and pledges, or, if you can't walk or will be out of town, you can find someone who will be walking and support them with your gifts. For more information contact the Grand Island CROP Walk coordinator, Paul Robinson at 773-3550 ,