FOOD DRIVE Hope to see you at the Food Drive Sunday from 1-3pm! (RAIN OR SHINE!)
THIS WEEK AT THE FOOD DRIVE: We really need canned goods this week, especially canned vegetables and condensed cream soups (cream of mushroom, celery, chicken, etc.)
Since Memorial Day, we have collected 5196 lbs of food and 9233 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches -- amazing community effort! Please remember that gift cards are also needed at Daily Bread Community Food Pantry, and you can send them directly to Daily Bread or drop them off at Trinity.
Thanks for all you do for the Kingdom of God.
SAVE THE DATE! Sunday August 16 from 1-3pm, the Kona Ice Truck returns to the Summer Food Drive. Stop by for a cool treat - 20% of sales benefit Daily Bread Community Food Pantry!
WORSHIP - Today we celebrate the Ninth Sunday after Pentecost. In today’s first reading God invites all who are hungry or thirsty to receive food and drink without cost. Jesus feeds the hungry multitude and reveals the abundance of God. We remember all who are hungry or poor in our world. We are sent forth to give ourselves away as bread for the hungry.
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Weather permitting, Sunday 8/9 at 10am, we will try our first outdoor worship service at Trinity. We encourage those over age 65 and with underlying conditions or weakened immune systems to continue worshipping online. All attending outdoor worship must wear a mask and keep a social distance of 6' from those in other households. If you did not receive an email about this from our COVID-19 Task Force, please contact Kim Travetti to receive the email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Blessings as we pray for those recovering from COVID-29, and those fighting poverty and racism this day. Pastor Skyle