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Thursday: 6:30 pm
Saturday: 5:30 pm
Sunday: 8:15, 8:30, 10:45 & 11:00 am
3rd Sunday: 12:30 pm, Service of Healing
Service: Could you use a healing word, prayer, or
touch? Join us for a
service of healing for heart, mind, body, and soul,
April 30 at 12:30 pm in the chapel.
Please note the change of time and
Theme for April 23
Second Sunday of Easter
Acts Church: Raised
service bulletins: Second
Sunday of Easter
(Links to the bulletins are usually available by
Friday afternoon or evening.)
Saturday, April 22
5:30 pm service
Sunday, April 23
11:00 am traditional services
10:45 am contemporary service
(Most bulletins from services for the past
two months can be found on the
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Easton's blog, An Apprentice in Kingdom Living
Visit Trinity on Facebook
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Women of Trinity Facebook page
YG (Youth Group) Facebook
FaithX Facebook page (Trinity's praise band)
Trinity on the Run Facebook group (Trinity on the Run
is a group of runners and walkers
committed to fellowship
and overall health in the Camp Hill area.)
Strategic Plan as approved by the Congregation
Council on January 12, 2015
and as presented to the congregation at the January
25th congregational meeting:
Final plan with appendices
End of Year Status Report
Reach out to our
hospitalized and at-home members. See the list
in the narthex and the Gathering Space tract rack.
Your prayers and contacts bring peace and comfort.
you have a loved one serving in the military?
Help us update our list of military personnel by
contacting Tom Notestine in the church office
photograph! As we build our photo library by taking
pictures at Trinity events, your image may be among those
photographs. If you are concerned about the possibility of
appearing in group shots that we use online or in print,
even when we include no names, email
firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us you do not want your
Interim Associate Pastor Jennifer A. Crist will start
work at Trinity on May 1. Pastor Jennifer is a graduate of
Gettysburg Seminary and also holds degrees from Penn State.
Her focus has been on creative ideas for new ministry and
mission. Her position with us is part time as we work to
fill the vacancy created by Pastor Nancy Eastoní'
resignation. Look for more information in the May Trinity
Performers! Trinity is
launching a new theatrical venture this fall and we
need YOU! My Fair Lutheran, a reverent but hilarious
spoof of the Broadway classic, My Fair Lady, will be
directed by Trinity member Rick Sten and presented
in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the
Reformation this fall. Singers, actors, and
backstage helpers are needed. Mark your calendar
now: Sunday, May 21, is the date for auditions and
an information meeting. Dust off those dancing shoes
and join us! More details coming soon.
See the picture immediately above?
That's our electronic message board in the Gathering
Space, and we need one or two creative and
tech-teachable volunteers to post info about events
every other week, or even less often if we get
multiple volunteers. Best of all: you can do it from
your home computer! Contact Stephanie Maurer or
Nancy Martin in the church office for details.
and funny! Reserve tickets now to see Second
Chances, The Thrift Shop Musical, Saturday night,
May 20, at Lancaster's Dutch Apple Dinner
Theatre. You'll laugh and cry with the eclectic
characters of the Palm Coast Community Church Thrift
Shop and their second chance at life. If you liked
Church Basement Ladies, you'll love Second Chances!
Tickets are $58 for adults and $27 for students ages
13-18; included are the buffet dinner at 6 pm, the
show at 7:30, gratuity, and tax. Drive or
carpool--the reservation form in the Gathering Space
has all details. Reservation deadline is
Saturday, April 29.
May we help
you? Watch for more info
about these upcoming learning events:
May 7: Learn how to make a lasting gift to
May 21: Get help (from Trinity teens!) with
the basics of your smart phones and tablets.
love to read timeless fiction and thought-provoking
non-fiction, join the Trinity Book Group
on Sunday, April 23,
9:30-10:30 a.m. in room 237.
(Sunday after Easter), Hamilton: The Revolution
by Lin Manuel Miranda and Jeremy McCarter. The
complete libretto of the Broadway musical with a
true account of its creation, and concise
remarks on hip-hop, the power of stories, and
the new America.
Pastor Nancy Easton announces her resignation
as a pastor
at Trinity effective April 30, 2017.
Click here to read Pastor Easton's letter of resignation
and the letter from Congregation Council President Barbara
Kriebel. Hard copies of these letters were mailed from the
church office to all members on January 11.
miss Bishop Dunlop's discussion of the call process on
Click here to listen to an audio recording of the
Pastor Nancy Easton with a
monetary farewell gift. Make checks payable to Trinity
Lutheran Church with "Pastor Easton gift" on the memo line.
Bring or send to office.
Easton's final preaching rotation is as follows:
Saturday, April 22 - 5:30 pm service (Fellowship
Sunday, April 23 - 8:15 and 11 am traditional
services (Nave), followed by
farewell celebration in Fellowship Hall at 12:15 pm
Thursday, April 27 - 6:30 pm service (Chapel)
Sunday, April 30 - 8:30 and 10:45 am
contemporary services (Fellowship Hall)
Trinity tutors need your
help in collecting gently used children's books so that the second
graders at Foose and Scott and the first graders at Downey schools
will have books to read over the summer.
Last year, your generosity meant that our tutors could give 300
students three books each. A donation box (big Readbox) is in the
Gathering Space. Sources for books include library book sales,
thrift stores, yard sales, and your children's bookshelves.
Art Display: Susan K. Getty is a freelance
artist and writer who loves exploring the world and
responding to it through poems and pictures. Her art
has been on exhibit in Harrisburg and the
surrounding area for the past 20 years. In January
2016, she established her studio as an official
business, Stony Run Art Studio. You can see more of
her work at
Central PA Blood Bank will
be visiting Trinity on Sunday, April 23, from 7:45
to 11 am. The donations process starts in the lower
Sunday School wing. Help save a life! Questions?
Contact Paul Askey at 717-676-5554 or
Itís not too
late to return your filled Lenten boxes. Half of
the Lenten self-denial offerings will go to ELCA
Disaster Response. The other half will go to support
the programs of Christian Churches United (CCU).
Look for collection boxes in the Narthex, Gathering
Space, and Fellowship Hall.
Criminal Justice System Ministry will host a
Community Connections Breakfast on Saturday, May 20,
to help support work release men and women return to
the community. Volunteers
are needed on Saturday morning for food prep,
greeting, transportation, and clean up, and on
Friday, May 19, for food prep. If you can help,
please contact Kristen Campbell at
email@example.com or 717-805-1716.
You may also use our worship witness pad to
volunteer; just give your contact information and
write "Help with Community Connections Breakfast"
relief is coming to Webster's Spring, West Virginia,
this spring. Fifty-one
Lutheran volunteers, including Trinity members Brice
Arndt, Roger Fry, and Marc and Teresa McGee, will be
geared up and ready April 30 to May 6. The spring
flood of 2016 devastated the area, and home
reconstruction is at full speed. We ask for your
Thursday Bible Study with Pastor Horner: 9:30 am in
Fellowship Hall or 7 pm in Room 237. Don't miss
the topics at left! Bring an open Bible and an open
Imagine how a seasoned journalist
might approach the story of Jesus, tracking down
information to learn all about the one we call
Christ! Lee Strobel,
journalist with The Chicago Tribune, did just that.
Then he published The Case for Christ: A
Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence
for Jesus. Join us for a 6-week adult class led by
Linda Horner. You'll see how Strobel cross-examined
experts in biblical studies and came to his own
conclusions about history's most compelling,
life-changing figure. Classes will be held at 9:30
am in room 232-234 on the following Sundays: April
23 and 30; May 7, 21, and 28; and June 4.
Participants should purchase their own copy of the
book at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Christian Book
Distributors, or other book retail stores. Please
read the first two chapters before the first class.
THE TRINITY CONCERT SERIES will
present The Harrisburg Singers and the Camp Hill
Middle School Chorus in "Music Makes the Magic! A
Concert of Disney Favorites" on Saturday, April 29,
at 7:30 pm. Susan Solomon
Beckley directs the group; Timothy Koch is the
accompanist. CONCERT SERIES PATRONS may receive up
to 4 free tickets. They are available in the church
office during business hours or send a SASE to the
church and we will mail them to you. Non-patrons pay
regular ticket prices.
The Men's Breakfast Gathering
will meet on Saturday, May 6, at Joe Hunter's home,
506 Gale Road, Camp Hill. All men and their friends
are invited. Breakfast will start at 8. Join us for
a good breakfast, good company, and Bible Study. We
will end at 9:30. The breakfast gathering is relaxed
and informal. Call Joe and Judy 717-737-9933 or
firstname.lastname@example.org to help in their planning
the food and if you have any questions.
Blessing Boxes which were distributed
last Fall will be collected on May 3 at Women of
Trinity's Spring General Meeting and Pot Luck
Dinner. Blessing Box
donations will be given to Pink Hands of Hope and
acknowledged at the meeting. The speaker for the
event will be Pink Hope's co-founder, Brian Gaughan,
along with his wife, Laurie. The dinner will begin
promptly at 6:00 pm and will include a brief general
meeting. There is no charge for the meal. Please
bring a covered dish to share and remember to place
your name on the sign-up sheet; you'll find it in
the Gathering Space at the receptionist's desk. All
women of Trinity and their family members are
invited. Hope to see you then. Count your blessings
and think PINK!
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Mini-Golf is on Sunday, April 23, from 6:15-8:30 pm.
If you are in grades 9-12, come on out for this
night of total fun and fellowship with your Sr. High
peers. Meet us at City Island on the steps, just up
from the parking lot at 6:15 pm. Bring $5.00
for Mini-Golf. Bring friends! The more the merrier.
Picnic dinner and drinks will be provided. You are
responsible for getting yourself to and from City
Island. C U There.
Night is NEXT Sunday, April 30, from 6:00-8:00 pm.
If you are in grades 6-8, get on out to this awesome
night of total fun and fellowship. Bring friends!
Do NOT bring a snack, we have plenty! Home-baked
goodies are still always welcome though. Dinner will
be provided. Be there and come dressed to play hard.
It will be a BLAST!
Sunday, April 30, 9:30-10:30 am
We will continue our parenting series by examining
how to "Play for Keeps, Without Losing our Marbles!"
Our focus will be on how our LOVE MATTERS over the
course of a child's life. Love over TIME is the best
way to give a child WORTH. And here's
something else to consider. Maybe love matters
more in the life of a kid than it does in the life
of an adult.
services were held for
Walt DeVerter on April 13, and for Elsie Corlett on
Share in the care of Trinity's family. Pray for
these members in the coming week: Jeffrey and Sharon Boose; Richard and Kay Bonneville; Leon and Sandy
Boncarosky; Tim Bollinger; Katie Bollinger; Dorine
Bollinger; Lauren Bolcavage; Steven, Barbara,
Andrew, and Katelyn Bohn