Trinity investigates meaning of The Resurrection.
Trinity's Adult Forum resumes on Sunday, April 27th at 9:00 AM, when
Father Rodriguez teaches a series called, The Resurrection: Did it
happen? What could it mean?
Attend the Blessing of the Animals.
Don't miss the local Humane Society's Annual Blessing of
the Animals at 10:00 AM on Saturday, May 3rd, where Father Rodriguez will
bless the animals. The Blessing of the Animals will be held rain or shine
in the Volunteer Pavilion located behind the Humane Society's Adoption &
Education Center at 6230 77th Street. This free event promises fun for the
Bring your dogs, cats, birds, bunnies and kids! This year, in addition to
our blessing ceremony, there are activities planned for the kids and dogs,
plus information about our programs and events for everyone! Light
refreshments will be available. An informative flyer about this event can
be downloaded by
The four week program will be based on the works of N. T. Wright, the
retired Anglican Bishop of Durham (England) and a leading New Testament
Wright, who taught at Cambridge, Oxford and Montreal, served as the canon
theologian at Westminster Abbey in London before becoming a bishop. He is
both a vigorous investigator of the historical Jesus and an effective
communicator of the gospel. In particular, Wright is known for carrying on
a lively public debate on Jesus with the American scholar Marcus Borg,
which led to their joint book The Meaning of Jesus: Two Visions.
Fr. Rodriguez' 4-week analysis will be guided by Wright's works and
promises to provide a thought-provoking and practical look at Jesus'
Resurrection and it's meaning for Christians today.
Grab a cup of coffee and join us in the Youth Building and find out what
Christ's Resurrection means for you.
Trinity now accepting Vacation Bible
Plans are now in place for Trinity's "Soaring For Our
Savior" Vacation Bible School starting June 23-27 from 9 AM until 12 Noon.
Registrations are now being accepted. We encourage you to
submit your Registration Form today.
Of course, VBS is open to everyone and we encourage Trinity families to
invite others to join us. A suggested donation of $20 per child (up to a
maximum of $50 per family) covers the costs of the T-shirt, CDs, crafts,
snacks, etc. So, sign up today!