Trinity's new playground will soon be a reality.
Our playground in the Atrium has been in poor shape and in desperate need
of restoration, particularly since the departure of Childcare Resources (CCR)
earlier this year. Of course, a playground is an important ministry tool
for our church and another visible reason Trinity is recognized as a truly
‘Family Focused’ parish.
You talk. Trinity listens.
We are still inviting your participation in Trinity's 2016 Survey of
Talents and Interests. It is a chance for our Members and Friends to
express their thoughts and ideas about Trinity and inform us of the ways
they can serve and be served by our ministry.
Already, many people have responded and offered their thoughts. As a
result, in the weeks ahead, we'll start seeing many ideas and suggestions
implemented. Plus, we'll welcome many people into new roles of service
within our church.
You can quickly complete the survey online by
clicking here. Remember, your responses lead us to new and improved ways to
support your Christian experience.
Questions? Contact Michele Hanlon at
Trinity Member Pam Sandzen has generously decided to fund a complete
restoration and rebuilding of Trinity’s playground in memory of her
daughter, Annie. This will be a ‘state of the art’ playground, which will
be a central part of our Trinity campus and ministry.
Wait until you see it! As the photo above shows, construction is underway;
breaking ground and leveling the area. We hope to have the playground
completed in time for Vacation Bible School. The playground will be
blessed and dedicated later this summer.
A special thank you is in order to Pam Sandzen for her joy in making this
ministry to our young families a reality!
Vacation Bible School is underway.
Trinity's popular Vacation BIble School is happening now.
With the theme "Swinging for Our Sovereign King," we're enjoying
an exciting 5-day program of games, crafts, music, missions and fun, fun,
Check back on this website where we will be posting photos
documenting this memorable and important week.