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Baptism: If you are interested in learning more about baptism, please contact the office. It is required that you meet with one of the pastors/elders and discuss what baptism means before you will be considered as a candidate
POWERHOUSE Club: This evening students will need to be at the church at 5:00 pm to get on the bus to go to the Jason Gray concert. This is a free concert and dinner will be provided. The bus will return to Trinity around 9:00 pm. Students can bring money for souvenirs if they would like. A church medical waiver needs to be on file to attend this event.
Cheers for Boomers: If you are 55 years old or above, we invite you to “Cheers for Boomers”: a place where people can know your name, hear your story, and help you finish well in your walk of faith! We will gather for a brief time of worship and prayer, and then have an informal time of discussion about our lives, our joys and frustrations, and our hopes for the future! We will meet Wednesday, February 12, from 10:00-11:30 am, at the church (BR Campus).
“Sweet” Serve Opportunity: Thanks to the efforts of several dedicated volunteer cookie dough makers and bakers, most of us enjoy a freshly baked cookie (or two) every Sunday. In order to spread the workload a little bit more, we’d like to bring on a couple more dough makers and a couple more cookie bakers. We’re looking at either position having to do it once every six or seven weeks. If you are interested in this “sweet” ministry, please e-mail or call the church office.
Baby Bottle Boomerang (BR and NWG): If you picked up a baby bottle (for Life Resources or Insight Pregnancy Services) to fill with your change, cash or check, they are due back next Sunday, February 16.
Trinity Newaygo has the opportunity to support the classes that Love In the Name of Christ teach by providing dinner for the students, staff and mentors. Dinner is served at 5:15 pm Monday nights at Grant Wesleyan Church in Grant. Dinner is usually for 30 to 50 people and would include an entrée and dessert. If you aren’t available on Monday nights, but would like to help out, you can always bring an entrée or dessert to church the Sunday before. The dates available are February 24, June 29, and August 24. If you are interested in helping, please contact the church office.
Newaygo Night of Prayer: Join us on Sunday, February 16, at 6:30 pm, as we worship, share, read Scripture, and pray together, using the four movements of ACTS to guide us (Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication). Let us seek His face together, in Christ, being Built^Up, for more of what He’s calling us to as a church family.
Mecosta/Osceola Right to Life, Inc. will meet on Monday, February 10, at 1:00 pm, at Trinity Fellowship. New committee members are always welcome. Come and see how you can be involved in the pro-life movement. For more information, contact Kathie at 231-796-3931.
Moms In Prayer: Since school is starting back up after Christmas break, Moms In Prayer groups are starting up as well. For more information, go to the website https://momsinprayer.org.
Winterfest at CranHill! February 16, from 2:00-6:00 pm. A free meal will be served from 2:30 to 5:30 pm. Activities include tubing, ice skating, snowshoeing, ice climbing, pony rides, game room, petting farm, and more! If you are interested in volunteering, call Abiah, our volunteer coordinator at 231-796-7669.
Mecosta/Osceola Right to Life, Inc. will be sponsoring an oratory contest for area high school students. The contestants will be researching, writing and presenting a 5-7minute speech on abortion, euthanasia, infanticide, stem cell research or cloning. Besides building confidence in their public speaking abilities and gaining experience with critical thinking, the top three presenters will be given monetary awards in the amounts of $50, $75, and $100. The contest is April 14, and the deadline for entering is March 31. For more information, call 231-796-3931.