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Trinity Kids Fall Launch:  Today is Trinity Kids fall launch.  Please pray for Trinity Families and our volunteers as we adjust to new ways of doing things.  Pray for all families to be intentional in BUILDING UP their kids whether they choose to attend Trinity Kids or stay on-line.  Parents, it has been five months since your little ones were in nursery or classes.  We are expecting that some may experience separation anxiety.  Please keep your phones on vibrate so we can locate you if your child needs you.  Thank you!

Please reserve the east entrance for families and children on Sunday Mornings by using the south entrance if you need to use the restroom. 

Trinity Kids is still looking for a few team members. Please contact connielossing@trinityinfo.org or sign on the clipboard located near the entrance of the tent for more information.  Teens and adults welcome.   Nursery, Preschool, Elementary Group Leaders, Welcome Center and Kids Worship Team.

Small Groups Have Started – It’s Not Too Late to Join:  Be sure to pick up a Pathways Bible Study Workbook as we study the Good New of Jesus in Mark.  If you are not plugged into a Small Group, call the office, and we can help you find a group that fits your schedule.

Big Rapids Outdoor Services:  Please join us on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am or 10:45 am for outdoor services.   We are asking attenders to reserve a spot so that we can submit to the size limitation asked by our government (currently 100).   Bring your lawn chair and join us!

Newaygo Outside Services:  Outdoor services for the Newaygo Campus are Sunday mornings starting at 9:30 am.  Bring your own chair or blanket and RSVP to patrickshea@trinityinfo.org as only 100 folks are allowed to gather outside.

Online Worship Services:  You can access the service at trinityinfo.org.  If you have questions, please feel free to call the office, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.  

Worship/Sermon DVD:  If you are unable to access the worship services online, there are a few DVDs available in the tote at the south door, along with the sermon notes. 

Hospitality Volunteers Are Needed at The Big Rapids Campus:  Are you desiring to help serve the body through hospitality and an inviting smile? Do you enjoy meeting new people and providing space to make them feel at home? For our tent meetings, we need members on the Hospitality Team (greeters, registration, and refreshment servers). We also need people willing to help make coffee and lemonade.  To help with any of the previous needs, contact Camden McKuras at camdenmckuras@trinityinfo.org

Cookie Bakers Needed:   If you are looking for a place to serve and you like to bake, join our Cookie Baking Team.  Since the dough is already made, baking the cookies is a commitment of approximately two hours every four or five weeks. Training will be provided.  If you would like to volunteer, please contact the office at 231-796-2600 or info@trinityinfo.org for more information. 

Community Announcements

Life Resources of Northern Michigan. Inc. Banquet 2020:  You’re invited, but please don’t go!  Please join them virtually the week of September 28 to view Pastor Carey Waldie’s inspirational video.  This year they will be highlighting a couple who didn’t plan on a baby (or marriage) when they walked into their center.  Kim will share their journey of choices with you in their client video.  Even though they aren’t able to have the banquet this year, they still need you to invest in the Lifesaving Work of Life Resources.  Videos can be found on their website:  liferesourcesnm.org (banquet tab) on September 28.

Life Chain:  Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 4, from 1:30-2:30 pm, and join the Life Chain at the corner of Cedar and State Streets in Big Rapids.  Life Chain is a peaceful, prayerful public witness, standing in honor of over 60 million lives lost to abortion, praying for our nation, for people in crisis situations and for an end to abortion.  It is a visual statement of solidarity by the Christian community that abortion kills children, and that the Church supports the sanctity of human life from the moment of conception to natural death.  

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