Weekly Announcements, May 22, 2022


Today during the 10:15am service we welcome Henry David Tanney into the family of God through the waters of Holy Baptism. Please pray for him as he grows in faith.

Free Community Lunch
The next free community lunch will be held this Wednesday, May 25th from 11am-1pm. This month we are barbecuing! Come out and enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, pasta salad, chips, and watermelon. Come and eat with us (and bring your friends)!!

Desserts and Cards
Do you know how to play euchre, pepper, pinochle, go fish, or uno? Do you want to learn to play any of these? The Fellowship Committee is hosting a night of desserts and cards! Come to play a card game you already know, learn a new one, or just enjoy a night of fellowship. Desserts will be provided. Join us on Wednesday, May 25th at 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall. Any questions, talk to Rebecca Jabs.

This ‘n That Sale
There will be a meeting for the annual rummage sale next Sunday, May 29th. If you plan to help, have new ideas, or would just like to learn more about it, please join us May 29th after the second service in the Small Dining Room (off the Fellowship Hall)! Questions? Contact Lori Cudnik.

Save the Date for VBS – July 25-29 (9-11:30am)!!
It is going to be Monumental!!! In order to make it truly monumental, we need you! Planning is underway, and many volunteers are needed. If you would like more information and/or think you would like to help us out, please contact one of our co-directors – Annie Ryan and Tracy Deets.

The Tech Booth Needs You!
Have you ever used a computer? We know you have! We need you to help out in the tech booth with both the screens in the sanctuary and the livestreaming. Both positions are super easy and we will teach you. Come see Leah Spisak or Kim Ryan for more information.

Please Remember the Trinity Food Pantry
When you shop at the grocery store, remember the Trinity Food Pantry. Needed items are canned soups, stews or pastas, canned tuna, canned beans, canned fruits and vegetables, boxed macaroni and cheese, peanut butter and jelly.  We are also accepting monetary donations to help the pantry purchase fresh fruits and vegetables.  Make your check out to St. Mark and put “Trinity Food Pantry” in the memo.  

When My Mom Died…
I needed someone to listen to me as I told her history and nurtured my memory of her. I needed someone to listen to all that we were to each other. I needed someone to let me be angry, to let me be sad, to let me cry. Now I know where I could have found someone who would have been there just for me. Stephen Ministry. To find out more about Stephen Ministry, or to receive a Stephen Minster’s care, please contact Ron Croucher, Sue Matzke, or Pastor Mark.