This morning we wrap up Trinity’s Fall Stewardship Campaign, “Setting the Table for Trinity: How Table Talk Shapes our Hospitality and Generosity.” We want to remind you we’ve set a goal to increase 2019 pledges by $20,000. If pledges increase by $20,000, we will be able to address our budget deficit and designate $5,000 toward Trinity’s Caring Fund. Two weeks ago we viewed a video during worship in the Great Room that talked about Trinity’s Caring Fund. You heard from some of the people whose lives have been impacted by our Caring Fund. Pledges are critical because they make sure our infrastructure (staffing, facilities, and administration) is in place to respond and carry out the work of ministry. Our church’s caring ministries impact the lives of people right here in our community. In addition to some of our direct engagement with individuals, your ministry is amplified through our partnerships with other community organizations. This morning Bob Lilly and Susie Riley will tell you about some of those people and one of those partnerships: Lafayette Urban Ministry’s Immigration Clinic.
Becoming better disciples
In my twenty years at Trinity, I have heard pastors who in their own personal styles have presented the Scriptures and explained how I can live my life according to the Scriptures. Trinity has always been a caring and sharing ...
Seven people sat down...
As we continue into our stewardship campaign 7 people sat down to share the impact that Trinity has on their lives. From service to visitation to just being outside, Trinity is only able to execute this life-giving vision because of gifts from you and people like you.
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