Trinity Lutheran Church & Academy
June 6 -12, 2021
The Parish Planning Council has considered the CDC's latest mask mandates and have made the following changes, effective immediately, for Trinity
Masks will no longer be required but it is strongly encouraged that if you have not been fully vaccinated that you continue to wear a mask and continue to social distance.
We will continue with straight line communion through June.
Coffee Fellowship will not resume until a later date.
Adult Bible Study UPDATE
Please join Deaconess Carol as she leads a Sunday Morning Class on the Parables of Jesus. The class meets in the Fellowship Hall beginning at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday morning. We hope to see you all there.
TIME CHANGE: The class will begin at 9:00 am instead of 8:45 a.m. Please note this change.
NO CLASS on June 13th. It will resume at 9:00 a.m. on June 20th.
The CDC has released updated guidelines regarding the safety of singing in a chorus. For fully-vaccinated, masked individuals it is likely to be safe now. With this new information, I feel confident that we can return to musical activities such as choir and handbells, as long as we remain masked during rehearsals and preferably if everyone has been vaccinated. Singing with a mask is not particularly comfortable but it is possible and we'll start slow to get back into the habit. The main thing I need to know is who is interested in participating, so I can find music appropriate to the size of the ensemble. For choir rehearsals, we may plan to rehearse outside under the breezeway for added safety, depending on the numbers and comfort level of those involved.
If you have been in choir or handbells in the past, or are interested in being involved in either one now, please contact me at email@example.com so I can plan accordingly and so that I will have your contact information for future updates. I am so excited about making music with you again!
(Here is the update from the CDC, if you are interested: https://tinyurl.com/384dd2vh)
The National LWML convention will be held this month in Lexington Kentucky, They will be voting on the 34 grants that have been proposed. If you want to see these you can go to "2021-2023 Mission Grant Proposals selected for the 2021 LWML Convention" and then also view the grant Proposals on video. Please bring your Full Mite Box in this Sunday, the first Sunday of the Month. Also please start wearing your Name tag again, since we will be having new people coming because the restrictions are somewhat less now.
01 - Jean Weinrich
01 - Lori Manske
03 - Sonja Higgins
04 - Jerilyn Smith
06 - Harry Bufford
07 - Leslie Schmidt
10 - Judy Cain
10 - Darren Scott
13 - Carol Schroeder
25 - Brian Meeler
27 - Frank Gile
27 - Allison Manske
28 - Sherry Jones
29 - George Baughman
Saundra Hammons, healing
Amy Dawn Husfeld-Usalavage, Glenn and Jane Husfeld's daughter, healing from the return of Stage 4 cancer. Also pray for her children, Peyton, Hank, and Abby, for God's loving hand on them through this time
Rev. David Bernthal, former Trinity Pastor, healing from cancer
Paul Bramlett, Shashana Reinking's uncle, undergoing treatments stage 3 lymphoma
Michael Hammons, healing
Valerie Puryear, healing
Kyle Wiesenberger, Dee Burke's grandson, recovering from motorcycle accident
Bill Malueg, recovery from surgery
The Family of Daniel McBrayer, Melanie Driskill's son-in-law, who passed away last week