In September, communities host a variety of fairs and so will we. We are planning for a volunteer fair where folks actively involved in our ministries will be present to answer any questions you have. And to encourage you by their own witness! Come, be curious, ask questions, and get excited. Trillium’s Volunteer Fair will be this Sunday, September 11th after worship.
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Sunday Worship is back via Zoom! After all, our mission at Trillium is sharing God’s love and proclaiming the Good News in a way that is life-giving and life-preserving.
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Week 1 of our reverse Advent Challenge with St. John’s Nursery School was to collect baby items! Both groups did a phenomenal job! Thank you everyone for your amazing generosity.
This week we are collecting toiletries such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, razors, dental floss, hairbrushes, toilet paper, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, etc!
Books wanted! Yes, people are still reading books.
We have two little libraries in front of our church. One is for kids, the other for adults. Help us replenish them both please.
We are especially looking for Christmas and winter themed books, but welcome all. Your book can be a welcome Christmas gift for someone and brighten many a winter day! Thank you!
Missed Trillium’s worship service on Sunday? You can still watch it on our YouTube channel. Join us each Sunday at 10:30 AM on-line or in person.
youtube.comTrillium Lutheran Church Service Sunday November 7th Online Worship Service. Produced by Larry Miller & Alex Hoch.
Trillium youth are hosting an intergenerational time of worship on Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 5:45 pm in the gym. Please join us as we remember and commemorate those who have passed away. You are invited to bring with you a photo or memento of a person you have lost, and will have the opportunity to light a candle for that person. In addition, we will be recognizing the 1,300+ children who died at residential schools and were buried in unmarked graves. Proof of vaccinations or exemption will be required.
Trillium is blessed to have knitters and quilters sharing their wonderful gifts with Trillium ministries. We thank God for all the gifted knitters and quilters amongst us and we ask God to protect and guide the recipients of these knitted items and quilts.
Taizé worship comes to Trillium on Wednesdays at 7 pm. While the weather is warm, we’ll gather outside but when the temperature drops we’ll move into the chapel. This meditative worship service offers a chance for reflection and contemplation for all ages. Contact the church office for more information.
We give thanks for being able to worship together in-person and online via the church’s YouTube channel. For more information on how to join us, contact the church office Monday to Friday.
This Sunday will be Trillium’s second “unlearn Sunday”. Join us Sunday, Sept. 19 at 10:30am for an abbreviated worship after which guest facilitators from unlearn, a local design-focused equity education organization, will lead us in conversations around diversity, equity, and positive change. Unlearn’s aim is to challenge us to think about our unconscious biases that keep us from being as welcoming as we can be. We believe that God’s plan – in creation and now – is that there is only one family. What we unlearn is the perceived or felt necessity of division. Please join us as we learn, grow, and explore together. Zoom information available weekdays from the church office.