EVENTS CALENDAR:
360-423-6750 tlclview@cni.net
2021 Washington Way, Longview, WA 98632
TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
SOCIAL MINISTRIES/WELCA CHRISTIAN CONCERNS We will continue to collect food items for the Help Food Warehouse through December. You can leave your donations in the plastic tubs located in the narthex. We will be happy to deliver them. Thank you for your continued support. We hope you and your family will have a Happy Thanksgiving. -Social Ministries Committee ALL SAINTS We celebrate All Saints Day the 1st Sunday in November. This year we
honor the saints on Sunday, November 1st, join us. COUNCIL PRESIDENT UPDATE As we head into November and the holiday season, we give Thanks to God for his gracious love and mercy. While it’s been a very challenging year in many ways, there are still ways we can offer our gratitude and express our thanks and help those in need. Food donations are being collected at the Church. However, if you are not able to bring a food donation to the church, please look for an alternative means of giving. Possibly use as a drop off bin at the supermarket or giving a
donation at the register to feed the hungry. While there is not going to be a formal WELCA ThankOffering service this year, you can still contribute to WELCA and those offerings will be counted and then forwarded to WELCA. Please designate your contribution as such if sending in a check. November 11 is Veteran’s Day and we thank each of our Veterans for their service and duty to serve our Country and protect our freedoms.
FAMILY PROMISE Our fourth hosting week of 2020 will be November 8- 15 at the Day Center serving evening meals to the Family Promise children and parents. Thanks to all at Trinity and Evangel (our support church) for providing meals. To volunteer or for information/questions, contact Connie Foss 360- 957-5137. Executive Director Lisa Staudinger’s recent update states: “We are so blessed to have homes where we can keep warm and dry. Your gifts make that blessing a reality for Family Promise guests as well. We have helped ten children and seven adults build a path back home. You are the reason any of that has been possible. We are grateful for your support, work, and prayers. Together we are ending homelessness for children, one family at a time!” A blessed Thanksgiving to all! -Connie Foss, Trinity coordinator
MILESTONES We would like to recognize and honor Pastor Les Foss for the 50th Anniversary of his ordination in 1970 and the 25th anniversary of Pastor Craig's ordination in 1995. May God bless their milestone years of ordained ministry and continue to bless you in a special way for the love and concern with which you minister to all those you entrusted to your care. BISHOP WOLD FAMILY Please pray for Elisabeth Wold, wife of our Synod’s first Bishop, Rev. David Wold, who is in hospice care at their home in Seattle. After many years with Parkinson’s Disease, Elisabeth is quite fragile & seems to be nearing death. She is thankful to be without pain & is strengthened by the presence of Bishop Wold, their daughters and her faith in God. If you would like to send a card their address is: 2615 SW Barton, #2-123, Seattle WA 98126
No calendar for November Stay safe!
EVENTS CALENDAR:
TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
360-423-6750 tlclview@cni.net
2021 Washington Way, Longview, WA 98632
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
SOCIAL MINISTRIES/WELCA CHRISTIAN CONCERNS We will continue to collect food items for the Help Food Warehouse through December. You can leave your donations in the plastic tubs located in the narthex. We will be happy to deliver them. Thank you for your continued support. We hope you and your family will have a Happy Thanksgiving. -Social Ministries Committee ALL SAINTS We celebrate All Saints Day the 1st Sunday in November. This year we honor the saints on Sunday, November 1st, join us. COUNCIL PRESIDENT UPDATE As we head into November and the holiday season, we give Thanks to God for his gracious love and mercy. While it’s been a very challenging year in many ways, there are still ways we can offer our gratitude and express our thanks and help those in need. Food donations are being collected at the Church. However, if you are not able to bring a food donation to the church, please look for an alternative means of giving. Possibly use as a drop off bin at the supermarket or giving a donation at the register to feed the hungry. While there is not going to be a formal WELCA ThankOffering service this year, you can still contribute to WELCA and those offerings will be counted and then forwarded to WELCA. Please designate your contribution as such if sending in a check. November 11 is Veteran’s Day and we thank each of our Veterans for their service and duty to serve our Country and protect our freedoms. FAMILY PROMISE Our fourth hosting week of 2020 will be November 8-15 at the Day Center serving evening meals to the Family Promise children and parents. Thanks to all at Trinity and Evangel (our support church) for providing meals. To volunteer or for information/questions, contact Connie Foss 360-957-5137. Executive Director Lisa Staudinger’s recent update states: “We are so blessed to have homes where we can keep warm and dry. Your gifts make that blessing a reality for Family Promise guests as well. We have helped ten children and seven adults build a path back home. You are the reason any of that has been possible. We are grateful for your support, work, and prayers. Together we are ending homelessness for children, one family at a time!” A blessed Thanksgiving to all! -Connie Foss, Trinity coordinator MILESTONES We would like to recognize and honor Pastor Les Foss for the 50th Anniversary of his ordination in 1970 and the 25th anniversary of Pastor Craig's ordination in 1995. May God bless their milestone years of ordained ministry and continue to bless you in a special way for the love and concern with which you minister to all those you entrusted to your care. BISHOP WOLD FAMILY Please pray for Elisabeth Wold, wife of our Synod’s first Bishop, Rev. David Wold, who is in hospice care at their home in Seattle. After many years with Parkinson’s Disease, Elisabeth is quite fragile & seems to be nearing death. She is thankful to be without pain & is strengthened by the presence of Bishop Wold, their daughters and her faith in God. If you would like to send a card their address is: 2615 SW Barton, #2-123, Seattle WA 98126
No calendar for November. Stay safe