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Thursday, April 23, 2015


He Is Risen!  Alleluia!  

Fourth Sunday of Easter

This Saturday the amazing Pastor Liz Munoz is coming to First Trinity to do a Godly Play training for us!

If you haven't heard of Godly Play it's a wonderful program that has gained a lot of popularity recently and is a whole new way to engage kids. It's a fun and interactive teaching method that will be a great asset for First Trinity as we move forward in developing a youth program!

If you have not signed up but are interested, contact Katie right away!

This Sunday

The image of the Good Shepherd shows us how the risen Christ brings us to life. It is the relationship between the shepherd and the sheep, one of mutual knowledge and love, that gives the shepherd authority. The shepherd's willingness to lay down his life for the sheep shows his love. First John illustrates what it means to lay down our lives for one another by the example of sharing our wealth with a
ny sister or brother in need.
Acts 4:5-12, Psalm 23, 1 John 3:16-24, John 10:11-18
Other News
First Trinity Celebrates - Christine, Katie and Bob! What a year it's been for Christine Doidge and Katie Jacob at First Lutheran Church of The Trinity! On Sunday, May 3, come to celebrate their last day here, and wish them well. Christine will be graduating on May 17, and Katie will be going on her internship in Rochester, MN. Gifts are appropriate, but not expected :)

And what about Bob!? Bob Leone will be celebrating his 10 year anniversary as the minister of music here at First Trinity! After church we will celebrate with a taco party. Please contact Rene or Marge if you would like to help with food. There will be a $5 suggested donation to Midwest Books to Prisoners for lunch.
Want to know who's going to be interning at First Trinity next year?  Check it out!  
1st Trinity Clay Day!
With Eugene Barnett & Associates
Saturday, April 25 - 10:30am - 1:30pm
First Trinity Community Center - 643 W 31st Street

This Saturday join local ceramic designer Daniel Pugh, of Eugene Barnett & Associates, as he teaches folks of all ages how to make clay pinch pots and bowls. All bowls produced will be glazed & fired in EB&A's kiln in time for the Trinity Art Bowl Fundraiser on Thursday, June 11th.*

All proceeds from the Art Bowl go toward sending the kids of 1st Trinity’s to Lutherdale Summer Camp.

No previous clay experience is necessary and all clay and tools will be provided by Eugene Barnett & Associates.

*Children under 12 years of age who participate may ask to keep the finished bowls for themselves or donate theirs to the fundraiser.

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