We are a welcoming and friendly congregation that enjoys scripture-based sermons, a wonderful music ministry and share warm, good-natured fellowship with our members and guests.We accept and welcome everyone as they are!
Come join us for Sunday Worship and Special Events.
Rev. Stephen W. Broache, Pastor
Regular Services 8:15 AM and 10:30 AM
9:15 AM Sunday School for Grades 6-12 and Adults
10:30 AM Sunday School for Nursery - Grade 5
WORSHIP IN MAY, 2015
May 3, 2015 - Holy Communion “For God is Love” 1 John 4:7-21
May 10, 2015 “Every Boy’s Dream John 15:9-17
May 17, 2015 “Do You Trust Me?” 2 Kings 18:19-24
May 24, 2015 “A Three-Fold Blessing” Ezekiel 37:1-14
May 31, 2015 “The Elephant of Worship” Isaiah 6:1-8
SAVE THE DATES
Thursday, May the 14th, Twenty hundred and Fifteen at 5:30 in the evening
The Civil War Women
Special Presentation - “Heroic Women at Gettysburg”
Dinner Menu - Pennsylvania Pot Roast served with Dutch Pennsylvania Black Vinegar Sauce, Mashed Gold Yukon Potatoes with gravy, Spring Asparagus on Mesclun Mix Salad, Assorted Cheeses, Fresh Fruits and Crackers, Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake topped with fresh whipped cream, Lemon Iced Tea, Coffee and Hot Tea, Dinner Rolls and butter.
Come spend a lovely meal and entertaining evening with us.
Invite your female friends and family.
Sign up sheets are in the gathering area
for attendance and for male volunteers to help with the meal.
Sunday, June 7, 2015 after the 10:30 a.m. service - Reception for Trinity Graduates and Celebration of Pastor Stephen Broache's 30th Anniversary of installation to Ministry. Sign up sheets are in the gathering area for attendance and finger foods to share.
Our parking lot across from the church on Stratton Street will be closed
beginning at 1:00pm on Wednesday, May 6th through Saturday, May 9th
for cleaning, seal coating and line/number painting.
PASTOR STEPHEN BROACHE
FROM THE PASTOR
“Have no anxiety about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with Thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which passes all understanding, will keep your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus” Philippians 4:6-7
At one of our Lenten mid-week services, John Fuss shared a history of his prayer life.
It went like this:
In the first part of my life, my prayers were “Lord, help me . . . . do things, have this, accomplish . . . .”
In the second part of my life, my prayers were “Help me to lead my family, protect my children . . . .”
In the third part of my life, my prayers became “Thank you for all these blessings, thank you for your guidance, for health, for your love . . . .”
And then when my wife became ill, my prayers were “Lord, give me enough health and strength to care for her.”
I was moved by his prayer focus and witness. His words were an inspiration. Have you talked to God lately?