All Saints Sunday

November 6 2022

“Image of God – Blessed”

The gospel reading each year on All Saints Day is the beatitudes (Blessed are the poor, blessed are the hungry…) reminding us that God’s saints aren’t necessarily the powerful movers and shakers of our world. We’ll wonder together how each of us are called to live as God’s saints in this world and give thanks for the great cloud of witnesses that surround us.

Luke 6:17-28 & Ephesians 1:11-19

SERMON RESOURCES

Modern Beatitudes

by Nadia Bolz-Weber

Online worship

Please use the following links for this week’s worship. You may wish to prepare your communion elements before we begin.

Order of Worship

Meeting Link

Meeting ID: 827 4872 5884

Password: 247155

In-Person worship

We begin at 10am on Sundays. We have a short fellowship time after the worship gathering, then Second Hour programs for adults and kids after the service (during the school year).

1) Masks are optional and welcome for all participants. 

2) Elders will serve individual communion element servings at the front.

KIDS

Below are details about kids’ programs for this coming Sunday! Masks are welcome and optional.

NURSERY FOR INFANTS & TODDLERS (OPEN AT 9:45)

LITTLE LAMBS PROGRAM –2-5 YR OLDS – BASEMENT CLASSROOM

(LEAVE TOGETHER AFTER CHILDREN’S SERMON) 

sign up here to volunteer for Nursery, Children & Worship, or Second Hour

ADULT & YOUTH SECOND HOUR (11:30 – 12:15)

We will share a meal together in the Fellowship Hall after worship. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

November Potluck

On All Saints Sunday, November 6, we’ll celebrate the progression of the generations which made us who we are. Bring a dish to pass from your family history! Consider bringing a sign with you to place near your dish which tells us the name of the recipe and who it came from. We’ll join in a meal together in the Fellowship Hall after worship on November 6. (Bring along place settings for your household.)

Alternative Market

Trinity’s Alternative Market is back! After worship on November 13, join us in the Fellowship Hall for a pop up shop of gifts and treasures from around the world, crafted with love and integrity by skilled artisans. Help support sustainable gift production, buying, and giving for this holiday season. Share this event and date with your friends an neighbors. Public shoppers are very welcome. Stay tuned for more details.

Baked Goods Youth Group Fundraiser
At the Alternative Market on November 13, Trinity’s youth group will have a table for selling baked goods. Are you willing to donate a plate of treats? Please sign up here. Thanks!

 

 

PRAYERS

Send us prayer updates and requests: benjaminbruins@gmail.com  sarah@trinityreformedchurch.org trcoffice@trinityreformedchurch.org

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GIVING

Don’t forget, you can send your offerings to Trinity via the Facebook link below, or you can sign up for a regular automatic contribution by using the Recurring Draft button.