Stewardship

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Wait for It - By the Rev. Timothy Schenck, In Good Faith blog In the not-so-distant past, great wars erupted over baby Jesus in our house. Not the actual, living, breathing baby Jesus who burst into the world on that first Christmas Day, but the small figurine that accompanied our crèche. Our household was evenly split on whether baby...

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Emmanuel: God With Us - By Tracy Earl Welliver, Everyday Stewardship (LPi, 2015) The name Emmanuel means “God is with us.” This is a title we use for Jesus frequently during Advent and Christmas, but its impact should stay with us throughout the year. The Incarnation – God becoming human in the person of Jesus Christ – broke into our world...

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To Love Is a Choice - By the Rev. Canon Lance Ousley Stewardship involves a series of choices every day. We all have people and things that have been entrusted to our care. How we choose to care for them is how we practice good stewardship or poor stewardship. In our hearts we are challenged to be stewards of the love...

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Thanksgiving for Your Gifts - By the Trinity Stewardship Committee Each Sunday we pass the alms basins, mail a check, or debit our bank accounts in order to give our offerings to our parish. The question we all need to answer for ourselves and our families is: “How much should we give out of all that has been given to...

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Two Motives for Giving - By the Rev. Canon J. Hugh Magers There are two real reasons for giving to God through the church: one is Obedience; the other is Gratitude. Obedience is grounded in a theology appropriate for being a creature. It can be expressed in three simple propositions and one action. The three propositions are: God made it...

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Trinity costumeTRINITY’S GOT TALENT

On Saturday, February 3, 2018, 7 p.m., the Stewardship Committee will host a talent show at Macelli’s Banquet Hall (1031 New Hampshire).

To participate as a performer or a volunteer, please download the following forms and send to Tony Silvestri  (tgt@trinitylawrence.org) by January 28, 2018.

Trinity’s Got Talent Performer Registration Form

Trinity’s Got Talent Volunteer Form