Wear Red for Pentecost

Wear Red for Pentecost

On the weekend of June 8-9, the Day of Pentecost (fifty days of Easter and ten days after the Ascension), the clergy wear red vestments to signify the work of the Spirit. It is also a custom in many churches for the people in the congregation to wear red on the Day of Pentecost as well. We invite you to wear red on Pentecost Sunday to remind us of the fire of the Spirit.

Red Flowers for Pentecost

Red Flowers for Pentecost

As is Trinity’s tradition, we will again be ordering red flowers to celebrate Pentecost at the Mission campus on June 8-9. The flowers will then be planted to beautify the Mission campus entryway. To make a donation towards the purchase of the flowers, please see the...
OneFund Commitment Sunday Is May 19

OneFund Commitment Sunday Is May 19

This Sunday, we will ask you to submit your OneFund commitment card for our 2019/2020 fiscal year. At each worship service, you will have an opportunity to pray, celebrate the blessings God has bestowed on your family, and hand in your commitment card. Remember to...
Handbell Players Wanted

Handbell Players Wanted

Handbell players wanted: We are organizing a small handbell ensemble of about four players to play for worship one Sunday this summer at the Mission campus. If you would like to participate, please contact Lara West (lara@tlcms.org) by June 3. Past handbell experience...
Shawnee Campus Development

Shawnee Campus Development

by Pastor Phil CookWe’ve reached another major milestone in the development and expansion of the Shawnee campus. In April, our development team met with two architectural firms to hear their proposals towards developing a master plan for the future of the Shawnee...