April 20 – 23 | YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park
Save the date!
Save the date!
Here is your chance to buy stock that is guaranteed to grow! On Sunday, April 23, Trinity's youth will be calling to ask for your financial support and prayers. You can help make youth ministries and mission trips possible by buying "Stock-in-Youth."
This summer the high school youth will spend a week in Seattle learning about the amazing network of assistance available in the close knit community as they serve in food banks, homeless shelters and soup kitchens. The sixth and seventh graders will spend three days in mission here in Denver serving at the Olin Hotel, Metro Caring and Project Angel Heart.
The youth each pay a portion of the cost of these trips, and we need our Trinity family to help make these life-changing trips possible. Together, we believe we can make this happen! In addition, you will be supporting our youth ministries year-round by buying stock in our youth. All "stock holders" will receive a postcard in the fall from our mission trips letting them know how their "investments" are doing. The youth will share their summer mission trip experiences in the fall on Youth Sunday.
Trinity's Children's Ministry is offering members a "Kids'/Parents' Night Out." Bring your children (babies through 5th grade) to Trinity – kids get to enjoy dinner and a movie and parents get a night out!
The cost is $10 per child. Reservations are required. Nursery/toddler space is limited!
Trinity will be participating in Doors Open Denver 2017! We will welcome many guests into our beautiful, historic home, offering displays and information in Fellowship Hall, as well as light refreshments.
The historic Trinity United Methodist Church, built in 1888, has some of the most beautiful stained glass windows. On Sunday, April 30, the Chancel Chamber Choir will feature these beautiful windows in a concert entitled “Beauty”.
Quotes from author Julia Cameron will be laced throughout the concert as the choir highlights the three large windows in our Sanctuary. The Resurrection Window at the back of the room will encourage us through the music of three compositions: Sing Me to Heaven by Daniel E. Gawthrop, Under His Wings arranged by Stephen Manders and Beautiful City by Andre J. Thomas. The north window is the Twelve Tribes of Israel so we will sing music based on the Old Testament. The last section of the concert is based on the south window – the Twelve Disciples – so we will include the songs Adoro Te Devote (Jesus Adore Thee), Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross, Jubilant Song, For the Beaty of the Earth and closing the concert with solo cello and the choir singing Benedictus by Karl Jenkins from his Mass for Peace.
A freewill offering will be taken.
A light lunch will be available after the 11 a.m. worship service sponsored by our Fellowship Committee prior to the concert.