Christmas Carol Sing-Along, Tonight!
Our Trinity Choir is inviting the whole church to a fun and casual Christmas carol sing-along. Christmas carols are special to all of us and are a meaningful way for us to express the joy, peace, hope and love of the season. We will provide song sheets and gather to sing in the sanctuary on Wed. Dec. 1 at 6:00pm.
Women’s Christmas Party, Sunday, Dec. 5
Come celebrate the simple gifts of Christmas. We will have snacks, songs, and a socks service project for Hill Country Daily Bread. We will meet at the home of Carla Northington (414 Cordillera Trace, Boerne) on Sun. Dec. 5 from 3:00pm-5:00pm.
Please bring new socks of any size to give to those in need. Sign up here to bring your favorite Christmas snack. Contact Fina Valdez for more information.
Youth Christmas Party, Sunday, Dec. 12
Trinity middle and high school students are invited to our youth Christmas party Sunday, December 12, from 5:00-7:00pm. We will be meeting at Trinity as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. Come for dinner, fun, games, and a white elephant gift exchange. Wear an ugly Christmas sweater - or a great Christmas themed outfit! Please bring a wrapped gift in the $5-10 range. Please RSVP to Luke or Pastor Kevin.
Trinity Kids Advent Project
As a project during the Advent season, Trinity Kids is holding a Stuffed Animal Drive for the HCPCC (Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center). They are in need of new medium-sized stuffed animals. Trinity Kids will have a donation bin set up in the foyer until Dec. 19.
Simple Gifts Christmas Sermon Series
Sometimes it's simple gifts that are the most needed and cherished by us in the complexity of our modern world. In our advent sermon series, we’ll celebrate the gift of a Savior through the Old Testament prophets as we explore the wonder of Christmas and the simple gifts of joy, hope, peace, and love.
ESL Children’s Ministry Volunteers Needed
One of the outreach ministries of Trinity is our English as a Second Language classes for adults. We desire to restart the children’s portion and need several volunteers who love children and can volunteer for about two hours on Monday nights next semester. This is a fantastic ministry to engage in for those looking for outreach opportunities and those who need community service hours. Because children are worth protecting here at Trinity, you’ll need to be a member, complete our child safety training and pass a background check in order to volunteer. Talk to ESL director Luanne Hicks to sign up (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Pastor Allen Taha Sabbatical, April 25-July 17, 2022
I’m very thankful for Trinity’s gift of a sabbatical next year. Trinity has a generous sabbatical policy allowing pastors to take extended time off for the purpose of rest, refreshment and renewal. My first sabbatical was in 2014 and there were some wonderful things God did in my life and in the life of Trinity. I was scheduled for a sabbatical this year, however, in consultation with the elders I delayed for a year due to the disruption of the pandemic and the construction of the Life Center. I spoke about the sabbatical at our congregational meeting in September and want everyone to be aware that we are making plans behind the scenes for a smooth time for the church to thrive during that time. More will be communicated at the February 2022 Congregational meeting and in the days ahead.
Giving at Trinity
Knowing that God has given us everything we need physically and spiritually motivates us to give Him our time, talent and treasure. Generosity with our financial resources helps to fund the mission God has called us to as a church and extend his Kingdom here in Boerne and throughout the world. There are various ways we give at Trinity:
- Give online at www.trinityboerne.org/give
- Text an amount to 830-201-3311
- Mail a check to the Trinity office
- Bring a check to church and place in the offering plate during communion