Phone: (717) 774-7146
415 Bridge Street
New Cumberland PA 17070
Phone: (717) 774-7146
415 Bridge Street
New Cumberland PA 17070
During the months of June and July, Trinity will be collecting bottles of 100% fruit juice for the Neighborhood Center Children’s Summer Program. Please put the containers of juice by the display on the hallway table. Thanks for reaching out to the Neighborhood Center.
National Night Out will take place on Tuesday August 7 from 6-8 PM in our parking lot and along our street-side. Carol Crossley and Michelle Loomis will be leading a team of volunteers in this effort. We are partnering with the New Cumberland Borough, Fire Department, Police Department, Medard’s House, Vicki’s Angel Walk, Caitlyn’s Smiles, New Cumberland Town Band, and of course, many of Trinity’s ministries. Music, children’s games, food and displays will be offered. Watch the announcements for more information on how you can get involved
Tuesday, June 26th is the Seniors Picnic lunch at 12 noon in the Fellowship Hall. This will be followed by the Sunnier Side of Sixty service at 1:15 in the sanctuary.
The theme of the service is "Why Giving to Others Can Make Us Richer". Haley Warner, Trinity Director of Youth Ministries, will bring the message. Trinity Youth Singers and instrumentalists, lead by Dan Stokes, will minister in music. Trinity minister friends will participate and serve communion. Please contact the church office if you are in need of transportation.
Haley Warner, Director of Youth Ministries, will normally take Friday as her day off. There may be weeks in which she would choose an alternate day if she would need to work on a Friday due to youth programs/needs.
Thank you for your gracious and hearty response to the card shower for Haley. Thanks also to Jo Lower and Carol Evertts for organizing Haley's June 3rd welcome during coffee fellowship. ~Ken Gable and Beth Sider (Staff-Parish Team)
The invitation flyer to the next Sunnier Side of Sixty service contained a wrong contact # to respond regarding your attendance. Please call Betty Winter, at 717-774-4365 to RSVP. Thank you
Trinity Church will be collecting just backpacks for the Back to School Bonanza this year. We will need various sizes, ranging from Kindergarten thru 12th grade for boys and girls. Donations of backpacks may be put on the table in hallway. Families will then be able to come and pick up the backpacks (which will be pre-filled with school items we already have or will purchase). The more back packs we have, obviously, the more children we can help.
Distribution date: July 26th Time: 6 – 7 PM. Place: Fellowship Hall
Would you please help us to reach those outside Trinity walls who are in need???? We will have light refreshments and activities for the children. Thank you all so very much.
Carol Evertts, Tiffany Hollinger and Sharon Immel, Coordinators
Please note that Junior Church will not be held during the 10:45 service during June, July or August.
The Soup Fellowship Ministry needs your games and musical talent. They would like donations of new or gently used games and puzzles (100 pieces or less - for all ages). Please put your donated items on the table in the hallway. Also, for all of our musically-talented people, would you consider sharing your talent with us at one of the soup meals? If so, please sign the signup sheet across from the mailboxes. If you have any questions, please call Sharon Immel at 717-712-0991.
Do you have a stash of left-over yarn from finished knitted or crocheted projects? Would you like a suggestion as to how to use that yarn in a way that would benefit others? Bethesda Mission has assured me that cold-weather hats and scarves for men, women and children would be greatly appreciated and distributed to those in need. If you would like to join me in making hats and scarves for Bethesda, please email me, or call me at 717-502-4295, and we’ll schedule a time to share ideas and plan how to make this outreach happen. Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could deliver hats and scarves to Bethesda Mission next Fall in time for them to be given to those who need them before cold weather returns. Please pray about how you might contribute to this outreach. And let’s also pray for the homeless men, women, and children who are struggling to survive. ~Karen Bowen
The Altar Guild could use some more small coffee cans to make transporting altar flowers from the church more trouble-free. Please bring in the 8-12 oz. cans and place them on the table at the back of the hallway. Thanks
Dear Church Family, please keep Allison Miller, Travis Trick, Ryan Dunbar and all the staff, volunteers and the other 90-some special-needs individuals who go to Hope Springs Farm in your prayers. Recently the barn burnt to the ground with 2 miniature horses, 2 bunnies, a few dozen baby chicks and farm equipment in it. The loss of the barn and some of the animals is devastating for all of them.
If anyone would like to donate money to replace what was lost that insurance doesn’t cover, you can send it to: Hope Springs Farm, 201 Trail Road, Hershey, PA. 17033. You may also see Sharon Immel or call her with any questions: (717-712-0991). There is a link on the farm’s homepage for donations as well.
Theme: JOY Jesus - Others - You June 27, July 11 and July 25
Volunteer meetings for volunteers are held the Monday evening before each Summer in the Sonshine Day. If you are able to help in some way with the ministries below, it will be greatly appreciated. Let your heart be your guide. The Sonshine children will be decorating and filling bags for the homeless. There is a list of items below that are needed for the bags.
The Sonshine children will be collecting items for the Camp Curtain Pre-School. This preschool is run by Dan Stoke’s brother. Items needed are listed below.
Thank you for considering these opportunities to help the homeless and the children of Harrisburg. All donations will be greatly appreciated. There will be marked containers in the hallway for your donations. Thank you for your help. Summer in the Sonshine Team
Consider giving only 3 hours of your time to help homeless people and the less fortunate by feeding them a cooked lunch at Downtown Daily Bread (DDB). DDB is a mission project to help address the needs of the poor and homeless in the Harrisburg area. Many volunteers from area churches, including Trinity, make it possible for DDB to serve a hot meal every day of the year. Trinity serves on the first 2 Tuesdays of every other month. To volunteer for this most-rewarding opportunity, contact the Church office or Ardith McClure, Trinity’s Downtown Daily Bread Project Manager at 717-774-5409.
Vision: Building Lives. Better Community. Better Harrisburg.
Guiding Principles: Foundation: We are committed to being a Center of Christian life, love, health, and inspiration.
Community: We are committed to the concept of living and learning in a Christian community.
Mission: The Neighborhood Center builds a vital community by serving and empowering children, youth, and families.
The Neighborhood Center has served the total Harrisburg community since 1910. Formerly known as the Methodist Mission, Neighborhood Center has a proud history of meeting the needs of the Community. The Neighborhood Center has the following programs: Young Mothers Together, Ladies in Training Program, Scholarship Opportunities, Community Initiatives, Toddler Program, Younger Preschool Program, Summer Adventure and Camp Program (June- August) For the month of June and July TUMC is kindly asking our congregation for donations of 100 % juice for the children's Summer Program. Please put containers of juice on the table in hallway. Thank you so very much in reaching out to Neighborhood Hood Center. ~ Mission Coordinators, Carol Evertts and Marsha Uber