Memorial Day Service
The Biglerville American Legion post is holding its annual Memorial Day Service at 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 26, at Greenmount Cemetery. All are welcome to attend this special service to honor all who have served our country to preserve its freedoms.Summer Worship June 16
On June 16, Trinity will switch to its summer worship schedule with ONE service at 9 a.m. There will be no Sunday school. The regular worship schedule with Sunday school will resume on Sunday, Sept. 8.Lady Concert CDs Now Available
The annual Lady Concert held on Sunday evening, April 28, featuring the ensemble of Julianna Martin Hayward, Joy Martin Cox, and Elisabeth Poje Glenn, was a huge success! Special thanks goes to Herb and Peg Lady for making this program possible, to all the people involved in so many ways (from beginning to end), as well as to those who supported the concert with their attendance.
If you were not able to attend this exceptional performance of fine music or enjoyed it so much that you would like to hear it again, CDs are now available! If interested, please contact Tim Kuhn at email@example.com or 677-0814.Tim Bangerd to give Concert on June 9
On Sunday, June 9, at 2 p.m., a Piano/Organ Concert, featuring Tim Bangerd, will be held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 5918 Conover Road, Harney, MD. If you would like more information about this special event, please contact Audrey Ridinger at 677-6577.‘Mighty Kingdom’ VBS to be held July 22-26
Hey, kids! Summer is approaching with lots of great things to do. So, save the dates of July 22 through 26 when you’ll have the opportunity to go on an exciting quest to the ‘Mighty Kingdom’ VBS here at Trinity. On this adventure, you will put on the armor of God and learn all about God’s love, the power of faith, and how to shield yourself from temptation. There will be lots of activities, games, skits, snacks and FUN! Rev. Stuart Johns to speak at UAPB
On Tuesday, May 7, the Rev. Stuart Johns, pastor of the Idaville United Brethren in Christ Church, will be guest speaker for the monthly Upper Adams Prayer Breakfast at the Apple Bin Restaurant on Rt. 234. The Rev. Johns grew up in South Central Pennsylvania area, graduated from Huntington University in Indiana, devoted a number of years to the Child Evangelism Fellowship ministry, and later worked with the Every Generation Ministries in the Los Angeles area. He became pastor of the Idaville church in 2009. He will be offering his spiritual insights at the breakfast.
The prayer breakfast begins at 7:45 a.m. and usually ends about 9. All are welcome to attend this multi-denominational gathering.
On June 4, Pastor Randy Huber of Heidlersburg’s Chapel Hill Church of God will be the guest speaker.