Baptism of Bryer Lee Troutman, June 2nd
Bryer Lee Troutman, son of Randy and Ronica Troutman, was baptized on June 2nd. Bryer’s sponsors are Maryellen Troutman and Melissa Harris. We welcome Bryer as a fellow worker with us. We extend our love and support to him as he grows in his knowledge and faith in the Word of God.
Welcome to Our Newest Member
We are pleased to welcome our newest member, Paige Wilkinson, to our church family. Her son, Lincoln, will be baptized at Trinity on July 7th. Please welcome Paige and Lincoln in worship and congregational events. We look forward to working with them in carrying out our congregation’s mission.
Breakfast with the Bible
We had a wonderful gathering of twenty people for Breakfast with the Bible at Friedens Lutheran Church on June 8th. On that date, we discussed the Pentecost story and how that relates to our time in 2019.
During worship on June 23rd, we honored our three graduates: Elijah Morgan, Katie Bowman, and Lizzie Otto.
Elijah Morgan: Eli graduated from high school, Commonwealth Charter Academy.
Katie Bowman: Katie graduated from Misericordia University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Science. She is now pursuing her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology.
Lizzie Otto: Lizzie graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education with certification in Kindergarten to Fourth Grade.
Congratulations, Eli, Katie, and Lizzie! We wish you happiness and success in your future endeavors. “You are God’s Child, deserving of love and respect, and God will use you to change the world.” Martin Luther.
Agape Community Meal
In June, the Agape Community meal menu included hot dogs/buns, meatball sandwiches, baked macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, and cake. 59 meals were served, including platters delivered to shut-ins.
Miles to Mend
There was one request for Miles to Mend assistance that was fulfilled in June. You are welcome to nominate someone at any time using the forms located in the office entrance. Please be reminded that recipients must be going through ongoing medical care that requires routine travel, and that all recipients must reside in the Tri-Valley School district. The Miles to Mend program also provides financial assistance to high school students to pay the participation fee for sports and activities.