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Ladies’ Bunco for more information call Anita Proebstle at 630-596-3012. Registration forms will be at the front desk.
Time to register for bunco, The date is Friday night October 19th at 6:30 pm in the Family Life Center at Trinity. All ladies are welcome to join us. No need to know how to play bunco as it is a very simple game and we will be happy to teach you. A light dinner will be served. The cost is $10 in advance if paid by Tuesday October 16th or $12 after that or if paid for at the door. The money includes, dinner, dessert,…
Witness Bracelets – MOST Ministries sends out thousands of witness bracelets duringtheir mission trips all over the world. These bracelets are used tobreach the language barrier that would otherwise hinder the sharingof the Gospel message. Each of the 7 beads represents a GospelMessage. YOU CAN HELP CHANGE LIVES by joining us in assembling thesewonderful evangelism toolsCome Join Us to help spread the GospelDATE: Sunday, October 21stTIME: 1:00 – 3:00 pmDevotion: Our Rest in A Changing WorldLocation: Trinity Lutheran Church405 Rush…
Learn what life was like to live with Martin Luther. Karen Mason will be portraying Katie. Sharing her perception of the changing world during the reformation. Learn about how she coped with feeding all that who came to visit, Luther’s time away and how she made beer.
Trick or Treat? No Way try TRUNK OR TREAT! Make sure to mark your calendars for the annual TRUNK OR TREAT event at Trinity. Trunk or Treat is a fall themed Halloween event for families and children of all ages. We wanted to provide families a safe and fun environment for their kids to play some games, enjoy some fall crafts, and of course go trick or treating for some candy! SAVE THE DATE for SUNDAY OCTOBER 28TH from 12:30pm-2:00pm…
Diva Montel helps us open up the Christmas season in song. A Chicagoland vocalist who sings a variety of music – from Sarah Brightmann, Celine Dion, Donna Summer, Whitney Huston to Ann Wilson. This special event costs $16.00 and needs to be paid in advance.
Patricia Spence will speak about the life of Artist Ai Weiwei. He was born in Beijing in 1957 and still resides there. He is a Chinese contemporary artist and activist. As a political activist, he has been openly critical of the Chinese government’s stance on democracy and human rights. He has been arrested and jailed because of his activism.
Phil Zielke will speak about Phil’s Friends. Phil used to be a teacher at Trinity and after a bout with cancer he started Phil’s Friends, an international Christian ministry to people who have cancer. Phil’s Friends mission is to provide Christ-centered support and hope to those affected by cancer. Learn more as Phil shares how they are touching people’s lives.