TERRE HAUTE —
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Maple Avenue United Methodist
Celebrates Teachers and Educators from the 12 Points & Collett Park neighborhoods September 9 with Sunday Service in the Park at 10:30 at the Collett Park Pavilion.
Pastor Dave Rockhill will deliver a message honoring all the people responsible for shaping our youth, and how grateful we are for their commitment. Mayor Duke Bennett and the City of Terre Haute have declared “12 Points & Collett Park Educators Day.” Music will be provided by Dan Rodriguez and the considerable talent from the congregation. Food and soft drinks will be served following this event.
In case of inclement weather, service will be held in the Family Life Center. This is a Family Friendly event open to everyone to attend regardless of Faith or Denomination.
For further information call (812) 232-7263.
Please come and join us at our worship service time at 10 a.m. each Sunday at the church, 2620 Ohio Boulevard.
All are welcome to come and join us Sunday, from 4 to 6 p.m. for a Block Party, followed by a concert at 6 p.m. here at the church. We will be hosting a Block Party to celebrate the beginning of Fall Sunday school and all of the Trinity family is invited as well as our neighbors in our community. Food and activities and a Mini-Health Fair will take place from 4 to 6 p.m., and then at 6 p.m. the Christian musical group, the Graybeards will share their musical gifts with us.
Also at Trinity, our Outreach Committee is continuing to sponsor an ongoing Paper Goods Drive to help victims of domestic violence at the local CODA (Council On Domestic Abuse) safe house. Suggested items to be donated will be things like paper towels, Kleenex, toilet paper, etceteras. Please bring donated items and place them in the box marked “Paper Supplies for CODA” in our Narthex area. They will be collected on the second Sunday of each month and given to CODA.
Also, coming up on Sept. 30, the children in our congregation will be collecting pennies for their Penny Power Ministry during the worship service to help feed hungry children around the world through the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) World Hunger Organization. For more details concerning the church call (812) 232-7628.