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November Happenings

It is hard to believe that we are at November already this year! The leaves are changing with the season and there is now a crispness in the air! The change of seasons brings along with it the reminder to all of us that we also go through different seasons in our lives. This past year has definitely been a year for us here at the church with many changes; losing precious saints to their heavenly home; a number of our Trinity family relocating closer to family; and having times of study and prayer together to navigate the changes.

November will be a great month for us as we begin on Sunday, November 6th with a Fellowship Breakfast at 9:00 (everything provided). Following breakfast, we will have our Annual Meeting and then Worship together at 10:30. I know the Lord will be with us as we enjoy our fellowship with one another around the tables!

November will bring 21 Days of Prayer and Thanksgiving. You will all receive (similar to the newsletter) a list of 21 days with an emphasis on reading the Scripture, a suggestion for a thanksgiving and prayer emphasis! It is a time for all of us to be reading, praising, and praying with one heart for those 21 days.

We have prayed earnestly for so many things over this past year and God has been answering prayer—and He will continue to do so as we lean into Him and trust His will to be done in the concerns that we bring to Him.

On Sunday, November 20th after worship will be a time for the family to pitch in and get the church decorated for Christmas. Light snacks will be available at that time for those who stay to help! November 27th will be the first Sunday of Advent! That week, on Wednesday, November 30th, we will have a soup supper at 5:00 with a Christmas Carol sing following!

Put these dates on your calendar for November! What a joy it will be to share meals, fellowship, and fun just being together!


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