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Pastor Lange will be starting an Adult Inquirer’s class on Tuesday, February 10th (one week later than expected) at 7:00 pm. This is a 12-week course for those who would like to become members at Trinity and for those who would like a refresher, so current members are invited! Materials will be provided at no cost. Contact the church office to sign-up for this class.
Sanctity of Life Sunday is January 18, 2015. The theme for the day will be “Matter of the Heart.” They get labeled “political” and “social” and “moral.” But the reality is that the life issues are Matter of the Heart. They are spiritual issues that touch people’s hearts and souls. That is why the Church is compelled to address these issues because we have what it takes to speak to spiritual issues— the Gospel of Jesus Christ! The Gospel is the most powerful and positive life-affirming message in the universe. It is tailor made for Matter of the Heart. Our Life Sunday materials this year focus on increasing this understanding among God’s people and equipping them with resources and ideas for education and action in dealing with Matters of the Heart in their congregations and communities. A special Lutherans for Life envelope has been placed in your bulletin. Please join us for fellowship treats provided by the Human Care Board members following the worship service. Fellowship will then be followed by a special Bible study from Lutherans for Life.
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On Friday, January 30 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Trinity’s fellowship hall/gymnasium will be filled with game and craft opportunities for all ages. Families will work together to complete a family challenge as they make their way through the various stations. Free hot dogs and other snacks will be served, including snowcones. Young children can zoom around on riding toys. Craft projects will allow the young and old to express their creativity. Other activities include snowman bowling, snowball toss, scooter sledding, and more. Table games, including cards, Scrabble, cribbage, and dice, are all available. If you’d like to sit and visit, that’s fine, too. The Scholastic book fair will be open, and a door prize of Scholastic books will be given to one lucky winner. This event is coordinated with Fergus Falls’ Frostbite Festival and National Lutheran Schools Week.