Social Distancing Worship Sat. 5:00pm & Sun. 8:30am!
Martha Circle members currently meet on the first Friday of the month at the Herscher Restaurant at 8:30am March thru May and September through December. Special meetings may be called if the need arises. Martha Circle consists of women from the congregation that like to show the love of Christ to people through missions, fellowship and services. New members are welcome.
Projects and activities, we plan annually are:
Preparing and shipping Lutheran World Relief quilts, soap, and school kits with the help from the congregation in collecting the items.
Fill and send goodie boxes to college students with help from the congregation.
Members attend Trinity Lutheran’s LWML Zone Spring Rally and Fall Work shop.
Make an annual donation to the LWML mite fund.
We organize and serve funeral dinners with the help of all the generous volunteers of the congregation.
We thank the congregation for their donations toward OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD. 150 shoe boxes were filled at the LWML Fall Rally on October 6th and enough money was donated to mail them.
Hannah Circle meets at 6:30pm on the third Monday of each month, September-May.
Our annual bake sale will be held on November 17 & 18 before and after services.
In conjunction with our bake sale, we will be selling Priester’s Pecans and Peanuts which are harvested fresh this fall. Priester is a small, family owned business in southern Alabama founded in 1935. We’ve ordered fancy pecan halves, honey glazed pecan halves, milk chocolate pecan halves, double dipped chocolate peanuts, and roasted peanuts at prices ranging from $5.00 to $13.00 for a one pound bag. The nut sale is in conjunction with a Thrivent Action Team Project. We will be selling them during our bake sale and throughout the holidays as supplies last.
All proceeds help to fund our mission projects.
Trinity Sewing members are busy working at their homes on quilt tops for next year. Anyone interested in learning to make a top, please give Debbie Witheft or Jackie Morrical a call. All experienced quilters, we will take your incomplete projects you no longer want and your scraps. Many of our tops this year were given to us from quilters in the community. We can add and finish the tops to fit our size requirements. We will keep everyone informed when we will have tops to tie. We finished and shipped 60 tops this year. What will be our goal next year???
Trinity Sewing Group is open to all. Anyone may come and enjoy a day of quilt tying and socializing or work at home on a quilt. We have nice shelves in the closet and plenty of fabric to make a top. Please know, the individuals receiving these items have very little and they will be thrilled in a top created by you. We are still in need of colored flat sheets. Flannel sheets are great for liners in the quilts.
In addition to the quilt tops, backpacks are sewed to make available to fill with school supplies in the fall. These items are also shipped to LWR each October.