Good News Club

Good News Club

Our group meets at Concord Elementary every Tuesday during the school year.

Won’t you consider helping out on Tuesdays during the School year from 2:00-4:00 PM? The group provides refreshments for the kids along with a video lesson.  We could use all volunteers, but really could use some more “male” role models!

On June 11, 2001, the US Supreme Court decision in Good News Clubs vs. Milford Central School ruled that equal treatment of religious speakers is not endorsement of religion_ This equal access decision opened the doors for after-school religious clubs through which the Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF} has initiated News Clubs in public schools in every state in the US and around the world.
Good News clubs are sponsored by local churches and coordinated by CEF. They meet for 1 1/2 hour once a week after school in school buildings and every school in Anderson County had a Good News Club sponsor last year.


In the partnership between CEF and Holy Trinity, CEF will train all our volunteers, provide teaching materials, background screening, full-time staff support and liabiliry insurance. Holy Trinity will purchase teaching materials, and provide the volunteers.
The Holy Trinity/Concord Good News Club will start on Tuesday, September 20th and provides an amazing opportunity to share the Good News with 50-60 children weekly.!
Please prayerfully consider participating in this amazing opportunity to not only be -Salt and Light- by reflecting God’s love to our community, but to actually share the source of that love by introducing our “lambs”.

Will you help?

WILL YOU HELP?

Attention Men and Women of Holy Trinity: As you probably know, our Holy Trinity WELCA Circles provide food to the families of deceased members. Each situation is different, of course, but can be anything from a full meal to light refreshments. Sometimes we find ourselves facing a little difficulty in having enough food for the bereaving families. Because we never know what we might need and because these plans are made on such short notice, would you be willing to help by providing a side dish or dessert to be shared at this time? If you are a non-active WELCA member of Holy Trinity or a man of Holy Trinity, are you willing to be called upon to help out with the meal preparation? We would greatly appreciate your signing up for this service to our church family. As food is needed, you will be contacted by the WELCA President and asked to help out. Please sign your name below and place this form in the offering plate or talk to one of our WELCA Board Members, either in person or by phone: Roz Eckardt at 225-3810, Christa Mollgaard at 225-3660, Edna Moore at 231-6991 or Johnnie Hunnicutt at 261-6248. We thank you and appreciate your willingness to help in these situations. If you have questions, please contact a Board Member.

 

Choirs

Holy Trinity has several choir opportunities:

The Children’s Choir (Ages 4 – 10) rehearses on Sunday Morning between 9:45 and 10:15

The Chancel Choir (Adults) Early Service – rehearses after the early service on Sunday morning at 9:45 in the Choir room
(The Chancel Choir does sing during the summer, but rehearses before the services.)

The Chancel Choir (Adults) Late Service – rehearses on Wednesday evenings 7:30PM, except from mid-June through August.
(The Chancel Choir does sing during the summer, but rehearses before the services.)

We would love to have anyone interested in singing come out and join.  You don’t have to be perfect, just willing to make a joyful noise to the Lord!

Blood Drive

Holy Trinity sponsors a Blood Drive twice a year in March and October of each year at the church, cooperating with the Anmed blood center. Members may donate more often at the Hospital, making sure to note that the donation is for Holy Trinity. The congregation is part of the Blood Assurance Program which enables members in need of transfusions to receive them without cost.