This Sunday we welcome Rev. Joey Olson as guest preacher. She retired from the Port Angeles UMC in 2014 and has been a part of Trinity since then. She has served churches in Texas, Ocean Shores, Mill Creek and as District Superintendent for the Inland District. She and her husband Ole, in their blended family, have two daughters and two sons along with nine grandchildren. Rev. Olson enjoys reading, hiking, kayaking and traveling. We thank her for sharing the message with us this Sunday.
Some Concerns that we have
- Pastor Brad and Dorothy for Brad’s health issues.
- The family of Mark and Pat Lewis as we prepare for their memorial service which is scheduled for Friday, August 6 at 1 pm.
- For those who continue to go through physical struggles, those who are dealing with cancer, or other health situations. For those who are emotionally feeling lost and alone.
- For those who haven’t been vaccinated yet; for all those who are ill from the COVID-19 virus; for those families who have lost loved ones to the virus; and for essential workers.
- For peace in our country.
- For Katherine Parker, missionary to Nepal.
While Pastor Brad is on vacation there will be no weekly pastor’s letter or printed sermons.
For pastoral emergencies during this time, please call the church office at 360-683-5367.
Even though you can’t be with those having birthdays this week, emails or phone calls are appreciated.
Sunday In-Person Services
Sunday services are now being held in the church at 10 am.
For Sunday Services Covid safety guidelines will be followed: wear masks; sign in when you arrive, if you haven’t called ahead; and practice social distancing.
Online Recorded Services
The Sunday service is being filmed and available online the next day, Monday.
Printed sermons are not available when we have guest preachers while Pastor Brad is on vacation.
Home Maintenance Funds Available
TUMC Missions Ministry has limited funds available to help folks at church and others in our community with necessary home maintenance projects. This might include basic home repairs, yard cleanup, ramps, grab bars, and other in-home needs. One household could receive one grant per year with a maximum limit of up to $500. Confidential requests will go through Lois’s Legacy. Contact Senior Ministries Office 360-683-4307 for further information.
A new small group is starting: COVID-19 Transition: Redesigning My New Normal, in Christ
This is a small group developed for those who are vaccinated yet, for a variety of reasons, may feel reluctant to come out of sheltering. They may be feeling unsafe, confused, and unclear about the best approaches to take. They may know they need to reconnect with others but just cannot find the motivation.
If this is you, you’re not alone. It’s a nationwide issue and can be very challenging. Melody has been developing her own redesign and has wonderful strategies that work, to share with you!
Come and develop steps to prayerfully create your individual reopening, done using your inner wisdom at your own pace. Come and learn professionally researched calming and healing tools to aid you in a safe and accepting atmosphere.
Group will be held on July 21, 1:00 pm in person at Trinity; A second group is scheduled on Thursdays, noon on Zoom. Each group meets for 6 weeks, 1.5 hours.
To sign up or ask questions contact Melody Romeo and indicate your interest and the best day for you. Space is limited so please contact me soon. Email email@example.com or call 360-461-5595
Recycle Empty Inkjet and Laser Printer Cartridges
The recycle container for empty inkjet and laser printer cartridges and used cell phones is now in the church office. Besides helping the environment by recycling, the church is paid for every item donated. Thanks so much for your continued (or new) participation in this program!
Our 2021 Mission U in the Pacific Northwest Conference
Mission U will offer the following studies Thursday through Saturday, July 29-31, online via Zoom:
- Spirituality Study: Finding Peace in an Anxious World, edited by Erin James-Brown, taught by Rev. Joanne Coleman Campbell
- Issues Study: Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools by Monique Morris, taught by Donna Farrell, Nica Sy, and Angela Reed
See https://pnwumc.org/umw/ for more information
Free Youth Mental Health First Aid Classes for Clallam County Residents
Youth Mental Health First Aid is a nationally recognized certification course that will teach you how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness, substance abuse disorders, and challenges that youth face in our community. Classes were made possible through grant funding from Clallam County Health and Human Services.
Youth Mental Health First Aid Trainings: 9:00 am-2:30 pm August 31, September 18, or November 17.
2.0 hrs. of online pre-work must be completed before the 4.5 hr. in-person training date.
Space is limited! Reserve a seat today! Contact Kathy Hansen at 360-457-0431 x 531139, Peninsula Behavioral Health.
Take a course. Save a life…Strengthen your Community.
Virtual Adult Mental Health First Aid Training
Peninsula Behavioral Health has been awarded a grant from Clallam County Health and Human Services to offer the training free to participants that live or work in Clallam County.
If you live or work outside of Clallam County, the cost for the training is $75.00 per person, credit cards are accepted.
Training is October 13, 2021, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (PST)
Please register by contacting Kathy Hansen, email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (360) 457-0431, ext. 139
Take a course. Save a life…Strengthen your Community.
Let’s give Trinity some TLC!
Come on out to Trinity TLC where we do light maintenance around the Church while sharing in fellowship. We meet every two weeks, and our next meeting is Friday, July 23 at 9:30 AM for a couple of hours. We will be cutting grass, doing light maintenance and upkeep, some summertime work, and of course having a cup of coffee and light eats. All are welcome! For more info, call Andy Pitts at 804-724-3401.
TUMC Office hours are 9 am-2 pm Monday through Friday. Remember to follow COVID-19 protocols: wear a mask, sign in, practice social distancing and use hand sanitizer or wash hands frequently.
Upper Room Daily Devotionals for July-August are now available in the church narthex.