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Worship 6/11/23




We invite you to join us on Sunday, June 11 at 11:30 for a nurture session devoted to "Pour Art" led by Karen Aspinwall.  We will gather in the Commons at Trinity to "pour out" ourselves in friendship and love as neighbors using paints and friendly conversation. Be sure to bring something to protect your clothing from the acrylic paint!

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Prayer Loom


As we live into the season of Pentecost and explore the Beautiful Neighborhood of which we are a part, we invite members of Trinity to weave the prayers of their hearts into the loom. We will be encouraging our neighbors to do the same so that our prayers intermingle and support one another.  

The loom is located at the bike rack near the entrance to the parking lot. We are grateful to Mike Strawderman for creating the loom for us!

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Summer Yoga Class

A 6-Week Beginner Yoga Series: 

Tuesday Evenings from June 20 - August 1


We will meet from 5-6 pm in the Trinity Sanctuary.  We will NOT meet on July 4.  To enroll in this course, click here. Registration is limited to 12 participants.

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VIA's Core Teams Assembly


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VIA is hoping for 10 Trinity people to attend!


Register Here!

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Massanetta Springs Pledges


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Return your pledges for Massanetta Springs to Trinity so we can track our progress for matching contributions. Gifts can be paid with a one-time payment or pledged over a total of three years. Checks can be made payable to Trinity, with Massanetta Springs campaign on the memo line, or online, using the Massanetta Springs button on Vanco. Online pledge forms can be completed here: 




To learn more, watch this video:

SAVE THE DATE: concert on the lawn

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CWS Donations Needed

CWS is thrilled to be welcoming many new neighbors in the coming months, but they need your support! Can you help them make a new house a home? They are in urgent need of the following items:

  • Sofas/chairs

  • Kitchen tables w/ chairs

  • Dressers or bookcases

  • Twin Sheets

  • Towels

  • Pots and Pans

  • Hygiene Products (shampoo, deodorant, hand soap)

  • Laundry Detergent

  • Dish Soap

  • Sponges

  • Bunk Beds

Please contact Heidi Dove at 540-820-6511 to set up an appointment for drop off.

Thank you!

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We will welcome back Mike Lee for a concert on the lawn on Sunday, June 25th from 6-7pm. Mike is a musically gifted neighbor in Sunset Heights, who shared his talents with us last spring - including a kids’ dance party. All are welcome. Feel free to bring a picnic meal, or just bring a blanket and lawn chairs to enjoy the show. We’ll provide ice cream! 

Pentecost Penny Walkers

Every Wednesday during the season, beginning May 31 and ending August 30, the “Pentecost Penny Walkers” will meet at the church at 10am and explore different walks starting from the church. Some weeks there will be planned routes, and other weeks the group may be guided by the flip of a penny! Bring water, sunscreen, and walking shoes as we move into the neighborhoods.

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On Wednesdays when the weather isn’t conducive to walking, we will explore the city by bus! Have you ever ridden on Harrisonburg’s Transit System? Do you know where the bus that stops in front of Trinity runs? We’ll ride the bus and learn together! Those who want to participate can either meet at the church at 10am to carpool, or at the Rose’s parking lot/transit hub at 10:15am. We will plan to divide into two groups - one to ride Route 3, which stops in front of Trinity, and the other to ride Route 5. Route 5 is the bus line that runs to the future home of Open Doors (and what was, until recently the office for Shenandoah Presbytery). Riding that route, we’ll see what is accessible to our neighbors who will find shelter at Open Doors through that bus line.

We will have some bus passes available, but anyone with a JMU or BRCC student or faculty ID can bring that to ride for free. Rides are also free for HCPS students. Riders can also pay cash on the bus, if they choose. Unused bus passes will be donated to Open Doors at the end of the summer.

Guns to Gardens Event

Members of Trinity Presbyterian Church are partnering with Community Mennonite Church, Shalom Mennonite Church and Park View Mennonite Church in planning a Guns to Gardens event in our community. This is a program of Presbyterian Peace Fellowship in which unwanted firearms are surrendered, dismantled with a chop saw onsite and refashioned into garden tools or works of art. Thousands of guns across the nation have been surrendered and transformed at these events. There are many reasons why individuals and families may want to surrender a firearm. This project offers an alternative to the gun market and can facilitate healing for those traumatized by gun violence. Living into the hope for and commitment to a future where gun violence is no more, each firearm transformed is one less gun that can cause harm. As people of faith this is also a witness to the gospel of peace and a prayerful ritual honoring all those who have lost their lives to gun violence.

We are living in a nation traumatized by gun violence. Our own community is not exempt from this relentless trauma and grief. There are many other needed efforts and initiatives to turn the tides on gun violence. Guns to Gardens is only one act that gives us an opportunity to "lift up our voices" in the face of these overwhelming tragedies. 

Our ongoing collective participation as a faith community in sharing this vision and invitation to transform the weapons in our communities into instruments of peace will be vital to our effort and we invite each of you to help us in this important way going forward. We are extending the invitation to the church to engage in conversation with friends and neighbors about this project and to inquire if anyone would like to surrender a firearm to be transformed into a garden tool. 

The date for the event has not yet been determined. 

For questions please contact members of the Guns to Garden marks group including Roxana Atwood, Linda Bradley, Mary Lou McMillin, and Susie Phend among others.

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