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Come join us for a Soup, salad, and sandwich luncheon this coming Friday, 12:00 noon at Trinity.  Marion Poole, the outreach specialist for St John and Flagler Counties, will be the presenter.  Bring yourself, a guest, and enjoy the fellowship.  Mark your calendars!

Planning our future together!

You have been invited to take the HolyCow! Congregational  Assessment Tool, or C.A.T. as we like to call it.  Trinity Presbyterian Church needs your participation to discover where we stand now and what direction might be important in our future.

Please do not forward or share this email; it is not transferable.  We ask that all worshippers in your household complete their own survey.  Others in your household can go to the TPC website and complete their own C.A.T.

The assessment will take about 35 minutes and needs to be completed in one sitting.  If you have already completed the CAT assessment , thank you, if you have not…

When you are ready, click on this

 blue link and begin!

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TrinityPresPalm

 

 Many thanks, TPC Visioning Committee –

Pastor RonWatson, Ross Royce, Del Smith, Tracy Martin

Please contact any one of us if you have a question.

New name tags and racks

We survived the first Sunday rush for new name tags.  New supplies have been received to continue this process. We discovered a number of misspelled names, and received many more requests for new name tags.  The corrected tags have all been prepared and are on the old racks in alphabetical order (Top to bottom, left to right).  Each individual’s new name tags should be stored on the new name tag rack which corresponds with the service normally attended.  Each rack is identified with the time of the worship service, 8:15, 9:30, and 11:00.

After an adequate time has elapsed for worshippers to select and store their new name tags on the new racks, the remaining name tags will be removed from the old racks, and the old racks will be removed from the wall.  Name tags not picked up will be stored in alphabetical order in a box in the narthex.  Membership Committee

Assessment

Planning our future together!

You have been invited to take the HolyCow! Congregational  Assessment Tool, or C.A.T. as we like to call it.  Trinity Presbyterian Church needs your participation to discover where we stand now and what direction might be important in our future. Please do not forward or share this email; it is not transferable.  We ask that all worshippers in your household complete their own survey.  Others in your household can go to the TPC website and complete their own C.A.T. The assessment will take about 35 minutes and needs to be completed in one sitting.  If you have already completed the CAT assessment , thank you, if you have not… When you are ready, click on this blue link and begin!
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TrinityPresPalm
Many thanks, TPC Visioning Committee –  Pastor RonWatson, Ross Royce, Del Smith, Tracy Martin Please contact any one of us if you have a question.

Congregational Assessment

Planning our future together!

You have been invited to take the HolyCow! Congregational Assessment Tool, or C.A.T. as we like to call it. Trinity Presbyterian Church needs your participation to discover where we stand now and what direction might be important in our future. Please do not forward or share this email; it is not transferable. We do ask that all worshipers in your household complete their own survey. Others in your household can go to the TPC website and complete their own C.A.T. The assessment will take about 35 minutes and needs to be completed in one sitting. If you have already completed the CAT assessment , thank you, if you have not… When you are ready, click on this blue link and begin!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TrinityPresPalm

Many thanks, TPC Visioning Committee – Pastor RonWatson, Ross Royce, Del Smith, Tracy Martin Please contact any one of us if you have a question.

Name tag Sunday

NAME TAG SUNDAY, January 15, is the first Sunday on which new name tags are available.  499 new name tags have been printed and are in alphabetical order on the old name tag racks.  We suggest that all folks arrive early in order to locate your own name tag, select a new holder, and wear it to your Sunday morning activities.  Several folks will be available to help you find your name tag and select a holder of your choosing. When you leave each Sunday, please place your name tag on the rack that corresponds with the worship service you usually attend.  Rack #1 is on the left side of the narthex for the early service.  Rack #2 on the far right is for the contemporary service. Rack #3 is in the middle for the 11:00am service.  Each name tag rack revolves, and has four sides that are color coded so you can remember (?) where to find your name tag on subsequent Sundays.  Many thanks for your support and cooperation.  Membership Committee

New name tags??

Some of you have been asking when we will get new name tags.  The racks are being constructed and we hope to have them ready in January. All members on our rolls will have a new tag.  In addition, for everyone who worships with us, we would like you to have a tag, too.  Please call the office and let Karen Stickle or Jan Roberts know to have a tag made for you.  It will be good to be able to call all the folks we see on Sunday by name.

Advent sequential reading instructions

The Advent Devotionals in printed format works fine, day-by-day, page by page.  Unfortunately, the same booklet as published to the website follows a format that does not turn pages one at a time.  For this reason, for those of you who would like to read the online version page by page, follow the below instructions:

Read each page through November 30,

Then read alternate December pages (left and right) to the bottom of the online document,

Then read alternate December pages (left and right) from the bottom of the document back up to December 25.

Sorry about this inconvenience, but when dealing with computers our traditional habits simply don’t work very well.