Trinity’s Holiday Fair: Prepare

The Holiday Fair is Coming!!!!
One Day Only – Friday, November 7
8:30am – 4:00pm

We Need Everyone’s Help!

1) DONATIONS-

Jewelry pieces you no longer use. Especially 14K Gold & Platinum items are valuable, even broken or unused settings, and earring backs. We sort carefully!! All fine pieces are sold and funds go back to the Church. We need the jewelry soon, so it can be processed!!

High-end accessories. These are cleaned and will be sold in our Accessories Boutique. Clear out your scarves, purses, belts, and hats you don’t wear and are in “LIKE NEW” condition.

Clothing that is CLEAN, new or barely worn. We love BRAND NEW things with tags on!!

Handmade craft items.

Books, DVDs, CDs, and puzzles & games if all pieces are included.

Resalable items in your closets, garages, & kitchens which you do not use.

TIME TO DECLUTTER!

2) VOLUNTEERS-

Please contact us if you can help Friday, November 7th. If you can’t work a booth, maybe you can help set up, or sort through merchandise. Call Sandy Boland, 445-5724.
3) SHOPPERS-

Every member of the church is invited to come out and support the Fair. Come have lunch. Invite a neighbor and a friend. It is a wonderful day of fellowship, fun, and you might find a “Treasure”!

Trinity’s programs in christian education

The new school year is about to begin at Trinity. Most programs will begin Sunday, September 14, which includes Children’s Church for most ages. Youth programs will begin in October. Please study our many opportunities by clicking on the following link, and join us in the program of your choice:  http://trinitypresbyterianchurchpalmcoast.us/

TRINITY RECEIVES VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION AWARD

On April 1st, Del and Jeanette Smith attended a Volunteer Appreciation Event hosted by the City of Palm Coast during a City Council Meeting.  Trinity Presbyterian Church was recognized for participating since 2008 in the City’s Adopt-a-Road Program.

 

A team from Trinity meets on a Saturday morning every two months to remove litter along Palm Coast Parkway between Frontier Drive and Cottonwood Court.  You may have seen the signs the city erected at each end of that section acknowledging Trinity’s participation.

 

Over the last six years several people have no longer been able to participate, so the team is looking for a few new members.  If you would be interested in joining us, just contact Ross Royce (586-7660) or Paul Eckstein (451-0386) and we’ll add you to the team.  The City (Bill Butler) provides gloves and safety vests.

Rev. Ron on radio

Rev. Watson appeared on WNZF radio April 5.  His interview can be seen through Friday April 11 by clicking on the internet connections as follows:

Go to www://WNZF.com

Click on “show archive”

Click on “Chamber Chat 4/5”

His interview follows a lady talking about golf course membership.

Check it out.