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.
An updated version of the directory is available online. Print copies will be available for purchase ($5.00 donation) today for those who have not yet received a 2014 directory.
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.
Don’t miss this coming Saturday’s work-day at
Trinity Presbyterian Church.
Saturday, April 12, 8:30 – 12:00am
Bring your favorite tools, and
make the old church smile!
Refreshments will be served.
Ash Wednesday Pancake Supper
On Wednesday, March 5, at 5:00 p.m. in Mehaffey Hall, there will be a pancake supper to benefit the Camp Montgomery Summer Camperships for Trinity youth. Come and enjoy pancakes and fellowship “before” and/or “after” the Ash Wednesday Services. Services will be Traditional at 4:30 PM and Contemporary at 6:00 PM.
Rodriguez will also be at Trinity for all three services on Sunday, February 16.