Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

September 13, 2020

Bible Text: Matthew 18:21-35 |

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Upcoming Events

Monday: Deacons meeting @ 6:30 pm. Council meeting @ 7:00 pm.

Wednesday, 7:00 pm: Hebrews Bible Study (onsite and via Zoom)

Sunday, 7:30 am: “Behold His Glory” on KNOX 1310/107.9.

Sunday, 9:30 am: Sunday School for Preschool through adult.

Sunday, 10:30 am: Divine Worship (onsite and live stream). Special offering for AFLC Schools. Congregational meeting following worship.


Sunday School: PreK – 5th grade will meet in the Fellowship Hall for opening exercises and classes. 6th – 12th grade will meet in the high school room. Adults will meet in the sanctuary. For safety purposes, we ask that 2nd – 12th grades wear masks. Teachers and students will practice social distancing, proper hygiene, and disinfecting during class. Questions? Concerns? Contact a member of the Christian Ed Board: Frieda Larson, Alicia Antal, or Jennifer Dryburgh.

Holy Communion is available by appointment. Contact Pastor Antal to schedule an appointment for you or your family.

If you are aware of anyone who does not have internet access and would like a CD or DVD of our worship services, please contact Pastor Antal.

If you are in need of assistance during this time, or if you know of any members of Trinity who are, please contact Pastor Antal or one of the deacons. This is an important time to take care of our own.

You may check out a hymnal (or hymnals) from the church to use during this time. Simply sign your name on the sheet and the number of hymnals borrowed.

4 thoughts on “Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

  1. Good Morning! Enjoyed the addition of the verses of the Bible during the readings. Hope everyone is well!

  2. The reading from Matthew had me thinking of asking forgiveness, and how that relates to repentance and faith.
    I also was thinking about repaying a debt, and how Zacchaeus the tax collector vowed to Jesus to restore 4 fold to anyone whom he had defrauded, and to give half his goods to the poor.

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