The people that make up our community
The compassion that is shown to all
The outreach efforts made
The beautiful worship services and all that goes into them
These are the things that we love about Trinity. And I would be willing to bet that most of you could share stories, funny or sad or uplifting stories, about how the people of this community have impacted your lives.
I was asked to talk about the responses to the post cards received throughout this year’s stewardship campaign. In reading the responses, I first considered what Stewardship means. Webster’s says it is the conducting, supervising, or managing of something especially: the careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one’s care.
Not only has this physical space been entrusted to us but this community and the larger community as well, have been entrusted to us to care for and manage.
Your dreams for Trinity reflect good Stewardship and a living out of our Baptismal vows.
Continuation of the Soup Kitchen
A new ecology ministry
A holy garden with roses
Active involvement in interfaith events and activities
More families with young children leading to a renewal of
Christian Ed programming
Increased volunteer participation in all areas of ministry
I share these dreams with all of you and I know that together we can make them a reality.
What part will each of us play in realizing our dreams?
This reflection was offered on November 10th and 11th by Christine Martocchio