HTLC News, August 16, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This Sunday, August 18th is the 10th Sunday after Pentecost and Fill the Food Barrel Sunday.  I think that’s about it for this Sunday… oh, wait – LuWow!  Yes, it’s finally here this Sunday, so be sure to wear your most joyous Hawaiian-style clothing (I hope we can hear the piano over all the loud prints!).  After the service, there will be lots of entertainment, fun, food and drinks.  Speaking of drinks, we have cool new Holy Trinity glassware for your collection with Christian-themed tribal art on them (trust me – they are truly cool).  They ended up being a little more expensive to produce than previous glassware, so we are asking for a donation of $9 per glass ($10 if you want it filled).  That’s kind of the way it works at this event.  There’s no entrance fee or tickets, but you are asked to help defray the cost with a free-will offering for the food and suggested donations of $5 for drinks and $1 for sodas.  “But,” you say, “I don’t want to write a bunch of $5 checks!” (you lush!)  Then you will be glad to know we will be accepting credit/debit cards and the give+ phone app (look for luau) as well as cash and checks.  So many ways to give!

Next Sunday, August 25th, there will be an Education Meeting after the worship service for all 2019/20 teachers.  Time to get prepared, because just two weeks later it’s…

Rally/Ministry Fair/Blessing of Backpacks/God’s Work Our Hands Day!  On September 8th we have a lot to celebrate.  As usual on Rally Day we return to our two-service schedule of 8:45 am and 11 am with Sunday School between services at 10 am.  During both worship services we will have the Blessing of Backpacks and Briefcases, so remember to bring yours as well as your kids’ school/work-related accessories. It’s also God’s Work Our Hands weekend, so wear your GWOH shirts if you have them. At the Ministry Fair between the services, there will be booths to celebrate groups and ministries that everyone can be involved with. If you would like to host a booth, please notify Marta Wicke or Cheryl Hall. Booths are encouraged to have information about the ministry and ways members can get involved. There also may be activities or snacks at each booth. We believe this is a great way to bring our Community of Faith together. There is a place for everyone to serve Holy Trinity Lutheran Church doing God’s Work with Our Hands. Each person in this family of faith has 2 hands; think of how much we could accomplish with everyone working together!

But the day before all that happens, on Saturday September 7th, we will be having a Church Work Day (I’m still working on a new name for it – Church Enhancement Day? Church Zhuzh-Up? Parish Primp? [watch how you say that last one]).  Starting at 9 am, there will be plenty for all abilities to do to get our church ready for the fall season.  Come when you can, wear your work clothes, and bring any cleaning implements you feel we might need.  Any questions, ask John Williams (“John, what does zhuzh mean?”).

See you in church!  Aloha!

Keith

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HTLC News Email, August 09, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This Sunday, August 11th is the 9th Sunday after Pentecost and Scrip Sunday.  There will be a Worship Committee Meeting after the service at about 11:15 am, where we’ll be planning worship services through Christmas and beyond (even retail stores aren’t thinking about Epiphany merchandise at this point!).  Got ideas or something we should know about?  Drop on by.  We’ll probably be meeting until oh, let’s see… midnight.

Next Sunday, all heck breaks loose (it is church, after all) with our annual Lu-Wow!  Hawaiianish food, music, and hula dancers will be following the 10 am worship service (yes, there’s still a worship service).  Please sign up at the Media Table if you plan to attend the Lu-Wow so the Hospitality Committee can plan food amounts.  (just a moment while I switch to my Choir Director’s hat…)  Along with the Lu-Wow we also will be celebrating my 28 years as Choir Director.  Why the 28th year?  Because nobody knew how many years it was (including me) until I actually did the math!  Come by and watch as my face turns pink from the slightest bit of attention.  I hope I don’t have to make a speech, because POI oh POI, am I TARO-fied of public speaking!  (…now I’m putting my Parish Life Coordinator hat back on. [You should see it – it’s fabulous!])

After the Lu-Wow, you have a couple of weeks to recover so you will be all energetic for the Church Work Day on Saturday, September 7 (we’ve got to change that name – it sounds too much like work).  This is when we get the church all cleaned up and ready for the fall season.  It also coincides with God’s Work Our Hands weekend, so wear those school-bus-yellow t-shirts if you got ‘em!  Really, the camaraderie and productivity (and donuts – right, John?) make for a satisfying day.  Come when you can, but the festivities start at 9 am.  Any questions, ask Jon Williams (e.g. “John, is it okay if I bring pizza?”).

The next day, Sunday September 8, is Rally Day.  We will be returning to our two-service schedule of 8:45 am and 11 am worship services.  There will be a Ministry Fair with various tables where you can find out the many ways you can become more involved in your church and community.  Sunday School and Adult Forum will start up again between services (I’m not sure how they will be affected by the Ministry Fair – I’ll get back to you on that).  It’s still God’s Work Our Hands weekend, so wear that yellow shirt from the day before (be sure to wash it, unless you want more room around you in your pew [gives the word “pew” a whole other dimension!]).

Don’t forget to sign up at the Media Table if you would like to be a part of the Prayer Chain.  Prayer Chain people are notified by email (or phone if you don’t have email), of people who are in need of prayer, and pray for them.  It’s as easy as falling off a log! (except you pray instead of curse)  Even if you are already a part of this important ministry, please sign up so Donna and Briana have up-to-date information all in one place.

See you in church!

Keith

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HTLC News Email, August 02, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This Sunday, August 4th (yes, it’s already August) is the 8th Sunday after Pentecost and Nacho Name Tag Sunday.  I neglected to thank John Williams and Carmen Blair for giving the message the past two Sundays while Pastor Tim was away.  You did great!  (Not to say your position’s in danger, PT, but Carmen got applause! – might want to rethink that next vacation…)  By the way, no one has signed up for communion assistants or acolyte, and we’re short one usher.  Just sayin’.  There will be a Council Meeting after the service at about 11:15 am.  As always, anyone is welcome to attend.  But watch out, that’s how Meg ended up on Council (she still has that “what just happened” look).

Next Sunday there will be a Worship Committee Meeting after the service at about 11:15 am.  If you’ve ever wondered what the Worship Committee does, you’re welcome to attend, but the same caveat applies as in the last paragraph.

Our annual Hawaiian-inspired Lu-Wow is the following Sunday on August 18 at about 11 am.  It’s a great chance to come together to eat, drink and be MELE.  A sign-up sheet will be in the Narthex if you’re planning to attend (no need to for a potluck sign-up as I am told there will be a SURF-eit of food).  I’m honored that they’ve chosen this event to also recognize my years as Choir Director (I tried to PU-PU the idea, but they insisted).  My Parish Life Coordinator self is extremely envious of my Choir Director self!

On Saturday, September 7 starting at 9 am, we will be having a Church Work Day to get our campus all spiffed up for Rally Day and the fall season. Come whenever you can, wear your work duds, and be ready for a fun, productive time. Any questions, please see John Williams (as in “John, will there be donuts?”).

While we’re on the topic of maintenance, our Cause of the Month is the new Buildings and Grounds Improvement and Maintenance Fund.  Our Holy Trinity campus is beginning to show its age (58 years!) and parts of it are starting to deteriorate.  The Council has determined we should have a fund we can draw from to make improvements, do maintenance projects (some of which have been deferred for years), and in case of emergencies.  Part of making Holy Trinity a welcoming place is showing that it is loved and cared for!

On September 8 we have a lot to celebrate:  Rally Day, kickoff to Sunday School, the return to our two-service schedule, a Ministry Fair, and God’s Work Our Hands weekend.  Not only will we have extra snacks to celebrate Sunday School, we will also have a Ministry Fair to celebrate groups and ministries that everyone can be involved with. Signups for hosting a ministry/group table will be in the Narthex or notify Marta Wicke or Cheryl Hall.  Booths are encouraged to have information about the ministry and ways members can get involved.  There also may be activities or snacks at each booth. We believe this is a great way to bring our Community of Faith together. There is a place for everyone to serve Holy Trinity Lutheran Church doing God’s Work with Your Hands. Each person in this family of faith has 2 hands; think of how much we could accomplish with everyone working together!

See you in church!

Keith

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HTLC News Email, July 26, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This Sunday, July 28th, is the 7th Sunday after Pentecost and Luther Loose Change Sunday.

The memorial services for Chuck Pickering will be at 1:00 pm on Wednesday July 31st at the Siminoff Chapel at the Masonic Home on 34400 Mission Blvd, Union City. All are invited. A reception will follow.

Briana and Donna would like to update their Prayer Chain participant information (did anyone else hear “Briana, Donna, bo-bonna, bonana-fanna fo-fonna…”? – I thought not, but now it’s in your head!).  Here’s how the Prayer Chain works:  when Donna and Briana receive a request for prayers, they pass the information along by email (or phone) to the members of the Prayer Chain, who pray for the individual or concern.  If you are already a part or would like to be part of this important ministry, please sign up on the clipboard at the Media Table with your current contact information.  (If you’ve never heard of “The Name Game,” click here and be forever irritated.  You’re welcome!)

Our annual Hawaiian-themed Lu-Wow is coming up in a little over three weeks on August 18 at about 11 am.  Besides the usual HULA-baloo, we also will be celebrating our Choir Director Keith Hillesland’s many years of faithful service (he said modestly).  There’ll be luau-ish food, décor, music, and even hula dancers!  Be sure to wear your tiki-tackiest togs! (I said I was faithful, not tasteful)

Rally Day will be on September 8, and this year it’s a doozy.  Not only will it be the usual re-boot of the two-service schedule, Sunday School, and Adult Forum, but it’s also God’s Work Our Hands day, plus there will be a Ministry Fair! More details will be coming in future emails and inserts.

See you in church!  (church, church, bo-burch, bonana-fanna fo-furch, fee fi mo-murch, church!)

Keith

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HTLC News Email, July 19, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

Yes, I’m back (was that a collective groan I heard?).  Thanks to all who pitched in to clean the campus and to keep things going while Richard and I were away. 

Unfortunately, since I left on vacation three weeks ago, there have been two deaths related to our congregation which I have not been able to note in this email blast:

Beloved member Chuck Pickering passed away while in hospice.  A date for a memorial at HTLC is yet to be determined.  Please show your love and support to his wife Sharon at this difficult time. 

Many of us will remember long-time former member Pat Neu who passed away recently.  Cards may be mailed to the Neu family c/o Doug Neu at 1443 Ninth St. Alameda, CA 94501.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the San Joaquin Historical Society and Museum at 11793 Micke Grove Rd. Lodi, CA 95240. 

I’m sorry for the lateness of these notices.  Pastor Tim claims he couldn’t follow my instructions for sending out emails to the whole congregation (including the recent one about our current budget shortfall).  I think he just doesn’t want to be the bearer of bad news.

This Sunday, July 21st, is the 6th Sunday after Pentecost and Fill the Food Barrel Sunday.  It is also the first of our Favorite Hymn Sundays.  From now through Labor Day we will be featuring hymns and songs suggested by the congregation.  This year, we had enough Christmas song requests to make a “Christmas in July” service this Sunday!  How far you want to take this theme is up to you – Santa hats, light-up necklaces, and Christmas cookies are all very well, but remember the current temperatures before choosing to don that ugly Christmas sweater.  As usual, the hymn requestors’ names are listed below the hymn titles in the bulletin, but unfortunately there won’t be any snowballs with which to pelt them.

Save August 18 on your calendars for our annual Lu-Wow!  We’ll be having the usual after-service shenanigans of Hawaiian-inspired decorations, attire, food, drinks, music, and dancing. So get out your loudest Hawaiian-print shirts, tune up your ukuleles, and get ready for a Hono-LU-LU of a good time!

Here’s your new word of the day: Smishing.  Smishing is defined as a security attack where someone is trying to trick you into giving them your private information via a text or SMS message (similar to phishing). The members of some churches have been targeted with texts claiming to be from their church or pastor requesting gift cards, money or personal financial information. Do not respond in any way to these types of messages, do not click on any links or call any numbers contained in them, or forward them. Instead, report suspected messages to your cell phone service or complain online to the FTC at www.ftccomplainassistant.gov and delete the message from your phone.  If you get a text of this nature purporting to be from Holy Trinity, please let us know (would I smish you?).

See you in church, and season’s greetings (hey, that works all year!).

Keith

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HTLC News Email, June 21, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This email blast will have to last you for a while, as I will be on vacation from Thursday, June 27 through Friday, July 12.  You will be safe to read your email without threat of puns!  This also means there will be no regular office hours during that time, but Pastor Tim and others are around at various times, so just call to make sure someone is there to help you before you come on over.

This Sunday, June 23, is the 2nd Sunday after Pentecost, or more appropriately, Penny-cost since it’s Luther Loose Change Sunday.  Remember, every penny helps defray the cost of our Audio-Visual-Electrical upgrade, or as I call it, “AVE” (as in “Ave Maria, now I hear and see ya!”). 

Do you hear the approaching sounds of wild animals and children (often one and the same)?  That means Vacation Bible School starts in three days.  THREE DAYS!  Monday through Friday, June 24 through 28, 6 pm to 8 pm, our free safari-themed VBS called “ROAR!” takes over the entire Holy Trinity campus.  I’m sure Terri MacFarlane (tam1960@aol.com, 510-402-9161) will be appreciative of any and all help setting up for it and throughout the week.  She is especially looking for youth volunteers.  Flyers and registration forms are available on the Media Table, and downloadable registration forms are available by clicking here.  Get ready to hear all about what went on throughout the week on VBS Sunday, June 30.  I’m sure they’ll have some cutely-named meal after the service.

I got this lovely email from Bernie and Muriel Teague to everyone:

“Muriel and I wish to express our appreciation to the congregation of Holy Trinity Church for the sendoff you gave us on our last day at Holy Trinity. The potluck lunch was great and we send our thanks to Randy, Terri and all those who furnished the food and labor put into this sendoff. Thank you Keith, Leilani and the choir for the music performed for our exit. A special thanks to Pastor Tim for his friendship and leadership for the years at Holy Trinity. We will miss everyone and will try to keep in touch with you through email. – Bernie and Muriel Teague”

I think I can speak for us all:  We miss you, too!

The Giving Tree

Stewardship Spotlight: The Stewardship Spotlight is going to take a short break while the author (Erik) and HTLC Parish Life Coordinator enjoy time away during the summer.  Don’t worry, it will return with plenty of new jokes at PT’s expense.  Please use this time to observe and appreciate all of the Stewardship that you see going on in the community and at HTLC. All of these actions do make a difference and help us be beautiful Christians. Stewardship forms are still available in the narthex if you have not completed one yet and would like to be included.

Hymn Request Forms will be available on the Media Table until the end of the month for the Favorite Hymn Sundays starting in mid-July.  Just fill it out and put it in Carmen’s box.  Having trouble picking a hymn or praise song?  The book which the Hymn Selection Committee uses to help them pick hymns keeps recommending “Come, Ye Disconsolate” (ELW #607).  Maybe they get royalties from it.

See you in church! (this Sunday, at least)

Keith

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HTLC News Email, June 14, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This Sunday, June 16, is not only Fill the Food Barrel Sunday, but it is also Holy Trinity Sunday, when we celebrate the mysterious three-in-one nature of our triune God.  It is a tradition with some churches to recite the Athanasian Creed on this Sunday, which attempts to describe the Trinity in painful detail, but we won’t, because we want to have time for the Father’s Day Barbecue!  Yes, at about 11 am after the service we will be pigging out (or cowing out, depending upon your preference) in honor of those who are dads or are dadesque.  I hear Randy and Terri will have competing coleslaws in a head-to-head contest! (Get it? Coleslaw – cabbage – head-to-head?).  By the way, if you really want to read the Athanasian Creed for yourself, click here – but my advice is to take a couple of Excedrin first.

Break with tradition and actually read the insert this Sunday – it contains a list of our graduates!  Be sure to congratulate them when you see them.  We are all so proud!

The Giving Tree

Stewardship Spotlight: The summer heat will not slow down the Stewardship Spotlight as it continues to recognize all of the incredible gifts shared in the community and at HTLC.  This week we would like to recognize Donna Lee for everything that she does.  Donna has played a main role for many years in connecting all of our friends/family with HTLC by getting the word out on events in these peoples’ lives so they could be included in our HTLC Prayer Chain.  Within our HTLC community, she enjoys hosting weekday bible study, being a part of Altar Guild, being a communion assistant, making contributions to the food barrel, and embroidering baptismal cloths.  Thank you Donna for all that you do!

Vacation Bible School is looming!  It starts June 24th.  Registration forms are on the Media Table and downloadable online at our website (holytrinityfremont.org) or by clicking here.  Be sure to tell your friends with kids and take some flyers from the Media Table to distribute and post as well. Terri MacFarlane (tam1960@aol.com, 510-402-9161) is looking for volunteers (especially youth) to help make sure everyone has a roaring good time!

Hymn Request Forms are still available on the Media Table for the Favorite Hymn Sundays starting mid-July. Don’t let the summer go by without that old chestnut “Savior, Sprinkle Many Nations” (SBH #312)!

See you in church!

Keith

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HTLC News Email, June 07, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This Sunday, June 09, is Pentecost Sunday.  Considered the birthday of the church, it’s when the Holy Spirit comes upon the apostles in a rush of wind and tongues of fire, and they can suddenly speak in different languages to the crowds.  The choir’s Sermon in Song begins in Swahili, so we’ll be speaking in tongues as well!  The prophet Joel also tells of blood, fire, smoky mist, the sun turning to darkness and the moon to blood, but we’ll just stick to our phony bowl of fire for imagery (no smoky mist!).  It’s also traditional to WEAR RED on this day, so don your ruby robes, vermillion vestments, crimson crinolines, carmine cummerbunds, and cherry chasubles.  If you don’t, it will be a cardinal sin!  It’s also Scrip Sunday, the last day to turn in your graduate recognition forms, and there will be a Council Meeting after the service – hopefully with no blood and fire and smoky mist (unless they are having a barbecue!).

Speaking of barbecues, all are invited to the Daytimers’ Barbecue on Tuesday, June 11, at 11:30 am.  This is their annual end-of-the-year potluck bash before Bible Study and Daytimers take a summer vacation.  Sneak out for an extra-long lunch to be there – God will forgive you (though your boss may not).

And still speaking of barbecues, next Sunday, June 16, we will be having our Father’s Day Barbecue after the worship service.  Hospitality is taking care of food, so there are no sign-ups – just concentrate on eating.  It’s more fun than the traditional cleaning-of-the-garage for Father’s Day (or was that just traditional with my father?).

Stewardship Spotlight: This week the Stewardship Spotlight would once again like to recognize one of the newer members in our community who has been a valuable community member, but is now also sharing her gifts with HTLC.  Besides always being in a great mood, Sharon Chu is keeping herself busy by participating in visits & performances at Senior Centers in Fremont, Union City, and San Leandro, and prepares lunches at Fremont Abode.  Additionally, she has given some personal time to those close to her with meal delivery and visits to those in need of a smile.  At HTLC she jumped into our holiday season by supporting our holiday giving causes that included the collected coats.  Well done, Sharon!

Hymn Request Forms will be available again this Sunday for the Favorite Hymn Sundays coming up later this summer. Now’s your chance to sing “Alas! And Did My Savior Bleed” (LBW 98)!

Just a little over two weeks (June 24 – June 28) until this year’s Vacation Bible School -“Roar! Life is wild-God is good,”  Registration forms are on the Media Table and downloadable online at our website (holytrinityfremont.org) or by clicking here.  Terri MacFarlane (tam1960@aol.com, 510-402-9161) is looking for adult and youth volunteers to help herd the wild animals (bring your own whip and chair [I’m kidding – just the whip will do.{kidding again! (I just love nested parenthetical remarks.)}]). 

See you in church! (Wear red!)

Keith

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HTLC News Email, May 31, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This Sunday, June 02, is the 7th Sunday of Easter and Nacho Name Tag Sunday.  Our summer schedule has begun, so remember that the single worship service will be at 10 am.  We will return to our two-service schedule on September 08, which is Rally Day when Sunday School and Adult Forum start up again (I’m sure all the teachers are counting the days!).

Next Sunday, June 09, is Pentecost Sunday.  It is traditional to wear red on this “birthday of the church,” when the Holy Spirit came upon the apostles as wind and tongues of flame.  So start digging in your closets and drawers for your flamiest red apparel to wear next week while you listen to the Choir’s Sermon-in-Song.  That’s right, the choir is wresting the sermon slot away from Pastor Tim (it was awfully easy to do) and will be singing a short program of songs on the theme “Children of God.”  The flaming bowl will be artificial again this year, obviating the need for having the fire department on speed dial, and reducing the amount of smoke-induced coughing during the sermon.

All are invited to the Daytimers’ Barbecue on Tuesday, June 11, at 10:30 am.  This is their annual end-of-the-year potluck bash before Bible Study and Daytimers take a summer vacation.  Who will feed me on third Tuesdays now?

Stewardship Spotlight: The Stewardship Spotlight is going to go to one of the lesser known members of our community, as he is a gentleman that likes to stay in the background, but perhaps you already know who John Williams is.  The man I affectionately call the Godfather of HTLC not because he makes an offer somebody can’t refuse but because of the care, time, and concern he gives the campus and all of us.  I think he was modest on his stewardship form but it shows yardwork, choir, lay liturgist, adult forum, delivers the message when PT is away, and usher.  In his spare time he also delivers the food collected in the HTLC food barrel to LOV.  Many thanks John.  (I would also like to add that he orders and grinds the coffee beans, which fuel these caffeine-induced emails – bless you, John!)

The ever-popular Favorite Hymn Sundays are returning later this summer, and the Hymn Selection Committee is starting to take suggestions now. Been itching to sing “Christians, to the Paschal Victim” (LBW 137)?  Just fill out a hymn request form, available in your bulletin or on the Media Table in the narthex, and place it in the offering tray or Carmen’s box.  Please limit yourself to one or two hymns or Praise Band songs, list any verses which you particularly like, and be sure to put your name on it – unsigned forms will not be used (so we know who to blame credit).

Just a little over three weeks until this year’s Vacation Bible School,“Roar!”  (was that Terri’s scream I heard just now?)  Be sure you let Terri MacFarlane know you can help, and ease her anxiety (tam1960@aol.com, 510-402-9161).  It runs from June 24 through June 28, 6 pm to 8 pm.  Registration forms for your kids are available on the Media Table and downloadable online at our website (holytrinityfremont.org) or by clicking here.

See you in church!

Keith

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HTLC News Email, May 24, 2019

Hi, Everyone:

This Sunday, May 26, is the 6th Sunday of Easter and Lutheran Loose Change Sunday.  It’s also the first day of our single-service summer schedule, so we will be having ONE WORSHIP SERVICE AT 10 AM!!!  (all caps, bold, and underlined with three exclamation points – the email equivalent of me yelling right in your ear)  So if you accidently come at 8:45 am, you can start making coffee and be first in line for donuts.  If you accidently come at 11 am, you can be first in line for the farewell Memorial Day Weekend BBQ Luncheon in Honor of Bernie and Muriel Teague (official potluck sign-up sheet title).  The Teagues didn’t want a big fuss, so it’s a potluck with hot dogs and hamburgers provided by Hospitality.  Bernard Teague and Mrs. Bernard Teague, as they are known in the Parish Record (apparently Muriel got her own first name later), are listed on the first day as members 52 and 53 – but only because they went alphabetically.  They will always be number one with us!

The church office will be closed on Monday in observance of Memorial Day, at least officially (I may be there anyway because I’m just not that observant).

The Giving Tree

Stewardship Spotlight: This week the Stewardship Spotlight would like to recognize all of the people who filled out an anonymous stewardship form. There is no wrong way to fill out the form and many valid reasons some people choose not to include a name. That doesn’t mean the gifts that they share with HTLC and the surrounding community shouldn’t be celebrated in print! At HTLC these include lector, communion assistant, choir, Praise Band, sending cards to members and friends unable to attend service, church work days, Spaghetti Feed, Sunday School, Oktoberfest, and VBS. In the surrounding community they are working with special needs youth, helping a food bank, school volunteer, supporting Fremont PD, and assisting at Fremont Discovery Shop. Wow that is a lot. Thank you to all of you for all that you do.

Vacation Bible School is coming up sooner than you think:  June 24 through June 28, 6 pm to 8 pm.  This year it’s a safari theme called “Roar!”  Terri MacFarlane says she needs youth and adult volunteers, and she ain’t lion!  Please let her know if you can help (tam1960@aol.com, 510-402-9161).  Registration forms for your kids are available on the Media Table and downloadable online at our website (holytrinityfremont.org) or by clicking here.

See you in church – AT 10 AM!!!

Keith

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