Family Challenge and Movie Night
We're having a party!
Sunday, November 1, at 6:00 p.m.
Come in a group-themed costume, ready to decorate your family's section of our field to coordinate with your theme, and bring a themed snack for your family to enjoy while watching It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown in our outdoor theater. (In case of rain we will be ready to move inside to the fellowship hall.)
Mark your calendar and start dreaming up some creative ideas!
A Tom's Ice Cream gift card will be awarded to one lucky group!
Operation Christmas Child
The Verla Moore Service Club is beginning the Operation Christmas Child drive to send shoeboxes filled with needed items for children.
This year we have two options for you:
1) stop by the CT welcome center to pick up an empty box to fill and return, or
Let's make this a record year with collections!
You may contact Lisa Cooper, 740-607-0356, or Janet James, 740-452-4420, with any questions.
Thursday Evening Book Study
Central Trinity has a rich tradition of making beautiful music an important part of worship. So many of you, in choirs or congregations, have played an important role of using singing to enhance our worship experiences. This fall we will be taking a break from singing but have an opportunity to take part in a book study. We will take eight weeks to read and discuss the book Sing! How Worship Transforms Your Life, Family and Church by Keith and Kristyn Getty.
The book study continues through the month of October, you are still welcome to join. Study sessions may take place outdoors during good weather and indoor sessions will take place on ZOOM. Please let Ann Sims know if you would like a book to participate. Central Trinity Music Ministry will provide the books.
Angel Wings Prayer Shawl Ministry
Mondays, 5–7 p.m., in room #104. All are welcome for stitching, praying, and fellowship. Face coverings are required and we will practice social distancing. We will not meet if the indicator level is 3 or red; the indicator level is updated Thursday afternoon.
Aluminum Can Recycling
Help us make our world a little greener. The Missions Outreach Committee is collecting all aluminum cans. A collection receptacle is located in the back hallway by the men’s restroom. All money collected from the aluminum can recycling will go into the Emergency Fund which is available to aid church families who find themselves in difficult financial situations. It could be used to buy medicine, pay a utility bill, or assist in making a rent or mortgage payment.