Altar Guild Appreciation Dinner - March 13, 2018
Dinner was held on Tuesday, March 13, as a tribute to Trinity's Heritage of over 100 years of service to our Lord and Savior. Honorary guests who are now serving our Lord "in person" were represented by photographs displayed on each table. The oldest members of the altar guild were honored at the dinner as VIP's. Front row (left to right): Janice Fleming, Doris Phipps, Marie Anna Lindeman, Yvonne Triesch, (standing) Jo Wicker, Medora Beckmann, Laura Nieman, and Ruby Duecker. These women have faithfully served without reservation for well over 50 years.
Other guests are members of the altar guild, members of Trinity, and prospective members of Trinity and the altar guild. Starting on the second row, standing (from left to right) are Connie Russell, Arlene Hamlin, Sophie Johnson, Sherri Wicker, Sharon Cox, Connie Cox, and Claudia Smith. Third row: Barb Geistfeld, Barb Eubank, Sandy Mann, Sheri Riley, Leta Garcia, Jan Gass, Bonnie Palmer, Lydia Bledsoe, Coryne Tom, Angie Daniels and Karen Wagner. Forth Row: Lynda Baumgartner, Judy Brewer, Lacy Lukich, Amy Rust, and Tami Bigler. Not pictured (because she's holding the camera) Karen Steiger.
A delicious meal was prepared by Bonnie Palmer, president of the Altar Guild. Bonnie also went over some changes in the past year to procedures for setting up the altar and answered any questions from members. If you are interested in joining the Altar Guild, please contact Bonnie at 210-705-2811.
Veteran's Day Recognition -- Nov. 12th, 2017
Thank you to all our veterans who shared their photos, memoriabilia, and uniforms on Sunday, November 12 in Honor of Veterans Day!
Pictured left wearing their uniforms: Joe Garcia, Jerry Gass, Hal Switzer, Paul Gosnell and Wayne Gosnell.
At worship that Sunday we had special patriotic music and prayers for all those who served or currently serve our nation.
Thank you all for your service!
Operation Christmas Child (OCC) Box-Packing Party held on Sunday, Nov. 12th
Our church participated in Operation Christmas Child again this year. Members of the congregation saved shoeboxes, large
medicine bottles, and other items to make kits to include in gifts packed in shoeboxes to children across the world who will receive the
gifts in the name of Jesus. (Carolyn Welton (shown at left) has gifts boxes literally "stacked to the ceiling.")
Our church sent 131 of these “Gospel Gifts.” Thanks to everyone who gave money, saved shoeboxes, wrapped shoeboxes, went shopping, made items, packed boxes, made fishing kits, and helped out with this ministry. There are year-round opportunities to participate in this ministry, in ways large and small. Keep your eyes open for monthly announcements about how to participate in Operation Christmas Child in the coming year.
Please keep the children who will receive these gifts and the churches who will distribute them in your prayers. If you would like information what you can do during this Christmas season to contribute to this ministry, please contact Amy Jeanne Welton
at 830-868-7163 or firstname.lastname@example.org.”
(Left) Sherri & Jo Wicker help with packing the Christmas boxes on Sunday, November 12.
(Right) Jerry Gass assembling fishing kits from donated prescription bottles and assorted fishing tackle.
Women's Retreat -- Sept. 8-10, 2017
Christian Men of Blanco (CMOB) News
Adult Sunday School "Rolls With the Punches"
Wow! When it was decided to have the rummage sale one more Saturday, the Adult Sunday school just rolled with the punches.
Sharon Wolbrecht's class is pictured holding class around all the antique dining furniture. Patrick Welton's class moved to the old kitchen because their normal area had become a huge toy display.
Thanks to everyone who fielded the programming and location curveballs on Sunday, May 21st.
Leta Garcia Installed As Worship Council Chairperson Jan 29th
Operation Christmas Child - Box Packing Party Held on Sunday, Oct. 30th
On Oct. 30th Trinity hosted the Operation Christmas Child Box-Packing Party. With everyone’s help over 200 gift boxes were assembled, prayed over, and passed on for shipment overseas!
Many thanks to the Welton’s for organizing and sponsoring the OCC project and to all the donations made by members and friends to purchase supplies, wrap boxes, sort supplies, and pack boxes at Trinity.
|Many Trinity members, including Martin & Kayla Wersal's & grand-daughter, loading the boxes.
||Hal Switzer, Jim Clifton & Martin Wersal preparing items for the boxes.
||Yvonne Skeen, Matha Gosnell and Katie Skeen sorting items for the boxes.
LIGHT NITE 2016
Trinity members supported Light Nite to provide a safe celebration of Halloween.
|Fireman Stetson and Cowboy Creed.
||Gene & Lorrie Patillo with their grand-daughter, Marley.
||(L to R) Martha Gosnell, Amy Jeanne Welton, Seamus Welton, Sandy Litchfield & Caroline Welton entertained the little ones with a duck pond, spider egg toss, goldfish toss and
lots of smiles and CANDY.
Trinity Hosted the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center for a Blood Drive on July 17th.
Fifteen (15) people donated the gift of life-saving blood—a record number for Trinity!! The STBTC was in a critical need for blood as the busy summertime always needs extra donors. THANK YOU!!
Photos From April 2016
|'God's Not Dead 2' Movie Trip: Stella, Amy, Jeanne, Seamus, Caroline, Hal, Sandy, Ron, Ruby, Tami, Talon, Bonnie, Marcie
||Trinity's Keep Blanco Beautiful Trash Off Team: Ron, Talon, Lacy, Layla, Paul, Sandy, Tami, Olivia and Dayna (taking the picture!)
Photos from Winter Texan Appreciation Potluck on March 20th
|Connie & John Laird
||Dee Taylor & Frank Cross
||Jane & Randy Lewis
|Mike & Pat Drexel
||Sherry & Pat Hanson
Winter Texans Not Pictured:
Gary & Diane Fowler, Roger & Carla Wilson, Lee Forner
"Risen" Road Trip - Feb. 21st, 2016
Twenty-five adults and teens went to see the movie "Risen" on Sunday, February 21, in San Marcos. Sponsored by the Trinity Tribe Youth. Our next movie field trip will be on Sunday, April 3, to see "God's Not Dead 2."