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WOMEN'S MINISTRY IN OCTOBER

Notes from the August 25th Gathering…

A big THANK YOU to all the ladies who attended our “Keep Cool and Plan for Fall” Gathering on August 25!

After a potluck lunch of delicious, cool salads, we learned more about Stephen Ministry from Cindy Hawkins, who recently returned from leadership training with Claudia Smith.

Arlene Hamlin and Martha Gosnell encouraged service teams to coordinate lunch meals for the volunteers working at the Good Samaritan renovation project. If you or your Service Team is interested in working together to provide lunch for 10-15 volunteers,
click here:  takethemameal.com to check for open dates and sign up.

Cindy Hawkins was asked by Amy Jeanne Welton to remind the ladies about Operation Christmas Child (OCC). This on-going service opportunity will continue through to our Box-Packing Party on November 17th.

Ashley Finch shared future youth events they are working on, including
       1) Good Samaritan Fall Food Drive;
       2) Community Garage Sale & Youth Fundraiser on Oct. 19th here at Trinity’s parking lot; and
       3) an Angel Tree for Blanco Elementary School children.
Ashley is working with the youth to coordinate these projects and more information will be available soon.

Lacy Lukich answered questions about the upcoming Women’s Retreat on September 6-8, and with no other input from attendees, the gathering ended at 1:30pm.

Ladies at the Women’s Retreat in early September worked on several OCC projects that weekend, For more information, click here , (submitted by Amy Jeanne Welton!)

The next opportunity for Trinity Lutheran Church Women (TLCW) to meet will be Sunday, October 20th following the second worship service in the fellowship hall. Lunch will be provided as we gather for ministry planning. Upcoming events to plan for this fall include the Operation Christmas Child Box-Packing Party on Nov. 17th, Community Thankgiving Service and Dinner at Trinity, our annual Christmas Gifts to Trinity’s “Over 80’s” and homebound members, as well as any ministry opportunities YOU suggest. Don’t miss it!