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May 17, 2015 Bulletin Announcements

SHARING

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The red roses today are in celebration of the birth of a son, Ian Anderson Fann, to Neal and Julie Fann on May 13th; and the birth of a daughter, Sally Clover Cash, to Brian and Maria Cash on May 14th. To God be the glory!

Prayer Concerns: Members:  Rosa Beavers, Anne Kern Carpenter, Kathy Cates, John Cleaveland, Don Fortini, Nancy Fortini, Emily Maness, Tracey Roberson, Chris Rosati, Billie Sessoms, and Alicia Williams. Friends and Relatives: Brenda Copeland (friend of the congregation), and Martha Noel (mother of Walker Noel).

In the wake of the devastating earthquakes in Nepal, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is joining the international community in mobilizing resources and raising support. If you would like to make a contribution, please make checks payable to Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church with ‘disaster relief’ in the memo line. Funds will be sent to the front line of our denomination’s relief efforts, and out of chaos, your gift will bring hope.

Special offering for the month of May is 2015 Mother’s Day/Father’s Day Offering. Donations support The Benevolence Fund of the Presbyterian Retirement Homes – Glenaire in Cary; Scotia Village in Laurinburg; River Landing in Colfax. Checks should be made to TAPC with “Mother’s Day offering” in the memo line.

Y-TAP: Today is our spring youth and family hike! We’ll gather in or outside the narthex after the 11am service before departing, led by Bert Wolf. Youth should bring a packed lunch, water, and hiking garb. Siblings and parents are welcome!

The Presbyterian Women Coordination Team will meet today at 10:00am in the Trinity Classroom

Please join Primetimers for our Annual Picnic at Forest Hills Park on May 21st. We will welcome Carl Badger who will enlighten us about Traditional Fiddle music. We will learn about its background, how it differs from Bluegrass music and how he became involved with this traditional music of the south. We will also welcome Reverend Steve Brown, Carl’s bandmate in the Bluegrass band “Muletown”. Reverend Brown is the pastor of the Eden Baptist Church. The festivities will begin at 11:00 followed by lunch, which will be provided by the wonderful Lisa Drummond. Please reserve your space by calling the church office or by signing the Friendship Pad.

SERVING

Information for Counters

Our next Ministry Team Meeting is scheduled for June 3rd. Gather for dinner at 6pm and for the work of the congregation teams at 7pm.

The 2nd Annual Tea Party Given in memory of Marian Wright will be held on Saturday, June 6 from 10:30am until 12:00pm at Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church. Tickets are $25.00. Proceeds will go to Durham Urban Ministries. Tickets will be on sale every Sunday in May after both services. See Mary Gunderson, Lloydette Hoof, Nancy Carstens or Susan Ross to buy your ticket. Flyers are available on the ministry table in the Porter narthex.

Vacation Church School registration forms are available on the ministry table in the narthex and outside of Tommy’s office. VCS is a weeklong morning camp June 15th-19th for kids age four through twelfth grade at Camp New Hope in Chapel Hill, put on by TAPC and other Presbyterian churches. It’s a blast! Contact Tommy (tgrimm@trinityave.org) for more information. (Parents and adults, please consider signing up to volunteer. We need your help! Childcare is available.)

Thank you to all who have responded to renew your covenant commitment to the family of faith at Trinity Avenue through your 2015 pledge.  Thank you for responding to God’s grace with your commitment of faith!  Please contact Tina Petrillo (tpetrillo@trinityave.org) with questions or to make a gift.

Attention: If you enter the church and the alarm goes off, please call 1-800-438-4171 immediately! If you have questions, contact Len Stockburger at 919-471-4073.

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