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Welcome to Trinity Wesleyan Church
- Sunday, March 26, Boy Scout Sunday and
- Blood Drive from 11am to 4pm. Mississippi Blood Services bus will be in the TWC parking lot.
- Sunday, April 2, Maddie’s Bridal Shower 12:15pm
- Saturday, April 8, Fund raiser for Randell Matthews – More info below.
- Sunday, April 9, Palm Sunday and Movie Night
- Tuesday, April 11, Human Trafficking Awareness Meeting 6:30pm – More info below.
- Easter Sunday, April 16, 7:00am Sunrise Service, 8:00 Breakfast 10:30 Worship Service, 11:30 Easter Egg Hunt
- Friday & Saturday April 21 &22 Swinging Bridge Festival
If you have craft items or rummage sale items, you’ll want to consider obtaining a booth space at TWC to sell your merchandise. Details are:
Where: Grounds of TWC
Booth Size: 12 X 12
Booth Charge: $30.00 (goes to support the Children’s Ministry)
Other: You will need a tent. There is no electricity.
To obtain a booth space, please click the “Contact Us” tab and let us know how many booth spaces you need. Spaces are limited so please contact us soon.
A fund raiser will be held for Mr. Matthews who is battling terminal cancer for over 18 months. The goal is to raise $2,500 which will be used to pay off his mortgage. Any funds over that will be used for medical and other expenses as his wife quit her job to care for him full time.
Let’s all join in this community effort to raise this amount and give much needed financial relief to him and his family.
See you on April 8! If you are interested in helping wash cars, purchase spaghetti plates or otherwise donate, please go to the “Contact Us” page and let us know.
On Tuesday, March 14 The Trinity GALS are proud to have Jay-Tee Leggett from Center for Pregnancy Choices speak to our group. She will share info about their organization and the different ministries they are involved with to make a difference in the lives of mothers and children. You will NOT want to miss this hearing what God is doing in the lives of others through CPC.
Yesterday I witnessed a beautiful act of kindness. There was a man giving free haircuts to the homeless in Smith Park, downtown Jackson. I was told this man is there cutting hair every weekend and some week days. What a wonderful example of someone using their God-given ability to bless others. He was truly being the hands and feet of Christ! Something we should all strive to be.
“In everything I showed you that by working hard in this manner you must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He Himself said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.'” Acts 20:35
How will you be a blessing to others this week? This month? Next month? Let’s all be representatives of the love of Christ.