Atwood Fest is July 29 and 30


Volunteers needed for Trinity-sponsored game booth in the Children’s Area

One of the best neighborhood festivals in the city is coming up soon and once again, the Trinity fishing hole and marshmallow putt-putt games will be in hot demand! We need people to help plan the booths, set everything up on Saturday the 29th, run the booths in four-hour shifts (more or less), and help take down on Sunday the 30th.

Please sign up to help on the forms in the Narthex. The money we raise goes to programming at the Wil-Mar Center.

Contact Kia Conrad with questions.

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A little effort for a big effect!

ink and phones

Pocket Change Ministry

July Collection – Printer Cartridges and Cell Phones

East High School counselors collect empty printer ink cartridges and old cell phones to redeem for cash that is used for scholarships. So bring in your used cartridges and old cell phones, leave them in the box in the Narthex, and help neighborhood kids with college expenses.

Coordinator for the Pocket Change collections is Kia Conrad.

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Art mural interviews

We want your input!


On Monday, July 10 from noon to 3 p.m., and Thursday, July 13 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., artist Jenie Gao from Dane Arts Mural Arts (DAMA) will interview congregation members for their stories and insights about our community in order to gather more information for the mural design. This will be a wonderful opportunity for you to meet the artist and learn more about the project. Interviews will be in the Library and will last about 15 minutes. Please sign up on the sheets in the Narthex.

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‘Seasons’ newsletter – July/August 2017



Trinity’s latest Seasons newsletter  has been sent to homes and email addresses. You can also download or read it online here: July & August, 2017 Seasons (PDF).

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Just Bakery at Trinity this Sunday!

July 2 is the first Sunday of the month, and you know what that means: Just Bakery will be here with their delicious baked goods for you to purchase!

Just Bakery is a 16 week educational and vocational training program of Madison Urban Ministry. The program works with individuals who are experiencing significant barriers to employment (homelessness, criminal conviction history, lack of education, and/or a lack of work history or skills) and who have an interest in baking or culinary arts as a career pathway. Purchasing goods produced in this program helps support the students and goals of this program.

Did you know? We have Just Bakery visit once a month, but you can order their products any time by visiting their online shop at


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