News and Events
Talk: Join Pastor Horner for a beer (or other
beverage) and good conversation around the topic of
“miracle birth?” at the Appalachian Brewing Company,
3721 Market St, Camp Hill, on Thursday, December 4,
at 8:30 pm.
Thanksgiving Dinner is one part of Trinity's
Celebration of Thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving dinner
will be held on Sunday, November 23, at 6:00 pm in
Fellowship Hall. Tickets will be on sale in the
Gathering Space on November 2, 9, and 16. Tickets
are $7 for adults and $4 for children under 12.
There are also other important ways for you to
support the Celebration: 1) Please volunteer to get
involved! Sign up to do your part when you buy your
ticket; 2) We will once again be delivering meals
for shut-ins on November 23. You can send a meal to
someone in need with your $5 donation when you buy
your ticket; and donate your coupons/vouchers for
free turkeys when you buy your ticket. These free
turkeys will help offset Trinity's expenses or will
be donated to those in need; and 3) Bring
non-perishable food items when you come to dinner.
The food will be shared with New Hope Ministries.
calendars now for
these special services.
November 26, 7:00 pm - Nave
Wednesdays, December 3, 10, 17
7:00 am -- Fellowship Hall
Followed by a light breakfast
Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24
2:00 pm – Holy Communion, Candlelighting –
4:00 pm – “A Night Like No Other” – Children’s
Choirs – Nave
7:00 pm – Holy Communion, Candlelighting –
8:30 pm – Holy Communion, Candlelighting –
11:00 pm – Lessons and Carols – Nave
Christmas Day, Thursday, December 25
10:00 am – Nave
Advent Services: The Great O Antiphons
During the holy season of Advent, as we prepare for the
coming of Christ, join us for worship on Wednesday mornings.
These midweek services will be held December 3, 10 and 17 at
7:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall.
When we talk of Advent, the haunting melody of this
great hymn comes to mind: “O come, O come, Emmanuel…” Its
several verses reference the “Great O Antiphons”—brief texts
that were composed perhaps as early as the 7th or 8th
centuries and used in Advent worship in Western Christian
traditions. Each antiphon is another name for Jesus Christ
found in scripture (Wisdom, Adonai, Root of Jesse, Key of
David, Dayspring, King of Nations, Emmanuel). The verses all
begin with the exclamation "O" and end with a plea for the
Messiah to come.
Our Midweek Advent Services will offer time for
reflection and prayer on these meditative texts, and Holy
Communion will be served. You are invited to remain in
Fellowship Hall following worship to enjoy a light