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January 2018

Soup Lunch for Soup Kitchen

January 21 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Help support the Portage la Prairie Soup Kitchen in purchasing a new commercial stove.  Join us for soup after worship and make a contribution to the soup kitchen.

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February 2018

Women’s Breakfast

February 3 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am

Join us for an informal gathering at Tornado's Restaurant in the meeting room (turn right as you come in).  We will offer some sort of short reflection (poem, story, bible reading, etc.) and a possible discussion question.  Most of the time will be given for conversation with other Trinity women about whatever is happening in our lives at this time.  Don't miss this chance to meet up with interesting women.  All women are welcome.  Feel free to bring a friend.

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Annual Meeting

February 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Trinity's Annual Meeting will follow worship on Sunday, February 4.  This year we are inviting some of our children to help us remember the events of 2017.  Don't miss the chance to find out what they have to share.  Other items for consideration will include our Investment strategy and the 2018 budget.  Join us as we celebrate and plan for the life and work of this congregation.  Lunch will be served by the UCW between worship and the meeting.

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Pancake Breakfast

February 11 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Stay after worship to prepare for Lent with a Pancake Breakfast hosted by this month's house group.  Admission is by donation and everyone is encouraged to join us.

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Soup for the Soup Kitchen

Join us after worship on Sunday, January 21 for a soup lunch in support of the Portage la Prairie Soup Kitchen.

Trinity’s Annual Meeting

Join us after worship on Sunday, February 4 to celebrate where we have been in 2017 and to prepare together for new adventures in 2018

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