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Twentieth Anniversary Celebration

All past, present and future participants in the life of Trinity Fellowship are invited to join us on Saturday, November 17th for a combined ‘Thanksgiving-in-the-park’ and 20th anniversary celebration.

Trinity had its first public worship service on November 2nd, 1992, and we haven’t missed a week since! (And that includes the Sunday after Hurricane Ike when we met in the damaged sanctuary.) We want to give thanks, celebrate and remember what God has done through these twenty years of ministry to His people and the community. Here’s the plan for the day:

2:00 p.m. – We will meet at Old City Park in Friendswood (see map below) for our now-traditional Thanksgiving Picnic in the park. The Women’s Ministry will be organizing the food for a traditional thanksgiving dinner, and we’ll have fellowship and games, but we’ll save dessert for later.

A 1994 Church Picnic – recognize anyone? (click for a larger version)

4:30 p.m. – We’ll return to the church and have the official 20th anniversary celebration. this will include:

Worship – we’ll do some oldies and some newies and some Thanksgivingies

Visual History – we’ll have a slide show and tell some stories about the things God has done at Trinity over the years. If you have images from any stage of Trinity’s history that you are willing to share, please e-mail them to Bob DeGray.

Spoken History – we’ll have a number of testimonies from people who have participated in Trinity, sharing things God has done and how these have impacted their lives. If you would like to share about any aspect of God’s work, whether ancient or recent, we would love to have you do so. You can contact Iva or Bob DeGray to get on a list, or just jump up during the Testimony time.

The Future – the elders will share where we’re at on the Building Renewal campaign and other initiatives designed to help us do God’s will for years to come.

Dessert – at the end of the evening we’ll share the thanksgiving deserts and fellowship.

We expect to be done around 7:00 p.m.