Music Studio recitals



In May we will host two piano recital events:


May 25th Kim Naylor Piano Party


May 26th Marian Kaser Piano Recital

Saturday May 18th

8:00 am - 12:00 pm

More than the usual Rummage Sale!@

There will be outside vendors.

"It's a One-Stop Shop"

    

Come shop to support our

Village Children's Center

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                           Bright sunday

                                 Sunday, April 28 10:00 a.m.


Many American churches are resurrecting an old Easter custom begun by Greek Christians --- "Bright Sunday" or "Holy Humor Sunday" celebrations on the Sunday after Easter. For centuries in all Christian faith traditions, the week following Easter Sunday was observed by the faithful as "days of joy and laughter" with parties and picnics to celebrate Jesus' resurrection. 


                 This year Bright Sunday will be magic!

                     On April 28, Pastor G will present

"Mystery or Mastery

- a Sermon in Magic"



Food Box Ministries Potluck



All Food Box Ministries Team volunteers

past, present, and even future!

are invited to a potluck in the Fellowship Hall

on Thursday, April 25th at 11:30 a.m.



Reconciling Ministries Sunday


Sunday, May 5


Jim Wagner Preaching


In light of the outcome of the recent Special General Conference in February, it is important that Trinity United Methodist Church continues to proclaim the message that the Jesus welcomes everyone to the family of God.

Lent and easter


Many of the upcoming events in April revolve around Lent and Easter.


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Click here for Easter Events


Scroll down for other April events.

HOLY WEEK services

  • Bright SUNDAY

    SUNDAY, APRIL 8th @ 10am

    Many American churches are resurrecting an old Easter custom begun by the early Greek Christians --- "Bright Sunday" or "Holy Humor Sunday" celebrations on the Sunday after Easter. For centuries in all Christian faith traditions, the week following Easter Sunday was observed by the faithful as "days of joy and laughter" with parties and picnics to celebrate Jesus' resurrection. 

  • GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE

    FRIDAY, MARCH 30TH @ 7:30PM

    The source of our term for the Friday before Easter, "Good Friday," is not clear.  It may be a corruption of the English phrase "God's Friday," according to Professor Laurence Hull Stookey in Calendar: Christ's Time for the Church (p. 96). It is the common name for the day among English and Dutch speaking people. It is a day that proclaims God's purpose of loving and redeeming the world through the cross of our Lord, Jesus Christ. It is a day that is good because God was drawing the world to God's self in Christ.


    As seen in John's gospel, particularly, God was in control. God was not making the best of a bad situation, but was working out God's intention for the world — winning salvation for all people. We call it "good" because we look backward at the crucifixion through the lens of Easter!

  • MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICE

    THURSDAY, MARCH 29TH @ 7PM

    Our Maunday Thursday Service will be a combined service with Saint Benedict Episcopal Church.  St Benedict Episcopal Church is located at 2220 Snowy Egret Ln, Los Osos, CA 93402


    Maundy Thursday is an alternate name for Holy Thursday, the first of the three days of solemn remembrance of the events leading up to and immediately following the crucifixion of Jesus. The English word "Maundy" comes from the Latin mandatum, which means "commandment." As recorded in John's gospel, on his last night before his betrayal and arrest, Jesus washed the feet of his disciples and then gave them a new commandment to love one another as he had loved them (John 13:34). This is why services on this night generally include the washing of feet or other acts of physical care as an integral part of the celebration.

  • PALM SUNDAY SERVICE

    SUNDAY, MARCH 25TH @ 10AM

    The Sunday immediately preceding Easter Sunday. Palm Sunday commemorates the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and begins the series of observances focusing on the events of Holy Week. This Sunday is also often referred to as Passion Sunday, marking the beginning of the passion, or suffering, of Jesus leading to and including the crucifixion.