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6/24 Ushers:   Alice and Ray Screws, Martha Moore and Terry O’Brian

6/24 Children’s Sunday School:   Nette Curtis and Mimi Tarvin

6/24 Youth Sunday School:   Jared Brown

6/24 FRED Talk Leader:   Alan Diekman:  Religious Faith and Science, Part 2

6/24 Acolytes:   Loren and Cullen Cruse

6/24 Liturgist:   Susan Brown

6/24 Children’s Sermon:   Shari Coote

6/24 Guest Minister:   Shari Coote

6/24 Worship Care:   Cindy Burchfield

June's Elder of the Month:   Angela Smiley

Wednesday, June 20

10:00 am   Women @ The Table Bible study group meets in Room 6

7:00 pm   Choir Rehearsal in the Choir Room


Friday, June 22

9:00 am   Trinity’s office closed today


Sunday, June 24

9:15 am   Children’s Summer Fun class in Room 4

9:15 am   Youth Sunday School class in Room 7

9:15 am   FRED Talk with Alan Diekman in the Fellowship Hall

10:00 am   Choir Rehearsal in the Choir Room

10:30 am   Celebration of Worship – Shari Coote preaching

5:30 pm   TNT Youth Group meets in the Fellowship Hall


Wednesday, June 27

10:00 am   Women @ The Table Bible study group meets in Room 6

7:00 pm   Sanctuary Choir rehearsal in the Choir Room

SUMMER SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH:  During the summer FRED Talks, the following classes for children and youth will take place from 9:15-10:15am:

Children 3 years through 5th grade will meet with Nette Curtis for Children’s Summer Fun in Room 4.

Youth 6th through 12th grade will meet with Jared Brown in the Youth Room, Room 7.

SUMMER FRED TALKS:  Similar to the well-known TED Talks, Trinity’s FRED Talks offer a wide variety of topics that will help open our eyes and hearts to God, God’s creation, and God’s children.  Faith, Religion, Education, and Discussion, FRED Talks may range from Christian theological and Biblical discussions to other religions to the needs in our community and our world.  But the talks’ focus and discussions always help us with our faithful response to issues and people as followers of Christ.  The talks take place in Trinity’s Gearing Hall on Sunday mornings from 9:15 to 10:15am with refreshments and fellowship time beginning at 9:00am. Upcoming FRED Talks are:

6/24    Alan Diekman:  “When Worldviews Collide:  Religious Faith and Science, Part 2”  How do we respond when our religious faith/worldview is challenged by new information?  Over two sessions we will consider our response as Christians when science and scripture are seemingly in contradiction.  Multiple scientific theories will be discussed, with the major focus on the theory of evolution and the Biblical creation stories.  Alan Diekman is a member at Second Presbyterian, a Presbyterian Elder, and Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Urology at UAMS.  Don’t worry if you missed the first session, Alan will catch everyone up. 

7/01    Summer break, no FRED Talk or other Sunday School classes

7/08    Nick Brown:  “Religious Faith in a Scientific Age – Creation: Chance or Choice?”  Raised in a devout Christian home, Nick Brown’s faith was challenged as his education in physics, math and engineering proceeded during his college years.  Hear how he personally rationalized the conflict between faith and science and, just maybe, have your own beliefs challenged as he argues both sides.  Nick Brown is a member of Trinity and is CEO of Southwest Power Pool.

7/15    Nancy Rorex:  “I Don’t Mind Dying, I Just Don’t Want to Be There When it Happens”   What do we think about death?  How do we say goodbye?  How does our faith lead us?  How do we support each other?  When is it time to smile again?  Nancy Rorex is the Pediatric Chaplain at Arkansas Hospice and a member of Trinity.

IN WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY, JUNE 24:  Liturgist Susan Brown will assist in leading worship.  Guest Minister Shari Coote will give God’s Word for Children.  The Sanctuary Choir will present John Purifoy’s arrangement of Bob Kilpatrick’s Lord, Be Glorified.  Guest Minister Shari Coote will preach “Just Browsing” drawn from James 1:22-25.  We will sing the hymns Womb of Life and Source of Being; O Jesus, I Have Promised; and To God Be the Glory.

FAMILY POOL PARTY ON SUNDAY, JUNE 24 HAS BEEN CANCELED:  With so many in our church family unable to attend, we’ve decided to cancel the Family Pool Party originally scheduled for Sunday afternoon at the Sublette family’s home.  We’ll let you know if it is rescheduled.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!  June 24-30 birthdays at Trinity:  Greg Phillips, Bob Raff, Susan Calhoon, Cullen Cruse, Bobbie Smith, Ben Gatewood.  If your birthday is missing from this list, contact Trinity’s office at or 501-868-5848.

STEWPOT CLOTHING CLOSET NEEDS:  The Clothing Closet at Stewpot is running very short of some men’s items.  Specifically needed are men’s shoes, men’s short athletic socks (new), and men’s shorts in smaller sizes like 30, 32 & 34.  To help answer this call, we are launching a “Soles for Souls” campaign.  Please bring your gently-used men’s athletic shoes to church with you and just drop them off in the bin in the Narthex.  They will be put to good use!  Men’s shorts and packages of men’s new athletic socks may also be dropped off in the Narthex.  Direct questions to Elder Julianne Sublette at 501-786-3272.

W@TT (WOMEN @ THE TABLE) women’s group is enjoying a Bible study through the alphabet each Wednesday from 10:00-11:00am in Room 6.  Come prepared to discuss and share things that are related to our weekly topics listed below.  Questions?  Call Nancy Howell at 501-519-3281.

          June 27        I is for Ignorance and Isolation

          July 4           Holiday—no meeting

          July 11          J is for Joy and Judging

          July 18          K is for Knowledge and Kindness

          July 25          L is for Love and Lust

LADIES’ BUNKO NIGHT ON JUNE 28:  Women of Trinity, our next monthly Bunko Night is Thursday, June 28 at 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall.  Bring your favorite appetizer and beverage, plus a wrapped $3-$5 gift of any kind, and come play!  Don’t worry if you’ve never played Bunko—the game rules will be explained.  Speak to Susie Haynes at 501-351-6284 for more information.

WOMEN @ THE TABLE (W@TT) JULY FIELD TRIP:  On Wednesday, July 11, W@TT will be exploring Joy and Judging during our morning study.  Afterward, for our monthly field trip, we’ll be heading to the Arkansas Arts Center to view the 60th Annual Delta Exhibition and have lunch.  All women of Trinity and their friends are invited to join us for our monthly field trips regardless of study participation!  We’ll carpool to the Arts Center from Trinity at 11am.  Please let either Susie Haynes (351-6284) or Nancy Howell (519-3281) know if you’ll attend.

CHILDREN’S MISSION AND FUN NIGHT ON JULY 15 at the church from 5:30-7:30.  We will have dinner, play games, and pack kits for the people at Stewpot.  Direct questions to Angela Smiley at 501-247-6470.  We’re collecting the following supplies for the kits:

Small tubes of toothpaste

Individually-wrapped or travel toothbrushes

Wrapped bars of soap

Small bottles of shampoo

Safety razors


Small bottles of hand cream

Individually-wrapped candy bars

Packets of peanut butter & crackers

Packets of cookies

TRINITY AT THE TRAVELERS ON JULY 19:  Join the Trinity Presbyterian Church family for some food, fellowship, and fun as we cheer on the Arkansas Travelers baseball team at Dickey-Stephens Park on Thursday, July 19.  Bring a friend and your appetite because the gates and buffet open at 6:10pm with all-you-can-eat hamburgers, hot dogs, beans, chips, and drinks until 8 o’clock while the game begins at 7:10.  New this year, we have reserved the Tracks Inn Picnic Area located just behind the right-field wall and overlooking the bullpens!  Children 3 and under get in FREE!  The cost is a bargain at $5 for youth (ages 4-17) and only $15 for adults which includes the buffet, game ticket, and Pavilion use!  Reserve your spot in the lineup by signing up on the poster in the Narthex or calling the church office A.S.A.P.  Mail or drop off your payment to the church office to complete your registration.  Call the church office at 868-5848 with any questions.

CHILDREN’S EVENING AT FERNCLIFF CAMP will be Thursday, August 9 from 5:15-8:00.  We will meet at the church at 5:15 for dinner.  We will then load up and head to Ferncliff for games and activities.  We will arrive back at the church by 8:00.  Direct questions to Angela Smiley at 501-247-6470.