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During these uncertain times, we wanted to let you know that our Church is open. We are excited about the unique ministry opportunities this challenging time will bring. As people all over the world adjust to a new normal for a time, so does our church here at Trinity and the big C church around the world. With that in mind, this will give you all the information you need to do the same.
In this uncertain time Trinity is continuing to work to grow the Faith of people in the Michiana community and beyond, be a support to Families, and to bring the hope of an eternal Future, but also a Future beyond this time and current circumstance. The time for another shift in our worship life has come.
Our outdoor service was such a been a blessing last summer we are bringing it back.
We all have an opportunity to serve one another by following the guidelines that have been laid out for a safe and healthy environment for all of us to worship in. We understand there are several voices out there with different feelings and opinions on guidelines like these, please note we are doing our best to make everyone feel comfortable about returning to worship.
When & where
Finally, these guidelines are fluid and will be updated periodically based on the situation and data that is presented. Those who wish to continue to wear them are certainly welcome to do so. We have removed the ropes from our pews and do not require social distancing. Please feel free to spread out if it makes you more comfortable.
All attendees must use hand sanitizer upon arriving, as well as before and after using the restroom. You are free to use the restroom at anytime as long as appropriate social distancing can be followed.
If the restroom is full, please wait outside and maintain social distancing. Be eternal to always consult your physician if you dating you are sick. One of the larger issues surrounding the spread of the virus is the spread of anxiety, fear, and misinformation. To help combat these feelings, we encourage you to stay informed but not overloaded. Here are a few tips to help with that:. Below are two links to sources that have credible information about the outbreak. You can also follow them on Elkhart social media platforms, or -up for newsletters.
Continue or begin your online giving to support the ministry at Trinity. Consider setting up re-occurring giving as a simple and consistent way to give your gift. There are two options for giving from your phone. You can download the tithe. During these uncertain times, we have an opportunity to share the calming presence of Jesus with others in our community.
We have compiled a list of opportunities to serve that we are currently aware of. If you can assist, please take a minute to fill out the form so we can quickly connect you to the area of need you would like to serve in. We are committed to putting people first as we all deal with these uncertain times together. If you are in need of prayer or assistance please take a second to fill out this brief contact form and let us know how we can help.
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Want to stay up to date on all that is happening at Trinity? First Name. Last Name. Our Covid — Coronavirus Strategy People First As people all over the world adjust to a new normal for a time, so does our church here at Trinity and the big C church around the world. Faith, Family, Future.
In-Person Worship Next Steps. Bring a chair with you. We will add Monday evenings at 6pm. Wednesday at 11am and Saturday at 4pm remain the same. In-Person Worship Guidelines. Social Distancing We have removed the ropes from our pews and do not require social distancing.
Hand Hygiene All attendees must use hand sanitizer upon arriving, as well as before and after using the restroom.
Bathroom Usage You are free to use the restroom at anytime as long as appropriate social distancing can be followed. Learn What you can do. In General Stay Vigilant — As things begin to open up we do encourage you to return to church, but to remember to use all proper precautions when out and about. Stay Positive — In uncertain times it is easy to let worry, anxiety, and fear take over our minds and hearts. If you are feeling this way reach out to the church, a friend, or family member for support.
Support One Another — During this time of isolation, connections are extremely important. Make a point to contact someone outside your house regularly, whether it is a text, a call, a video, a DM, or a handwritten letter, and see how they are doing, catch-up, share about what is happening in your life. Stay connected to Jesus — This a wonderful opportunity to deepen your faith. We have several digital opportunities listed above, but if you need further support let us know. Need Help?
Let us know. Common symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Stay home except to get medical care, people who are mildly ill with COVID are able to recover with monitoring of their symptoms. Stay in touch with your doctor, and call ahead before an office visit.
Isolate yourself in your home, away from members of your family.
If possible use a separate bathroom from other members of your household. Call ahead before visiting your doctor Wear a facemask if you are sick or caring for some who is ill and cannot wear one.
Avoid sharing personal household items. To Educate yourself One of the larger issues surrounding the spread of the virus is the spread of anxiety, fear, and misinformation.
Here are a few tips to help with that: The headline is not the whole story, carefully read the article to get the full picture. Consider the source, check the web address or who published the article, is this a source you can trust? Find one or two sources you can trust and stick to those outlets for all your updates. The Center for Disease Control. Indiana Department of Health. Support Our Ministry. Online Giving Continue or begin your online giving to support the ministry at Trinity. Online Giving.
Traditional Giving You can simply send in an envelope with your gift to the church at: Trinity Lutheran Church C. Looking to Help? Help in our Community. In need of Prayer or Assistance? Prayers or Assistance. Our Newsletter Want to stay up to date on all that is happening at Trinity?