CONTINUES ON WEDNESDAYS
through May 8, 2019
Whole Church Family Night (WCFN) is an opportunity for the Holy Trinity parish family to be more whole. You can meet people who attend a different weekend service, spend time with friends, and connect with God in the middle of the week. There will be a gentle 30-minute prayer service to help with the stress of life, a delicious meal, and opportunities to go deeper in your faith. And WCFN is for all ages… the “Whole Church Family” at Holy Trinity!
EVENING PRAYER SERVICE (5:30-6:00pm)
Meet us in the church for 30 minutes of calm in the middle of the week with music led by Justin Clermont.
TRINITY RINGERS BELL CHOIR REHEARSAL (5:00-6:00pm)
Holy Trinity’s hand bell choir enriches the worship at the 9:00am service. The rehearsal will be in the Lou West Music Room in Pearson Hall. For more information, contact Choir Director, Eloise Evans.
BUFFET DINNER (6:00-6:45pm)
Enjoy a delicious meal prepared by Chef Daniel Farr and fellowship with your church family. For the schedule of menus, check out the most recent Announcement Sheet/Newsletter. Reservations can be made by signing up at dinner each week for the next week's meal, or sign up in the Narthex, or RSVP online HERE.
FROLIC NURSERY CARE (6:15-7:45pm)
Little Steps for Big Faith! A program for our youngest children at Holy Trinity takes place during WCFN on Wednesdays during the school year. Much more than just childcare, this program is for those children 3 years and younger and takes place in the church nursery. They explore basic stories of the Bible in a fun, playful environment! For more information contact Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries, KC Crawley.
FAMILY CHOIR REHEARSAL (6:30-7:45pm)
The choir provides musical leadership in the 9:00am service. The rehearsal will be in the Lou West Music Room in Pearson Hall. Come and sing to the glory of God! For more information, contact Choir Director, Eloise Evans.
LIFTUP YOUNG LIVES (6:30-7:45pm)
LiftUp Young Lives is a program created by caring individuals at Holy Trinity that empowers teens and young adults who are either aging out of foster care or who are troubled/homeless. If you have any questions please e-mail Deacon Stacey Westphal or Lisa Soloway at .
TREASURE KIDS CLUB (6:30-7:45pm)
Treasure Kids Club (TKC) takes places as part of our Whole Church Family Night. TKC is our midweek program for children in VPK – 6th grade. TKC activities take place after dinner, from 6:30 - 7:45 pm, and include Bible study, games, crafts and music. TKC is a great opportunity to get your kids involved in a faith community where they can build and strengthen positive relationships with Christ and friends. Download/print the REGISTRATION FORM, and bring it or mail it to the Church:
Holy Trinity Church
Attn: KC Crawley
1830 S. Babcock Street
Melbourne, FL 32901
For more information contact Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries, KC Crawley.
YOUTH GROUP (6:30-7:45pm)
Middle and High School students are encouraged to bring their Bible and join us in Lewis Hall. In the new year, we will divide our time on Wednesdays, rotating between small group Bible Study and practicing using the Bible to answer life’s tough questions. After the discussion there will be games and fellowship. Youth Group meets in Lewis Hall. For more information e-mail Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries, KC Crawley.
HEALTH FORUMS on May 1 & 8, 2019 (6:45-7:45pm)
Health Ministry will offer mini-health forums at Whole Church Family Night on May 1 and May 8. The programs will cover the body, mind, and spirit. May 1 - The Body Is a Temple will feature how to make nutritious meals for the empty-nesters that don’t require a daily cleanup. After cooking for a family for years, cooking for only two often seems like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. May 8 - Mindgames will feature little brain teasers designed to keep our memory sharp, improve focus. While we accomplish these two goals, we’ll also have fun. BOTH SESSIONS will feature fun, easily performed exercises. One of the many benefits of regular exercise is the release of endorphins by the brain. When you exercise, your body releases chemicals called endorphins. These endorphins interact with the receptors in your brain that reduce your perception of pain. Endorphins also trigger a positive feeling in the body. So please join us! Questions? E-mail Parish Nurse, Carolyn Wilt.