Today's church news for you
June 5: Our Task Force for Reopening is hard at work. We are having our first Drive-In Service on June 14 at 10 a.m. Please see the June newsletter (posted in the menu under this area) for all the information you'll need. In the meantime please continue to visit the home page of site as you join us for worship each week. Our services will remain online, even when we are back together.
March 22: Services and gatherings inside the church building and parsonage are suspended indefinitely, following the lead of the Marshall schools. Please use all the resources we are making available on this web site to stay connected. Worship videos and bulletins are now being posted on the Virtual Worship page, and sermon texts may be read on our Sermons page. Like us on Facebook (or search for us if you think you've missed posts) to find links to all that's going on. Join our "Woven Together" discussion group there. As this situation is likely to stretch on for awhile, we may choose to conduct Holy Week and Easter services online on the actual dates instead of postponing them for a couple of months as we originally had thought. Please use this time to become familiar with all the technology available to us, if you haven't already.
The Pastor's Coffee Hour will continue to take place via Zoom, on Mondays and Thursdays at 12 noon. You must first download Zoom (it's free!) and then let Pastor Raabe know you'd like to participate so she can send you the invitation to join the meeting.
At this time we ask three things of our members:
Please let us know if you are ill or must go to the hospital for any reason. You may call the church office, 608-655-4246, or notify Pastor Raabe directly at 614-214-2639.
If you use offering envelopes, we earnestly ask that you continue your regular patterns of giving. For now those must be mailed to us at PO Box 52, Marshall 53559. If we devise a method of drop-off we'll let you know. Or go to our Give page and sign up for electronic giving. Your gifts will be recorded just as they are via envelopes.
Please call if you are running low on groceries or any vital items, or if you need prescriptions picked up. We will do our best to gather those and drop them off at your front door.
Below please find the series of Holy Trinity news releases that have been emailed to members who have shared their addresses with us. If you are not receiving these and would like to, please notify Pastor Raabe.