Living the Way of Jesus
Sunday Services - 8:30 and 11:00 AM

Announcements

MATT BAIRD SUNDAY SCHOOL & WORSHIP (THIS SUNDAY, OCT. 21):
Matt Baird from the band Spoken will be joining us to help lead worship during our 11AM service this Sunday, October 15th.  Matt will also join us in the Family Life Center during the Sunday school hour to share about his heart for worship and lead us in a few songs from his worship album.  The “Growing Up” Sunday school class will be meeting in the FLC this week and will resume discussion on October 28th.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL (THIS SUNDAY, OCT. 21): Lucy Tooley & Dennis Larson will be leading a new Sunday school called “Life Lessons: The Gospel of John” by Max Lucado.  This group will be meeting in the second classroom off the FLC.

TECH AND FAMILY NIGHT (OCT. 21):
Hey Parents – Pastor Dave will be speaking at this event and YOU ARE INVITED. This event will be held at the Harrisburg United Methodist Church in the Fellowship Hall starting at 7:00pm. We would love to see you all there, and then continue the conversations started in the weeks to follow at a Parents Small Group study – 6 weeks on the book “Right Click” by Kara Powell. Join us!
SELF DEFENSE CLASS (OCT 23rd):
Join un-Defined, Inc & Fall Out Shelter Ministries on Tuesday, October 23rd for a professional self defense class open to the public! Physical self-defense is important; just as important is understanding how your body responds in a fearful or startling moment and how to overcome fear. This class will also address diffusing skills, stress inoculation, and emotional reaction management.  This class is recommended for ages 12 and up, due to some language/topics covered.  Kindly RSVP by calling (605)321-0077 or email info@undefinedyou.com.  http://www.falloutshelterministries.com/sd/

TRUNK OR TREAT (OCT. 31):
Trinity Baptist Church and another baptist church called “The Point” will be working together to serve the Garfield Community this coming Halloween.  From 6-7:30PM on October 31st we will team up for a night of Trunk or Treating in the parking lot of TBC.  Here is how you can be involved: (1) Sign-up to decorate the trunk of your vehicle.  Those who decorate their trunks will wear some type of costume themselves, and decorate their trunk to match the theme of their costume.  Checkout Pinterest if you need some ideas.  (Nothing scary, please.)  (2) Bring Candy.  We are trying to collect 25,000 pieces of candy and have already raised over half the amount.  (3) If you don’t want to dress up and decorate your trunk, you can also help be a candy runner, or serve in the kitchen.  There are lots of ways to help!  Pizza will be served from 5:00-5:45pm at TBC, so you don’t have to worry about grabbing food after work.

CHRISTIAN BOOKS, DVDs, CDs, FOR TRUNK OR TREAT (OCT. 31): 
We would love to have enough children’s books to give out one per child who attends. We NEED your generous help! Please donate a new or gently used book and place it in the box by the library. Thank you!  Please pray for this event.

All-Congregations Worship Service (NOV. 4): 
Trinity will be worshiping together with the Sudanese and Hispanic congregations.  Our Burundian brothers and sisters in Christ will be joining us that Sunday as well!

 

RECURRING WEEKLY SCHEDULE

SUNDAY SERVICE SCHEDULE
8:30am – Traditional Service
11:00am – Contemporary Service

SUNDAY SCHOOL
Children & youth meet downstairs
Adults meet in Family Life Center Classrooms
9:45—10:45am each Sunday

Children—Age 3 to Grade 4
Youth—Grade 5 to 12
Adult—See Options Below

  • Be Concerned – This class will be led by Lucy Tooley and Dennis Larson, and will focus on a book called “Be Concerned” by Warren Wiersbe, focusing on the minor prophets.
  • Growing Up: A Lifelong Journey – Various leaders will guide us in a time of reflection, conversation, and prayer  about the process of growing up into Christ.

WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE
Cook’s Break – 
5:15—6:15pm
Breakout Sessions – 6:15—7:45pm

  • Youth Group—meets downstairs
  • Kid’s Connection—begins in FLC
  • Prayer Group—One group meets in conference room at Trinity.  Another group meets at Trail Ridge.

 

PRAYER REQUESTS

 

Submit items for prayer and praise via e-mail (secretary@tbcsiouxfalls.org) or the back of the Connect Card.  Trinity Email items must be received by 10:00am Tuesday.  Bulletin items need to be received by 10:00am on Thursday.

Our Congregation:
· Jim Sievers has returned home and is doing well after having an ablation to help with his heart complications.
· Jill Classen with continuing health problems.
· Vi Schuler has been diagnosed with stomach cancer.
· Hermine Leslie is now at Luther Manor recuperating.

Friends and Family:
· Jeff and Judy Lewis’s friend, Carmen, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
· Pray for comfort and peace for the family and friends of Pastor Tim Baslaugh who passed away Sunday. Cards could be sent in care of Mountain View Baptist Church, 720 N. 12th Street, Spearfish, SD  57783.
· Jayme Nelson’s dad is doing well after he had been transferred to Sioux Falls for treatment.
· Pam Bender was diagnosed with a brain tumor.
· Micah Hagan received results from his scan which showed no evidence of cancer.
· Peggy Wahl’s former student, Dalia Johnson, has Stage 4 Adrenal Cancer. Pray for Dalia and her family.

Continue to Pray:
· Unable to Attend – At Home: Gail Hanson, Jan Berg, Gene Tooley;  Luther Manor: Ardice Powell.
· Rita Schumann asks for continued prayers as she has considerable pain since her surgery.
· Dennis Stene, grandson of John Stene – Army Chaplain deployed in Afghanistan.