UPCOMING EVENTS

American Red Cross BLOOD DRIVE

Friday, December 9 (2:00 - 7:00 p.m.)
TUMC partners with American Red Cross to host community blood drive!  Held in our Fellowship Hall at the North end of the church.  Schedule to donate at redcrossblood.org!
For more information or to volunteer, contact the church office at 330-682-1806 or office@orrvilletrinity.com
      THE Red Cross IS FACING A NATIONAL BLOOD CRISIS!
FUTURE BLOOD DRIVE DATES:
Thursday, January 12 (1 pm – 6 pm)
Friday, February 10 (2 pm – 7 pm)
Thursday, March 9 (1 pm – 6 pm)
Friday, April 14 (2 pm – 6 pm)

ADVENT STUDY

Beginning Sunday, November 27, Pastor David will offer an adult Sunday School class for Adults based on the Amy-Jill Levine's "Light of the World." The class is video-based and will meet in the Choir Room at 10:15 a.m.

Weekly Topics
Nov. 27: The Meaning of Memory
Dec. 4: The Promise of Potential
Dec. 11: The Journey of Joy
Dec. 18: The Gifts of the Gentiles

ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION

Caregiver's Support Group
Meetings will resume in-person in April.  Located at Trinity UMC in the Library at 1:00 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month.  Call 330-682-1806 or e-mail office@orrvilletrinity.com for more information!








christmas eve candlelight service

In-Person Candlelight Services in the Sanctuary
This Christmas Eve, Trinity UMC in Orrville will offer a Lessons and Carols style candlelight service at 7:30 p.m. The candlelight service will feature familiar Christmas music from our organist and choir, as well as a variety of special music and congregational singing.  We will share the biblical Christmas story, many familiar Christmas carols, and the lighting of candles as we sing "Silent Night" together. We hope you will make plans to attend if you are able!

CHILI COOKOFF & CAROLING


Mark Your Calendars for an Evening of Fun!  December 11th starting at 5 p.m.

Schedule of Events:

5:00 pm. Chili Cook-off Dinner at the Church
6:00 pm. Christmas Caroling around town & Shut-Ins
7:30 pm. Hot Cocoa and Cookies at the Church

CLICK HERE to sign up!


blue christmas/longest night service

Wednesday, December 21, 2022
7:00-7:30 p.m.
Courtyard area (outside of Sanctuary) near Crown Hill Road
Please dress for the weather
For those who have experienced loss, the holidays can be a particularly painful time, stirring up grief in acute ways. As a result, churches around the world have adopted the practice of having a “Blue Christmas” or a “Longest Night” service during the Advent season. A Longest Night service is designed to provide space for prayer, reflection, and remembrance amidst the holiday hustle and bustle.