Tuesday October 11 we begin our new formation series on the Psalms. For centuries the psalter has been the primary source for music, prayer, and worship in Christian communities because whether you are joyful, angry, mourning, or somewhere in between, you can find a psalm written in that same spirit. Our approach will be based in scholarship, but also steeping spirituality.
Join us at 9:30a at the Create Cafe (Main Street) for a cup of joe and a good conversation.
Let’s support our community, get a little exercise, and enjoy the great autumn weather together by participating in the Chamber’s Family Ride and Poker Run on the Red Bank Valley rail trail. Bring your bicycle to church on Sunday October 9- and wear your cycling cloths- and we’ll head from our parking area straight to the rail trail after worship. Be sure to register and pay in advance by clicking here.
Mark your calendars: Blues and Brew is October 15th, 6-9p at the Create Cafe on Main Street. This year there will also be a chili cook off! We are looking for entries for the chili (bring in a crockpot) contest and home brew contest; bring your brew or chili to the Cafe around 5:30p on the 15th. But if that’s not you, mark your calendars and come for a fun evening of bands, brews, and chili tasting! Tickets are $15 in advance; $20 at the door.
October 22 we will be working on the new Habitat for Humanity house is DuBois. We will meet at Holy Trinity’s building around 8:30a and work at the site until around 12:30p. Wear clothes that are warm and also able to get messy. Bring work gloves if possible.
As part of Brookville’s Halloween weekend, we will be showing the 1925 silent version of the Phantom of the Opera, accompanied on the organ by Nathan Mohney and Kathy Mohney. The show will being at 7p; it is free, but there will be a tip jar for our musicians. Also available will be a variety of tasty treats.
October 30 will be an acoustic worship Sunday, and we will celebrate All Saints’ Day on November 6.