Sunday Schedule

9:00am - Christian Education, kids & adults
(Bible study and discussion)

10:15am - Worship Services
(2nd Sunday is Contemporary)

News

Getting to Know You: The Bowl Family

If you don’t know Patrick and Kristin Bowl, it isn’t due to their lack of involvement and enthusiasm for Trinity.  They have been in our pews for seven years, and during that time doubled the size of their family with the births of son Kieran, 5 and daughter Alexandra, 3. Kristin, a life-long Lutheran, chose…

Getting to Know You: The Rockwell Family

Beth and Chip Rockwell remember well their first Sunday at Trinity, approximately 25 years ago. Lifelong member Aileen Snyder leaned from her seat behind them in the pew and said, “You must be related to Joe Rockwell.” Turns out, Joe is Chips’ father whom Mrs. Snyder had taught with decades earlier. Later on in coffee…

Getting to Know You: Chris Bikle

 Josef (Chris) Bikle has been a parishioner here at Trinity since 1946!  He and his late wife, Nancy Jane Bast,  raised their two sons, Mark and Tom in our church.  Although currently a resident of the Village of Robinwood, Chris grew up in the Smithsburg area before settling in Boonsboro with Nancy. Chris spent his…

Getting to Know You: The Tribett Family

The Tribett Family, Darin, Karen, Jared, Nathan and Ryan, have been at Trinity most of their lives. Karen, daughter of Jean and John McCammon, began in the Sunday School Program at the age of 2 when her parents relocated to Boonsboro. Her fondest memories may be repeated as her sons are all active here. She…

Getting to Know You: Chuck and Melissa Schwalbe

Chuck and Melissa Schwalbe are newcomers to our congregation, settling in Boonsboro  in April 2009.  Boonsboro is the latest stop in a series of interesting places that career and life have taken them:   Crofton, Maryland; Cape Cod, Massachusetts; Madison, Wisconsin; State College, Pennsylvania and Savannah, Georgia.  They chose to retire here when Chuck retired from…

Getting to Know You: The Iager Family

Matt and Laura Iager enjoy their family!  Not just their children Noah and Brooke, but their extended family and church family as well. While Matt was attending St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Fulton, Maryland, Laura grew up in the pews, and when they married in 1998 Trinity became their church home. The Iagers do more…

Social Justice Night

YOUTH EVENT – NOV 3rd, 4:30.Trinity youth held a social justice night, sleeping out in cardboard boxes to get a sense of what its like to be homeless. Keith Rivers, of the Fredrick Rescue Mission spoke about being on the fringes of our society. Congregation members can support this incredible effort by donating tube socks…

Fundraiser

SUNDAY SCHOOL – We are raising money to support our Christian Education program. Stop by Subway in town Wed Oct 24 from 4-8PM. Take the voucher in the newsletter or your sale will not be recorded.

New Food Pantry Website!

The food pantry based at Trinity has launched a new website at southcountyfoodpantry.orgThis is a big step forward for the organization. The website will be a source of info for clients, as well as volunteers, for the pantry and Micah’s Backpack.Check it out!      

Getting to Know You: The Smith Family

Tom and Kristy Smith and their daughter, Laurin, came to Trinity during a church shopping period in 2001. They never left. Natives of Pennsylvania and New York respectively, the Smiths have lived in several cities thanks to Kristy’s previous job. These days, life is in Rohrersville. Tom works as a manufacturing engineer at Fairchild Controls in…