TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Parkland Neighborhood • Tacoma, WA

SUNDAY WORSHIP WITH HOLY COMMUNION Weekly at 10:00 AM

View livestream online or on your smart TV at Trinity’s YouTube Channel, search for Trinity Parkland Sundays beginning at 10:00 AM. Worship will also be available as a video following the live worship. To participate in Holy Communion, please have bread and wine (or juice) for yourself and family.

Welcome 2024

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Ministries

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Facilities and Cemetery

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Early Learning Center

Early Learning Center

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SUMMER IN THE COURTYARD

VBS—August 19–23 CREATED TO BE

K–6th Grade  •  9AM–12PM

Registration from July 22–August 19 (day of)

For information, call or email church office

SUMMER IN THE COURTYARD

SUMMER IN THE COURTYARD

Wednesday, June 5 at 6:30 PM HOLDEN EVENING PRAYER

Join us as we, along with congregations around the world, welcome summer with the singing and saying of this beloved worship service.

Saturday, July 20, 1:00–3:00 PM CELEBRATE CREATIVITY

EXPERIENCE ART at Trinity: hands on, take away, and visual displays of pottery, origami, photography, paper arts, quilting, and yarning. This event is free and open to the public. Enjoy popcorn, watermelon, lemonade, and cotton candy as you delight in making art and interacting with Trinity's creators.

Tuesday, August 6 NATIONAL NIGHT OUT

Sunday, August 18 at 4:00 PM EVERGREEN BRASS LAWN CONCERT

Bring your favorite food and drink items to nosh on for a great afternoon of music in Trinity's courtyard.

Sunday, August 25 at 10:00 AM WORSHIP IN THE COURTYARD & PICNIC

Join us for our annual outdoor Sunday worship service followed by a church picnic.

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that Trinity Lutheran Church is on the traditional territory of the Nisqually, Puyallup, Squaxin Island, Steilacoom and Muckleshoot people who, prior to the Medicine Creek Treaty of 1854 which removed native people to clear way for colonial settlement, lived on and cared for this land nourished by what we now call Chambers Creek Watershed as their ancestral home. We send gratitude to these native people who continue to be stewards of the land and leaders for justice in our community today. Further, we commit to hearing the

stories and learning the history of our indigenous siblings, building right relationships and remaining faithful to our shared journeys toward truth and healing.*

*Language in the final sentence comes from A Declaration of the ELCA to American

Indian and Alaska Native People (2021). The full declaration is available on the Synod’s website: swwasynod.org