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Here’s a really nice obituary for our fallen pastor, Dr William Moore.  We members/attenders of Trinity will miss him tremendously.

http://www.hometownlife.com/article/20110224/NEWS03/102240596/Pastor-remembered-8216-gifted-teacher-?odyssey=mod|newswell|text|Canton|s

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I was privileged today to see Trinity Church’s monthly Food Pantry outreach in action today.  What a touching experience.  I attend Trinity, have written about this event and have followed it somewhat distantly.  But today was my first time actually seeing it.

If there is a way in which Trinity and her people show God’s love it’s through this outreach.  The church, partnered with Gleaners Food Bank, has been distributing about 300 or so food baskets one Saturday per month.  Estimates are that about 1,000 people are fed for one week by the food baskets.

What is really great is that families are invited into the church for hot food served at their table.  It was bitter-sweet to see the place packed and all the tables filled.  It’s awful that so many in our community need that kind of help, but it was great to see that they are getting the help.

Trinity, which is located at Gotfredson and Ann Arbor Road, will continue this outreach on a monthly basis.  If you have questions about it feel free to call  734-459-9557.  Look for posting in Detroit Craigslist or check this blog for information.  I will try to remember to keep up-to-date on that ministry.

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I do not yet have the details but I wanted to put out the word early to keep your eyes open for information about this event. It was announced that there will be a food give-away again on February 14 — Valentine’s Day.

I assume it will be similar to the event this past Saturday. When details are made available, I’ll post them.

Saturday’s mobile food pantry gave food baskets to 187 families. Not bad.

By the way, I’ve written about these events several times over the last few months. I just want to let you know, I’m not promoting the church (although it is a wonderful place to worship.) I’m promoting the events because I’d like to see as many needy families as possible get the help they could use in these hard times. Please spread the word to those that could benefit.

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As I indicated in an earlier post, Trinity Presbyterian Church has partnered again with Gleaners Food Bank to purchase and distribute a truck load of food items to needy families.  The next food give-away will be on January 17 at Trinity Church.

The church is on the northeast corner of Gotfredson & Ann Arbor Roads.  The address is 10101 Ann Arbor Rd W, Plymouth, MI.  Here’s a map for your convenience.


As I understand it, due to overwhelming demand and extremely high volume of calls prior to the last food pantry event, Trinity Church has set up the food give-away to be done by reservation.

To receive food you must pre-arrange pick-up!  The Church has asked that needy individuals call to make reservations at the following number, dates and times:

Phone — 734.459.9550

Dates — January 13, 14 & 15

Times — 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

A warm lunch will also be served inside the Church on that day.  As I understand it, any and all are welcome to have lunch.

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I’VE NOTICED THIS POST STILL GETS HITS EVEN THOUGH THE EVENT IS NEARLY A MONTH PAST.  IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE WITH FOOD, OR KNOW A FAMILY IN NEED, CALL TRINITY CHURCH AT (734) 459-9550.  AS OF SUNDAY, THE CHURCH HAD FOOD BASKETS AVAILABLE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES.

Gleaners Food Bank and Trinity Church have partnered to distribute food to needy families in our area.  Here are the details about the distribution:

WHEN — Saturday, November 8, 2008

WHERE — KMart parking lot, Ann Arbor Road and Haggerty Road

WHO —  If you or your family need food, you qualify

HOW — Call Trinity Church (734.459.9550), Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to reserve a pick-up time.  Arrive at the K Mart parking lot at your designated time to pick up food.  The receptionist who schedules your pick-up time does not have information regarding the specific food to be distributed that day.

If you are not in need but know a person or family that is, please pass along this information to him/them.

Thanks.

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