Christmas in July
Thursday, July 25
Summer fun for the whole family with a twist! Wear your bathing suits and bring towels.
We will be “sledding” and tossing “snowballs!” “Winter” treats will be served.
Back to School Supply Drive
We are collecting early donations of new backpacks and school supplies for local children in need.
Your donations will bring many smiles and help support the Zomi children, People’s Resource Center
and Catholic Charities. A list of needed supplies is available at the Welcome Desk.
Please bring your contributions to the Rotunda by July 26. Thank you for your generosity.
Questions? Contact Alisa Maloney
Now enrolling for Fall 2019
School Year Dates:
Wednesday, October 9 / Friday, October 11
through Wednesday, April 29 / Friday, May 1
Morning Session: Fridays, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Afternoon Session: Wednesdays, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Children must be enrolled in a morning or afternoon kindergarten class.
For more information or
Summer Sunday Socials
July 7, 14, 21, 28
Join Pastor Kellen and Sarah Smith for dinner and fellowship at their home in Wheaton during the month of July.
The Smiths can accommodate up to 30 people for each of the four socials. Food and drinks will be provided.
Sign up online here
while space is available.
Community Art Gallery Highlighting the artistic creations of members of
First Presbyterian Church and local artists.
Trinity Mission Art - Inspirational Pieces
by Fred Rosen
June 14 – August 2
On the Link
Four years ago Trinity Mission Art was founded for the purpose of creating inspirational
metal art and generating funds for charitable missions. "God has plans for you" is one of Fred’s
favorite plaques. Throughout Fred’s life at amazing times he has felt the hand of God saving and
guiding him. Buying a plasma cutter, setting up a new shop, and making inspirational pieces is
one of those times. He is doing what he is supposed to be doing, hopefully reaching a person
in need, encouraging someone when they're down, maybe giving them a boost when they need it,
with a creative visual reminder. Fred found that his work "speaks to a need or a feeling” that
is important to a certain buyer. Many times he will know that he is making a piece just for that
person, even though at the time he doesn’t know who that is.