Join us for Bethlehem Walk on Thursday, December 20th and Friday, December 21st from 5pm-8pm at Holy Trinity. Our guests travel back in time and meet the Jewish families who have been called back to Bethlehem for the census. You will experience the bustle of this tiny town, meet King Herod, the three Magi, and hear the glorious call of the angels who bring us tidings of great joy! Discover the simplicity and humble circumstances under which our Lord entered human history. This is a FREE family event and appropriate for all ages.
Parishioners of Holy Trinity! We need your help to present this wonderful gift to our community. Please check out all the areas in which help is needed and see if there is some place you want to join in the fun.
We are having some craft sessions to prepare the gifts we give our guests. No talent required. 4th graders on up are welcome: Sign Up
We are in need of bakers. No need to make anything fancy, but we need COOKIES and lots of them: Sign Up
We are in need of odds and ends refreshments for the booths that serve our guests treats along their journey: Sign Up
We are in need a folks who can help with the set up which starts on 12/19: Sign Up
Many hands make light work and the take-down is not for the faint-of-heart! Can you join us on 12/21? We have a blast, but it is hard physical labor: Sign Up
Do you have a pet-able bunny? One that is truly tolerant of lots of attention? Please contact Margi Loesel for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you had a baby since 8/15/18 or are you expecting a baby before 12/10/18? Perhaps you would enjoy the honor of being the Holy Family and allow your infant to be the Star of Bethlehem Walk. Costumes provided. Blankets and heat are provided. This is a short 45 minute commitment and you get a great parking space and you get to go to the front of the line after your shift 🙂 Please contact Margi Loesel for more details. email@example.com
Artwork can be made on a 11x8.5 sheet of paper. You may use a variety of media, such as watercolor, pen and ink, crayon, chalk, markers, etc. Keep in mind, pictures will be on public display, and should be easy to see. Each piece of artwork will be kept by Bethlehem Walk and not returned to the artist. Please include your name and age and we will put that on the piece for all to enjoy. Please drop your artwork off at the parish office up until Friday, December 14. For questions, contact Margi Loesel at firstname.lastname@example.org