Thank you! To all who consistently support our church and ministries through your time, talent, and treasure. Please help us grow by inviting your friends and family to worship and events. You are what makes Holy Trinity a wonderful church family!
Stay in touch! Please visit our church website, www.htlcredbank.org for updates and information. You can also find us on Facebook and view services online. The office is open
from 9am to 2pm, Monday to Thursday.
Lent Study 2024 This year’s Lent study supper is being hosted at St. Thomas Episcopal church. The leaders will be presenting the ELCA World Hunger Study for 2024.
The church is located at 26 Sunset Ave, Red Bank. Attendees are asked to bring a dinner item to share. The study will be held on Tuesdays 6:00PM-7:30PM
The dates included are 2/20, 2/27, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19.
YOUNG ADULTS DWELLING-IN-THE-WORD
Join us! In this small group we reflect on the prior Sunday's Gospel text, discuss any details interesting to those at the table, and consider how the reading matters today in our lives or how it might not. (Older teens and those in their 20's and 30's will be comfortable in this group.)
Questions? Ask Casey Hochheiser, Alexandra Mack, Joe McKenna, or Elaine Bradford (brings the keys). Zoom option available.
When & Where: 8am. March 2nd and 16th and 30th and following alternate Saturdays: Please ask a participant about specific dates...scheduling is flexible. In the Sunday School Bldg. (enter from parking lot).
Sunday School Spring 2024
March: 3 & 24* *Palm Sunday & Easter Egg Hunt!
April: 14 & 28
May: 5 & 19
June: 2 & 16
WELCA is collecting food items for Easter Dinners for NJ Lutheran Social Ministries. Please consider donating: boxed potatoes (au gratin, scalloped, or mashed), canned vegetables and fruit, mac & cheese, corn bread & muffin mixes, applesauce (in unbreakable containers), cake mix & frosting. A collection bin is located at the side entrance. We will collect until March 3.
Please join us for WELCA General Meeting & Craft Night on Thursday, February 29 at 6:30 pm in Holy Trinity Fellowship Hall. After discussing business, we will make pop-up flower cards as outreach to members who are unable to attend church. Questions? Contact Ann Bomberger.
Cakes for Camp Fundraiser The Evangelism Committee is partnering with Nothing Bundt Cakes to raise funds for the Holy Trinity Camp Cross Roads Day Camp. Bundtlet Vouchers are six dollars ($6) each and entitle you to a personal bundt cake. The voucher is good for one year at the Shrewsbury location, so please consider buying several! Give them to family, friends, or community for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduations, birthdays, or another special occasion. Any contribution to the faithful nurturing of our youth would be greatly appreciated. All paid orders must be returned to us and payments must be received by March 14, 2024. See the order sheet in the red book!
Bowling March 10th Middletown Harmony Bowl, 1815 NJ 35, Middletown, NJ 2:00PM This old-fashioned location is an absolute hidden gem. The inside is clean and tidy, the employees are polite and welcoming, and the snack bar is fully stocked with tasty food and drink options. Each lane has tables so that you can sit and eat without leaving the game. This alley provides plenty of room for walking around and talking with everyone. The cost per game is $5.00 and a pair of bowling shoes is $4.00 (you must wear bowling shoes). Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
TRIVIA NIGHT 2024
Due to popular demand, Trivia Night will be held on March 23 at 5p.m. Mark your calendar and save the date for this fun evening! The theme is International Flavors, and we ask you to bring your favorite ethnic dish for pot luck. We will have a gift auction again with many prizes and tantalizing trivia questions. Friends and relatives are welcome. A Sign-Up sheet will be passed for you to register.
Drive-through communion is suspended. Please call the office if you would like to arrange for Drive-through communion.
Choir! All are welcome to make music with us Sunday mornings at 9:30AM!
Quilting-Quilters need gently used flat bed sheets. Any size. Please leave in quilters closet in Fellowship Hall.
Weekly Wednesday 9:30-12:00 PM Bring a lunch for fellowship after quilting.
The Social Ministry Year-round collections of food for Lunch Break will continue. We will also ask for adult Men's socks for the Red Bank Warming Center on an ongoing basis. Thanks
Coffee Hour! Please join us downstairs for coffee, a snack and fellowship immediately following the service. Consider signing up to be a host in the Red Book. All are welcome!
Pastoral Care and Prayer... We are here to care for and pray! Please contact the office to add or adjust prayer requests. If you or someone you know needs pastoral care, please contact the office and Pastor Mack!
It's Never Too Late!!! to register for online giving through the eGiving Vanco website. Simply snap the QR code with your phone to set up an account. We appreciate and need your support. You can schedule your weekly offering, or simply use it for specific donations for things like the Flowers, Endowment, Social Ministry, and yes, even Quilting!! It’s fast, easy and best of all safe!
THANK YOU for supporting and sustaining our church and ministries! All are welcome here! Please invite your family and friends to worship with us! Find us online at www.htlcredbank.org
Support the Holy Trinity Lenten Challenge
Lenten Challenge Status
Results to Date (Original Goal)
Giving from Congregation
Total Funds Raised
We have reached 99% of the original Lenten Challenge Goal by the First Sunday in Lent! Thank you so much for your generosity. We want to continue to collect funds until the original end date of the Challenge, Easter Sunday 2024. So, we’re setting a new goal of an additional $5,000 by Easter. We believe we can make this more ambitious goal as well, with your continued support.
You can donate in the following ways:
Thrivent Seminar February 25th, 2024
Will Your Taxes Affect Your Retirement?
Strategies to help you work toward a lower tax
bracket in retirement
When you retire, you leave behind many things— the daily grind, the commute
to work, and maybe even your previous home. However, one thing that will
always remain is a tax bill. When you understand how investments are taxed
and set strategies accordingly, you can make decisions that help keep income
taxes in check.
• How to be tax-efficient in your current bracket.
• How Social Security is taxed.
• Ways to create tax-free retirement income.