TELC formed a Prayer Team in 2011. The purpose of the Prayer Team is to accept requests for prayer from people and to lift them up to God. We ask God to hear our prayers and to work His
will in all requests.
Kathy Holroyd is the contact person for the Prayer Team. Call her at 330-9335 and she will pray and pass the concern on to the ten other people on the Chain.
You may also submit a prayer request for this team by using one of the Prayer Cards in the pews and then placing it in the Prayer Chain box in the narthex.
Please know that all prayer concerns are kept confidential within the team.
Prayer is a vital link in our relationship with God. Please feel free to reach out to this ministry.
The Welcoming Team seeks to encourage sharing of one’s faith and reaching out to others inside of and outside of our congregation so all may know the love of Christ.
2017 saw 10 raised beds come to life producing delicious vegetables and beautiful flowers. The rains helped produce an abundance for the benefit of the surrounding community.
Much of this year’s abundance went to Cameron Community Ministries.
We are l always looking for new gardeners.
The Morning Glory Breakfast is held on the first Monday from September—May. It is a social group and is led by a number of different people.
All involved are encouraged to participate by bringing baked goods or fruit and to lead the
devotion if they are so inclined.
Flower City Work Camp operates on the strength and commitment of the churches and volunteers who give of their time and energy to serve our City and enable teens to also serve God in practical ways. Site,
Sidewalk and Sports Camp Leaders are at the heart of what Work Camp does, as they lead and mentor the
participating teens and serve as a Godly example to the homes and neighborhoods in which they serve.
TELC (both youth and adult) have participated in this program for many years.
God’s Work—Our Hands
A Day of Service for all ELCA congregations across the country.
Little Dresses For Africa /Crafty Disciples started working together 5 years ago meeting periodically to sew Little Dresses for Africa through Lutheran World Relief. In the beginning only 4 or 5 women were involved. Since the fall of 2017 we have been meeting the 3rd Saturday of every month and as you can see we have expanded in not only the amount of women in attendance and what we are able to accomplish. The Little Dresses project continues but also we have added the projects of creating bears to be given by Frontier Pioneers to each child upon their admittance to Golisano Children's Hospital and also a group of women who love to quilt have joined us to make quilts, blankets and lap robes to be donated locally to Hospice Homes and Veteran's residences.
When you or someone you know is hurting “Bear one another’s burden . . . And so fulfill the law of Christ, which is love.” Galatians 6:2
Distinctively Christian Caring
Our congregation has been involved in Stephen Ministry since 1998 when three people went to Leadership Training. The first group of Stephen Ministers were commissioned in 1999. Through these years 30 members have been trained to be Stephen Ministers.
What is Stephen Ministry?
A one-to-one caring ministry through which one Christian reaches out to another in time of need.
Needs & Opportunities for Stephen Ministry Stephen Ministers care for:
people currently or recently hospitalized
individuals and families of those facing serious or terminal illness
those grieving a death or serious loss
those suffering from depression or loneliness
the homebound or institutionalized
prisoners, ex-offenders, and their families
those experiencing a job loss or some business or financial crisis
those with disabilities and their families
people who are new to the community or those in process of leaving town
Our mission at Trinity Emmanuel is to serve and create fellowship at all levels, including coffee hours and related functions.
Five Coffee Hours,
Maundy Thursday Luncheon
Set up and clean up for Church Picnic
Decorating Church for Christmas and taking down the decorations after Christmas
Putting together Christmas boxes for children all over the world is so gratifying for the giver and the receiver. Trinity Emmanuel donated 68 boxes last year to Samaritan's Purse for
We look forward to the same participation this year. God will bless us all. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
To Provide a recreational program for about 50 developmentally disabled adults from several group homes in our area.
To continue to bring the word of our Lord to current and future SEEDS participants as well as provide an evening of fun, fellowship and socialization for develop-mentally disabled individuals.
Clumping Litter and Non-clumping Litter
Canned Cat Food/ Royal Canine Kitten Food (wet or dry)
Gerber 2nd Meat Chicken and Chicken Gravy baby Food
Small animal bedding (pine shavings only)
Rabbit and Guinea Pig Food
Dawn Blue Dish Soap
Cat Beds / Small Dog Beds
Rescue Treasure does have an amazon wish list—visit their webpage
TELC SUPPORTS THE FOOD CUPBOARD at St. Theodore's Church on Spencerport Road, which supports the needs of those in the 14606 & 14624 zip codes. They are receiving new clients each week and an influx of senior citizens. Current needs are for: jellies, canned soups, canned meats (ham, spam, beef stew, tuna, chicken), crackers, rice-a-roni, vegetables, fruit (esp. pineapple), and toilet tissue at this time. Non-perishable products may be placed on fellowship hall cart or in lounge basket.
Mark your calendars for
The International Gift Sale
brought to you by
SERRV International Fair Trade Gift Shop
And The Welcoming Team
Christmas shopping in October???!!!! Why not!!!
WHEN: Saturday, October 12, 2019
TIME: 9:30 am to 2:30 pm
WHERE: Trinity Emmanuel Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall.
If you are looking for that unique Christmas, birthday, or anytime gift, you must stop by and see these hand-made fair trade gifts created by artisans from around the world! Find jewelry, wood creations, crosses, kitchen items, cookbooks, textiles, chocolates, ornaments, nativities, and much more. You will not find items like these at the mall! And you will help to support artisans from many countries in Central and South America, Africa, and Asia.
For information and to volunteer:
In October Christian Outreach will be collecting twin size blankets for Open Door Mission’s women and children’s center on Coldwater Road.