Who is my neighbor?
That's the question and theme for our 2020 Vacation Bible School @ Home, a copy of which has been mailed to each Trinity family household.
Your copy should arrive soon, and if not please email Carol Brady at
Your are invited to watch today's sermon, which features Godly Play materials
There are many ways to explore the Good Samaritan story during July. So, pick and choose from a variety of suggestions. Included in the mailing are: Bible story, skit, game, song, 3 activity crafts, suggestions for a story-related snack, origami paper, a stamped addressed envelope to send back to us some of what you make!
And if you want more ideas....
Wonder about the story together.
What did the Good Samaritan have to give up of his own to help the beaten man?
Who in your house or neighborhood needs help?
What might you have to give up in order to help them?
Love your Neighbor Jar
Talk to God together in prayer. Say one below or simply speak to God from your heart:
God, we know there are people who need our help,
even in the summertime. Help us to be good neighbors,
and to show your love to others. Amen.
Kind and loving God, I adore you! Teach me your ways.
Thank you for being there when I call out to you, and
for giving me comfort when I need it.
Help me be a comfort to others.
May I show kindness to everyone. Amen.
Copy these prayers to add to your Love Your Neighbor Jar, and to post on your refrigerator.
Let us end with our Post Communion Prayer:
Eternal God, send us now into the world in peace,
and grant us strength and courage
to love and serve you
with gladness and singleness of heart;
through Christ our Lord. Amen