Summer have you thinking about a triathlon? Our second annual Trinity Terrace Triathlon is Saturday, August 4. The event is a sprint distance: 500 meter swim, 12 mile bike, and 3 mile run. We use the church as our base of operations, which means your fans get to see all of your swim and your transitions.
This year we are adding the option of 4 teams. If you want to do just part of a triathlon, contact Donna Hartzell (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let her know. We’ll add people to the teams on a first-come, first-served basis.
Speaking of first-come first-served, there are only 50 spots total for the triathlon. Sign up now (no fee, except the cost of a t-shirt if you want one; price TBD) and make sure you are training!
Join GPMC members and friends for a summer tradition: Tuesday Carillon concerts. After the 6:30 – 7:15 p.m. concert, attendees are welcome to tour our bell tower and see how our guest artists play the 48 bells in the tower.
Families of all ages are invited to a weekend of fun and fellowship. The camp offers something for everyone! Don’t miss out on this awesome experience. Contact Lisa Turner for more information at email@example.com.
Local artists are invited to join us for a celebration of the arts on May 12-13. The Saturday workshop, 10 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., is for artists of all ages, although children under 8 should have a parent accompany them. $25 covers the cost of lunch and supplies as participants collaboratively create banners for worship at GPMC. On Sunday, Lisle will live-paint during worship and we will celebrate our new banners.
One of our high school seniors is collecting used bikes that are in good condition for refugee children. Members and friends can bring their bikes and extra helmets and locks to the Trinity Terrace garage on Sunday, April 22 between 9 and 11:30 am.
Members of the community are invited to come hear former Channel 4 News weatherman and radio personality Chuck Gaidica. He will be speaking at the annual end-of-year brunch hosted by the Ecumenical Men’s Breakfast. The cost is $10 per person and you can RSVP to Grosse Pointe Memorial Church: (313) 882 5330.
Please join us for a special conversation, the second in a series, about the journey we are making together and using our past to improve our future. Three prominent leaders in different fields will look at the conditions that led to the 1942 and 1967 conflagrations, the response to these events and where Detroit finds itself now. This free event is open to the public. We encourage you to register at http://www.warmemorial.org/diversity.